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Professor Kath Checkland, from the University of Manchester's Institute of Population Health, met with a select committee in Parliament on 6 September to provide insight on the long-term sustainability of the NHS.

Talking with Sir Muir Gray, Kath responded to questions about the management of multi-morbidity and providing healthcare for the elderly, funding for CCGs, demand management and the integration of healthcare to benefit patients.

View the piece on parliamentlivetv here.

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