The ‘Making prudent healthcare happen’ resource has been designed to explain some of the key concepts behind prudent healthcare. It captures perspectives of those working in or using health and social care services in Wales about what prudent healthcare means to them and its potential for Wales.
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The Welsh Government is grateful to all the contributors to Making Prudent Healthcare Happen, however, the contents of this website reflect the opinions and approaches of the individual authors and are not indicative of current or future Welsh Government policy.
There have been several different expressions of the principles of Prudent Healthcare since it was launched in January 2014. Some of the articles on this website reflect previous formulations of the principles, however the broad emphases of all the principles are very similar and the articles provide valuable viewpoints and suggestions for Making prudent healthcare happen.
That definitely does not meet prudent healthcare requirements. Why on earth is co-proxamol still circulating? twitter.com/sarahwollaston…
Pretty staggering NHS is still spending £8.5m/yr on co-proxamol given the UK licence was withdrawn in 2007 as it's a dangerous drug— Sarah Wollaston MP (@sarahwollaston) March 28, 2017