Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell
Stephen is Chair of Public Policy Projects and Board Member of LaingBuisson, the healthcare market intelligence company. Stephen was Chair of the NHS Confederation between November 2015-2019. Stephen was a Member of Parliament from 1979 to 2015 and a member of the government from 1987 to 1997. He was a member of the Cabinet as Secretary of State for the National Heritage from 1994 to 1995 and Secretary of State for Health from 1995 to 1997. Between 2010 and 2014, Stephen was the first elected chair of the House of Commons Health Committee, developing the role of the Committee as an authoritative cross-party voice on health and care policy.
Articles by Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell
HealthAugust 31, 2021
PPP calls for local government and social care to be placed on equal footing to NHS
With the first sitting of the Public Bill Committee for the government's Health and Care Bill scheduled on the 7 September, Public Policy Projects (PPP) has launched its State of the Nation Integrated Care report: Practical action for effective integrated care systems.
June 15, 2021
Are we up for the challenge of the STPs?
Sustainability and transformation plans (STPs) have been all NHS and council leaders can talk about in recent months. But do they have what it takes to truly transform the health and social care system, and are organisations up for the challenge?
Community healthJune 15, 2021
The crown estate of health and care
Along with optimising land usage and promoting co-location, a radical new report makes the case for rationalising all local NHS estate into one body. NHE’s Luana Salles reports.
AcuteJune 15, 2021
NHS Confederation: The reset year
NHE’s David Stevenson, Luana Salles and Rosemary Collins look back at the key points from this year’s NHS Confederation Annual Conference & Exhibition. There was an air of uncertainty and trepidation at this year’s NHS Confederation Annual Conference & Exhibition, which was held at Manchester Central from 15-17 June.

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