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The politics of healthcare

Healthcare is already one of the key battlefields in May’s general election, with each of the main parties committing to deliver improvements to the NHS and public health.

While these policies will help to shape the NHS, they will also have ramifications for employers, affecting everything from the management of sickness absence through to the design of healthcare products and wellbeing initiatives offered to employees.

With their manifestos scheduled to be published this week, Jelf Employee Benefits has reviewed the key points from the three main parties’ health policies. Download the white paper now.

If you’d like to discuss how these or any of the other parties’ policies will affect your employee benefits strategy, Jelf Employee Benefits would be delighted to help.

Whichever party wins in May, Jelf Employee Benefits will keep you updated on the latest developments in healthcare that affect your business, both within the NHS and across the employee benefits market.

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