Video: NHS Confederation chief executive says not enough money to carry on doing the same

The NHS Confederation's chief executive Mike Farrar spoke at this year's conference in Manchester, warning there is not enough money to do what the NHS has 'always done'.

Mr Farrar speaks about how the BMA’s industrial action over pension changes has affected the mood of this year’s three-day conference in Manchester, which ended on Friday.

He also discusses the role of primary care in NHS reform and how clinical commissioning groups need to start thinking differently about how money is spent.

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