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NHS England chief faces his biggest challenge | Denis Campbell

The changing face of government will test Simon Stevens’s delicate balancing act, keeping both the ‘NHS family’ and his new political masters happy Simon Stevens’s long honeymoon is finally coming to an end. NHS England’s chief executive has in his two and a half years in the job skilfully kept his own side, “the NHS family”, believing in both his vision for the future as the only answer to what some see as the service’s potentially existential problems and, crucially, his ability to deliver.
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