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Totally plc aims to become a leading out of hospital healthcare service provider in the UK, helping to address some of the biggest challenges faced by the UK healthcare sector. By working to deliver preventative and responsive care through its subsidiaries across multiple disciplines, Totally's goal is to improve people's health, reduce healthcare reliance, re-admissions and emergency admissions. Totally, via its subsidiaries, operates within the UK's outsourced healthcare market, estimated to be worth in excess of £20bn per year for the NHS alone. Out of hospital services include care in the community, GP surgeries, patients' homes, prisons and other public sector organisations, places of work as well as mobile locations and urgent care solutions. The Company is currently engaged in delivering a progressive buy and build consolidation strategy within the UK's fragmented healthcare market and looks to further capitalise on the attractive opportunities that its disruptive, outcome-based, outsourced healthcare service model offers, to ultimately deliver value to shareholders as it continues to build critical mass.
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(Sharecast News) - London stocks were set to fall at the open on Wednesday amid fading hopes of a US stimulus deal and as figures showed the UK economy has fallen into recession for the first time in 11 years due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Boris Johnson has warned the UK has a "long, long way to go" before the economy improves, after official figures showed the largest drop in employment in over a decade. Between April and June, the number of people in work fell by 220,000.