Garry9028
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im doing my business coursework which i need to identify a organisatinos stakeholders, but im doing NHS and cant find anything.

who are nhs's stakeholders?
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Stakeholders count for anyone with an interest in the business so...

Employees
Patients
I’d say the government
Suppliers (pharmacists/machine manufacturers etc)
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Indirectly, I would say the UK taxpayers.
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There is a difference between SHAREholders and STAKEholders.

Share holders - An individual/party who owns part of the organisation, so for the NHS that would most likely be the Government as it is a public service.

Stakeholders - Anyone who has an interest in the business, this can be employees, local community, Local/Wider Government, Customers (In this case patients), Suppliers e.g. drug companies.

Hope this helped!
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