Improving the Productivity of the English NHS – Centre for Health Economics Research Bulletin – January 2011

Posted on January 20, 2011. Filed under: Health Economics | Tags: |

Improving the Productivity of the English NHS – Centre for Health Economics Research Bulletin – January 2011

“The NHS is required to make efficiency savings of £5bn a year, to be re-invested in front-line services. Reductions in the variation of productivity across England would go some way to achieving the government’s ambition. Let’s see why.”  …continues on the site

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