Dilemmas in UK Health Care
Open University, Jan 1, 2001 - Medical - 247 pages
Considering the major dilemmas arising from the funding, organising and delivering of health care in the UK, this text analyses the constraints on and opportunities for improving the nation's health.
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A note for the general reader
responding to economic constraints
Dilemmas in healthcare management
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