The Health service administrator, innovator or catalyst?: selected papers from a King's Fund international seminar
King Edward's Hospital Fund for London, 1978 - Medical - 198 pages
Contents: Current health care scenes. Introduction of medical developments, choices of priorities for the community served and changes in configuration of services. The political process as it affects health and health services. Allocation, deployment and control of the uses of resources, including manpower. Appraisal of quality and effectiveness, including the handling of complaints.
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Current Health Care Scenes Leslie Paine
Introduction of Medical Developments
In New Zealand D N Ryan
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