UK decentralises to modernise the health service
This article was originally published in Clinica
The UK government last week announced plans to decentralise the National Health Service (NHS) in a move billed as a second stage in the system's reform. Health secretary Alan Milburn made the announcement during the launch of the Modernisation Agency, first outlined in July 2000 in the national plan (see Clinica No 919, pp 1-2).
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