Place-based health: why local accountability would lead to better quality and outcomes

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 24 Number 2 (2016)

Place-based health: why local accountability would lead to better quality and outcomes
Jessica Studdert, pages -

Abstract

The NHS is one of our most treasured national institutions. But it is nearly broken. Only localism and the integration of clinical medicine, public health and social care can update Bevan’s settlement for the twenty-first century.

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Jessica Studdert (2016) Place-based health: why local accountability would lead to better quality and outcomes, Renewal, 24(2), -

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