The NHS – from stalled bureaucracy to ‘Era 3’

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 28 Number 3 (2020)

The NHS – from stalled bureaucracy to ‘Era 3’
Steve Iliffe, Richard Bourne pages -


Central planning of services failed to modernise the NHS, but market mechanisms are failing too. A systemic shift is approaching. As the NHS enters the third era of its history, we have the chance to embed a new set of operational principles.

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