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Dalton Review Concerning Options for Providers of NHS Care (Department of Health / King’s Fund / KPMG / NHS Improvement)

Summary Sir David Dalton’s independent review of possible new options for providers of NHS care remains open for comments until the August 31st 2014. Full Text Link Reference Dalton Review 2014: new options for providers of NHS care. London [Online]: … Continue reading

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Centralisation of Stroke Care (BBC News / BMJ)

Summary Stroke care should be centralised in large specialist units. People suffering a stroke in London have been taken to one of eight 24-hour specialist stroke units since 2010 (rather than their nearest unit) with improved outcomes. Centralising stroke care … Continue reading

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