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Management is going backwards

Simon Caulkin has written in Pity the NHS, managed by charlatans and flat-earthers: “Economist John Kay once remarked that in terms of scientific knowledge, management is about where medicine was in the mid-19th century. The history of the NHS is a graphic … Continue reading

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A better kind of change

While laboratories bog down in various quality initiatives, Simon Caulkin describes massive efficiency and outcome improvements that have been shown in a stroke unit.  He thinks savings of over 20% could be made on the wards. Was this acheived by … Continue reading

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