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NHS changes 'lack cohesion'

22nd May 2008
A report by the Nuffield Trust has said that while quality of treatment has undergone significant improvement since 1997, reforms "lack cohesion".

"The quest for quality: refining the NHS reforms" report shows that waiting times have decreased and there are 22,000 less deaths from heart disease. However it says death rates from cancer and heart disease are still high in comparison to other countries.


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Article Information

Title: NHS changes 'lack cohesion'
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 6871
Date Added: 22nd May 2008

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