A more productive health service2009-10-30 12:16:00 UTC
The next in Reform's series of pre-election health conferences, "A more productive health service" will discuss the gains to better management within the NHS in terms of staff and capital. The role of incentives and transparency for securing patient choice and driving a health system that places greater emphasis on prevention, rather than treatment will also be examined.
The conference will be held on the morning of Tuesday 1 December. For further information please contact email@example.com.
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