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Why evidence-based, patient-centred care is the key to cutting NHS costs

Now more than ever, the pressure is on for hospitals to make efficiency improvements, not only to help the NHS meet its cost savings target of £20bn by 2014-15 but also to adapt to changes in the way that tariffs are organised and to meet the challenges of the changing healthcare market, writes McKesson’s director of care management Matthew Hunt.

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