Four countries’ pulses beat to different tunes

Four countries’ pulses beat to different tunes

The devolved nations of the NHS are showing striking contrasts in productivity and performance, with Scotland’s policy paths in particular appearing to have led its services into a much less healthy state than England’s. Alison Moore reports

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