Audit Commission considers quality and patient's view as well as efficiency

Kieran Walshe's thought-provoking piece on the NHS Executive consultation paper on quality (Open Space, pages 18-19, 9 July) states that 'the establishment of the Commission for Health Improvement can also be seen as an implicit criticism of the Audit Commission for failing to tackle issues of clinical performance and sticking ...

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