The NHS according to those who work in it Are alarm bells ringing yet in Richmond House?

Health ministers set great store by what they call evidence-based policy-making. Anxious not to repeat the mistakes of their Conservative predecessors, they make much of their laudable efforts to consult and evaluate: witness, for example, the comprehensive studies of the primary care pilot schemes (see pages 12-13). Not for them ...

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