The critical factors for an efficient acute medical care unit

Patient on hospital bed

Three elements decide the efficiency of an acute medical care unit, and its success or failure. Paul Glynne and colleagues advise on what they are, and the difference the unit is making at University College London Hospitals Foundation Trust.

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