Mackey dares to ask: how good is good enough for the NHS?

Alastair McLellan

What choices must the NHS make in a period of financial restraint? That is the primary question facing the service in 2016 and the response to NHS Improvement chief executive Jim Mackey’s HSJ interview and following conference speech shows there is little consensus yet in how to handle this challenge.

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