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Ward, Seamus
December 2006
Public Finance;12/1/2006, p20
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The article provides an overview of the payment by results system implemented by the government in Great Britain. This new system has been created to allow hospitals to focus on clinical priorities including cardiac services and surgery. The National Health Service is expecting for the outcome of the consultation document which is proposed to be published in January 2007 on its impact on financial stability.


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