PM wants GPs to promote NHS changes

December 2006
GP: General Practitioner;12/8/2006, p1
The article reports that British Prime Minister Tony Blair has urged general practitioners to support the changes proposed by the British NHS in medical care. Blair requested clinicians to promote major changes like patient choice, new suppliers and practice-based commissioning. He said that the successful implementation of health care reforms can prove the ability of the NHS to make changes work.


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