Nurses cautious about reforms to local services

July 2010
Practice Nurse;7/23/2010, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p6
Academic Journal
The article discusses the general practitioners (GP) commissioning program of the British National Heatlh Services (NHS). The program requires doctors and nurse to focus on improving health outcomes and the quality of care. Under the program, patients will be given more control over which GP practice they register with. British Health Secretary Andrew Lansley believes that it will empower patients' health and medical care decisions and will enable medical workers to tailor the right services for the patients.


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