'Show the Government united front'

September 2001
Money Marketing;9/27/2001, p12
Reports that Val Gooding of British United Provident Association believes that the private medical insurance industry must present the British government with a united front to debate the role that providers could play in easing the burden on the National Health Service. Ways in which providers should approach the market; Shortcoming of the industry.


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