Analysis: How one NHS hospital is turning around a £13m deficit

November 2011
Operating Theatre Journal;Nov2011, Issue 254, p4
Academic Journal
The article offers the author's insight on the approach of the National Health Service (NHS) Leicester in Leicester, England to address the 13 million pounds of deficit. She states that hospital staff help to find ways to do their job efficiently. She discusses the developments and innovations made by the hospital including the time schedule of surgery and the Day of Surgery Admission area (DOSA). It adds that NHS managers prepare to invest 750,000 pounds in a programme for patient screening.


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