Confusing signals

December 1996
Public Finance;12/13/96, p10
Trade Publication
Analyzes the health policy of the Labour Party. Confusion over signing formal contracts with trusts or making informal agreements; Plan of the Labour Party to develop purchasing from health authorities; Remarks of the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) on the promise of the Labour to make savings through its proposed reform. INSETS: Honesty is still the best policy.;Ten unanswered questions in Labour's health policy..


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