NHS funding is finite so spend with care

Wild, Sarah
March 2013
Independent Nurse;3/4/2013, p13
The author discusses government's overall ambition which is for three million people to benefit from teieheaith by 2017 and states that patients prefer face-to-face contact with real, live health professionals.


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