Clinical guidelines in the independent health care sector

Fairfield, Gillian; Williams, Rhys
June 1996
BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);6/22/96, Vol. 312 Issue 7046, p1554
Academic Journal
Editorial. Comments on the importance of clinical guidelines for the independent health care sector in Great Britain and its implications for the work of the National Health Service. Percentage of private health care in Britain that is funded by insurance; Growth of managed care in the country; Definition of managed care; Operating process of managed care.


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