Chairman's Column

Blanchflower, David
September 2009
Management Services;Autumn2009, Vol. 53 Issue 3, p4
Academic Journal
The author comments on the introduction of a National Health Service (NHS) Productivity Unit in Great Britain. He explains the objective of the NHS Productivity Unit. He considers the possible debt of Great Britain in 2010. He speculates on the application and effectiveness of the Productivity Unit.


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