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Carter report

Dissecting the Carter Report – We Need A Programme Plan

So let’s continue with our detailed look at the Carter Report into NHS efficiency – or “Operational productivity and performance in English NHS acute hospitals: […]

Dissecting the Carter Report – Good Intentions, Some Naivety and Implementation Questions

So let’s start our more detailed look at the Carter Report into NHS efficiency – or “Operational productivity and performance in English NHS acute hospitals: […]

Carter Report on NHS Performance – Initial Reaction and Procurement in the Media Eye

The Carter report on efficiency in the National Health Service was issued last Friday and made the headlines. With the snappy title “Operational productivity and […]

The Carter Report on NHS Efficiency – Directionally Strong, Some Surprising Lack of Detail

So the Carter report on NHS efficiency was published last week, with coverage split between the price of toilet rolls (metaphorically and actually) and some […]