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The financial crisis in the National Health Service: insufficient funding will derail transformation plans

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The financial crisis in the National Health Service: insufficient funding will derail transformation plans. / Street, A.D.

In: Radical Statistics, No. 115, 01.08.2016, p. 37-53.

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Street AD. The financial crisis in the National Health Service: insufficient funding will derail transformation plans. Radical Statistics. 2016 Aug 1;(115):37-53.

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