It's productivity, stupid

Niall Dickson

Niall Dickson reflects on the results of a survey by HSJ into what health care managers really think about government policy interventions.

Publication:  The Guardian
Reference:  The Guardian, Wednesday March 7, 2007

A predictable chorus of synthetic outrage greeted last week's revelation that NHS chief executives are fed up with the government.

The managers, it seems, do not like the health secretary, Patricia Hewitt, or reorganisations, or financial pressures. And, for reasons unknown, they do like Gordon Brown – or at least they prefer him to David Cameron.

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