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Interviews reveal importance of financial-clinical partnership

Wednesday, 05 December 2012

 

Financial clinical partnerships.jpgInterviews with over twenty senior NHS leaders reveal the importance of financial-clinical partnerships to deliver the NHS’s unprecedented cost and quality improvement challenge.

They provide further evidence of the growing need for clinical and finance leaders to develop a shared understanding of their organisation’s ‘business’ and to work together towards shared organisational goals.

Click the link below to read our study based on these interviews.

Financial Clinical Partnerships Financial Clinical Partnerships (321.86 KB)