5 edition of Management Arrangements for the Reorganized National Health Service found in the catalog.
Management Arrangements for the Reorganized National Health Service
Dept.of Health & Social Security
September 1972 by Stationery Office Books .
Written in English
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A group chaired by then Permanent Secretary Sir Phillip Rogers produced the Management arrangements for the reorganised National Health Service report, which detailed management roles and responsibilities. Senior management teams would be multidisciplinary and would make decisions that had to be agreed by all members (consensus management).
The report rejected the idea of introducing a chief executive role. Management arrangements for the reorganised National Health Service (‘The Grey Book’) was published and ushered in ‘consensus management’ A group chaired by the then Permanent Secretary, Sir Phillip Rogers, produced the Management arrangements for the reorganised National Health Service report, which detailed management roles and responsibilities.
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Get this from a library. Management arrangements for the reorganized National Health Service in Wales. [Great Britain. Welsh Office.]. Background to today's National Health Service --Health services before --a brief history --Creation of the National Health Service --Early problems --Preparing for the first reorganization --The new arrangements --Introduction of 'general management' --Working for Patients and Caring for People --The Health of the Nation --The changes in practice --The new NHS --Central government and.
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