Flawed data? Why NHS spending on the independent sector may actually be much more than 7%

David Rowland | October 1, 2019 | Blog


Flawed data? Why NHS spending on the independent sector may actually be much more than 7%

In this piece for LSE Politics & Policy, David explains how flaws in the presentation of data on NHS expenditure prevent policymakers from having a clear understanding of where money within the system is going.

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