Innovation yields improvements

Darzi's review NHS High Quality Care for All makes a number of courageous policy propositions that are associated with service improvements. What may be exercising some minds in the NHS is just how to make this a reality? There are no quick fixes to this challenge. Bevan et al (2008) however, note that on its own, across-the-board formal instruction in quality improvements and change management methods are not capable of delivering the results required to make change a reality.

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