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February 08, 2016


Colum McCaffery

There is little point in thinking about reform without sorting out the data and your piece underlines the need to do just that.

I accept that international evidence indicates that private medicine is less efficient than public but that should not place limits on the study of efficiency in public provision. I hasten to add that I'm not talking about the "administrator vs frontline" myth.

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