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Choose and Book: A critical appraisal of its early development

Index:

  1. Introduction and definition of "Booking"

  2. Historical context

  3. Aims and C ontents of the Choose and Book project

  4. Key findings of the National Audit Office report: Patient Choice at the Point of GP Referral, Jan 2005

  5. The strength and weakness of the original proposal

  6. Overall appraisal of the project

  7. References

References

  1. Department of Health,UK. " The NHS Plan: a plan for investments, a plan for reform", 1st July 2000.

  2. NHS Modernisation Agency, Department of Health,UK. " Choose and Book Full Business Case", 2nd September 2003.

  3. Department of Health,UK. " Building on the best: Choice, responsiveness and equity in the NHS" , 9th December 2003.

  4. Taylor R, Pringle M, Coupland C. Dr Foster and University of Nottingham. Commissioned by the Department of Health, UK. " Implications of offering patient choice for routine adult surgical referrals". 7th April 2004.

  5. NHS Modernisation Agency, Department of Health,UK. "Secondary care booking: towards a fully booked NHS" Aug 2004.

  6. Department of Health,UK. " Choose and Book – Patient’s Choice of Hospital and Booked Appointments", 23rd August 2004.

  7. Doctors.net.uk, for National Audit Office, Department of Health, UK. " Knowledge of the Choose and Book Programme among GPs in England". November 2004 (repeated on Sep 2005).

  8. National Audit Office,UK. " Patient Choice at the Point of GP Referral", 19th January 2005.

 

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