Mapping choice in the NHS: cross sectional study of routinely collected data.

@article{Damiani2005MappingCI,
  title={Mapping choice in the NHS: cross sectional study of routinely collected data.},
  author={M. G. Damiani and Carol Propper and Jennifer Dixon},
  journal={BMJ},
  year={2005},
  volume={330 7486},
  pages={284}
}
OBJECTIVE To identify where in England there are likely to be most constraints on choice of hospital for patients waiting longer than six months for elective care. DESIGN Cross sectional study using routinely collected data. SETTING Population of England and NHS trusts and private sector hospitals in England. PARTICIPANTS All residents in England. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES Availability of beds (available and unoccupied hospital beds), demand (number of people waiting longer than six months… CONTINUE READING

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