NHS facilities management : a prescription for change

@inproceedings{Payne1999NHSFM,
  title={NHS facilities management : a prescription for change},
  author={Trevor Payne and David F. Rees},
  year={1999}
}
The role of facilities management in the delivery of effective healthcare is linked to the recent growth of facilities management in the NHS in the UK. Research has shown the benefits which can be achieved by the introduction of integrated facilities management. The cultural changes, that are coming as a result of the 24-hour society in which we now live, bring new challenges and opportunities. The need to integrate in-house and outsourced deliveries into a seamless service is discussed as are… CONTINUE READING
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