Professional roles and the commercialization of hospital services: A case study of medical laboratory scientists

@inproceedings{Wallbank1998ProfessionalRA,
  title={Professional roles and the commercialization of hospital services: A case study of medical laboratory scientists},
  author={Derek James Wallbank},
  year={1998}
}
In the last twenty years, the NHS has been undergoing great changes. There have been moves towards what may be termed, the commercialization of the service, originating from the general management movement of the Griffith's Report (1983), privatisation moves and the more recent 'internal market reforms of the NHS and Community Care Act (1990). The implementation of these changes has pervaded all parts of the NHS, challenging the work of professional groups, as they work within a constantly… CONTINUE READING

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