The doctor-manager relationship: a behavioural barrier to effective health care?

Benton, S. and Taylor, H. 2008. The doctor-manager relationship: a behavioural barrier to effective health care? in: Bos, L., Blobel, B., Marsh, A.J. and Carroll, D. (ed.) Medical and care compunetics 5 Amsterdam ; Oxford IOS Press.

Chapter titleThe doctor-manager relationship: a behavioural barrier to effective health care?
AuthorsBenton, S. and Taylor, H.
EditorsBos, L., Blobel, B., Marsh, A.J. and Carroll, D.
Abstract

The National Health Service (NHS) is a huge and complex organisation. Within it, acute Hospital Trusts operate within a range of constructs determined by central Government. Organisational success is measured against rapidly changing frameworks of standards and targets. The Griffiths report signalled a perceived shift away from the professional autonomy of clinicians, towards general management systems. This resulted in tension between those responsible for delivering the Government's broader health agenda, and those driven by a desire to directly care for patients.

Book titleMedical and care compunetics 5
Year2008
PublisherIOS Press
Publication dates
Published2008
Place of publicationAmsterdam ; Oxford
SeriesStudies in health technology and informatics
ISBN9781586038687
Web address (URL)http://www.booksonline.iospress.nl/Content/View.aspx?piid=9207
Journal citation(137), pp. 225-240
EventICMCC Event 2008. Patient Empowerment: the Power of Information

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