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Regionalisation is No Silver Bullet for NHS Diagnostic Pressures - but it Must Not Fail

06:00 EDT 14 Jun 2019 | EHEALTHNEWS.EU

Change HealthcareOpinion Article by Richard Turner, Executive Director, Change Healthcare
In the late 1990s, radiology was a very different place. Still analogue, departments relied on light boxes, and professionals performedmore specific site-based roles. At the time, I worked in the radiology department of a London hospital, and started a change programme with my hospital colleagues to shake up roles.

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