Health and Personal Social Service Statistics for England

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There were questions about capacity to implement any or all of the recommendations, the lack of an implementation blueprint, the absence of cost implications and the need for further consultation with key stakeholders. The insurance schemes are reimbursed according to a weighted average number of insured persons, calculated by age, distance of home from a health facility, and other criteria determined by the Ministry of Health.

Pages: 139

Publisher: Stationery Office (January 1994)

ISBN: 0113216750

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