Let’s hear it for ‘good help’

26 September 2018

Christina Cornwell argues that budget allocations, delivery targets and outcome measures seldom reflect what is important to people. Prioritising system goals and productivity is what is needed

With the Autumn Budget soon upon us and a Spending Review just ahead, Government departments are under increasing pressure to safeguard their budgets and unlock their hold on public service spending. Few would argue that more money is not needed by the NHS or social care, education or justice.

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