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> From: Accident and Emergency Academic List
> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of McCormick
> Simon Dr, Consultant, A&E
> Sent: 01 November 2005 13:21
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: Foundation trusts ,ED's & Cost Improvements
> Not necessarily Adrian. If I go out and live beyond my means
> then I am overspending, should I not have enough money to
> feed my children I am underfunded. Yes, I suppose everyone
> in the NHS is 'underfunded' but when you step out of an ED
> (which is usually very efficient) and go to other hospital
> departments one sometimes wonders at the lack of pace/inefficiency!
Or the knock ons of the way in which others work on the efficiency of
others and the hospital / trust as a whole ...
But equally you have the situation where you have departments serving
simialr kinds of areas but the larger, better staffed department is
objectively and subjectively less efficient
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