The conclusion considers the use of evidence in health reorganisation and what alternative options exist in place of the current healthcare reorganisation. It considers what it means to be concerned about evidence and health reorganisation, and restates the book’s central ideas and findings. It also offers some alternative principles for more successful healthcare reorganisation, and argues for increased involvement of research, evidence and expertise in future healthcare improvement.
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