Governing the New NHS: Issues and Tensions in Health Service by John Storey, John Bullivant and Andrew Corbett-Nolan has been published by Routledge.
According to the publishers, “the book makes sense of the new systems and will enable anyone interested in healthcare governance to navigate their way confidently through the maze. It describes, assesses and critiques the new governance arrangements. It examines how they are working in practice and how practitioners are responding. The book:
– explains current governance arrangements and explores related issues and tensions;
– discusses the roles and interrelationships of boards and effective board practice; and
– offers a range of practical tools and frameworks.
Each chapter is supplemented with expert witness statement written by leading practitioners in the health system. This practical book will be invaluable to all those interested in health governance, policy and management – whether academic, student or practitioner”
Healthcare Governance Review looks forward to reviewing the book in due course. In the meantime, the book will undoubtedly be a ‘must have’ for anyone interested in NHS governance and a paperback version is currently available for purchase on www.amazon.co.uk at £23.74 (click here).
Further information about the book can be obtained from the publishers, Routledge, here.