volume 3, issue 5979, P384-386 1975
DOI: 10.1136/bmj.3.5979.384
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Abstract: that if beds were present they would be funded and credit was given for performance with the "cases." Nobody knew what the balance should be between the three factors of "population," "beds," and "cases," nor how quickly it would be possible to move to a "population"-only based formula with medical and social factors added. Eventually, in the financial year 1971-2 the Department of Health introduced the formula with a weighting system of 2:1:1 for "population," "beds," and "cases" respectively. In addition, it…

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