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NHS trust may use Uber taxis to transfer non-emergency patients

Published on Monday 6th of March 2017 09:10:37 AM in Guardian

Uber taxis could soon be used to transfer non-emergency patients with illnesses ranging from cancer to dementia back and forth from NHS hospitals in a deal that could play a part in “cracking down” on bedblocking, according to the social care company behind it.The agreement with ...

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