UK health regulator makes governance recommendations
Added: Wednesday 29 January 2014
The UK health service regulator Monitor has brought out new guidance on how NHS foundation trusts should be governed. Monitor recommends that trusts should get an external review of their Board every three years and that this review should be "robust" and "independent". Monitor is responsible for authorising foundation trusts in the UK.
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