NHS Organograms – the old vs. the new

The poor Datagoat has been rather neglected of late, but I have a nice juicy organogram to cheer us all up.  I am working on some other bits and pieces too, but this was too delicious not to share.

The Westminster Blog has published these fabbie organograms showing how the structure of the NHS is changing.  Click on the smaller images in the blog and they will take you to larger, clearer images.

The Westminster Blog

A yummy organogram

What to do with this data

The diagrams speak for themselves which is why I love them so much.  They are very useful for conveying to people some of the enormous complexity of how things are changing.

I have printed them out and stuck them on the wall of the datagoat’s pen so I can admire them during the day, and I recommend that you do the same.*

*They have actually missed out Local HealthWatches, so you will need to draw those on with a crayon.

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