Friday, 11 February 2011

Competition, commissioning and the quality of healthcare: The evidence on Britain’s NHS reforms

Health reform is always a contentious issue and it is proving so in the UK. Britain’s coalition government is proposing significant healthcare reforms, which include promoting greater competition between providers and changing the way that care is commissioned. In this audio from Carol Propper of the Centre for Market and Public Organisation talks to Romesh Vaitilingam about the evidence for some of the claims and counterclaims about the likely impact of the reforms.

See also The Health Bill, the NHS and the facts by Carol Propper.

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