Healthy Competition: Ten Case Studies for the UK NHS Debate (Reform)

Summary

This report looks at ten case studies of successful health reform. Each case study is taken to indicate how radical change to healthcare delivery can result in improved quality and productivity. These case studies are meant to inform the current UK NHS debate. Successful health reform is thought to have the potential to:

  1. Reduce costs through integration and competition.
  2. Reduce costs through standardisation of clinical practice.
  3. Improve patient safety through service reconfiguration
  4. Improve patient safety through better data.

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Reference

Cawston, T. Haldenby, A. [and] Seddon, N. (2012). Healthy competition. London: Reform, February 2012. 52p. ISBN: 9781905730667.

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