The commissioning reforms in the English National Health Service (NHS) and their potential impact on primary care

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Anna Dixon, Nick Goodwin, Felix Greaves, Matthew Harris
Reference:  doi: 10.1097/JAC.0b013e31823e838f

Reform of the National Health Service in England will increase power and responsibility for family doctors who will have a larger role in planning and buying health care, including control of substantial budgets. This article examines the likely implications of the proposed reforms for primary care, and in particularly for family doctors. It also considers the effect of the new clinical role in commissioning health care, changes to the accountability structures, and the effect on competition and integration within health services.

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