Competition and integration in health care reform

Reference:  URN:NBN:NL:UI:10-1-113106 / ijic2012-126

The pendulum law that shapes health policy swings back and forth between competition and integration in a regular but unpredictable motion. England is a case in point. The election of the Conservative/Liberal Democrat coalition government in 2010 led to a renewed interest in competition but recently this has been modified by recognition that integration also has a part to play in improving the performance of the NHS.

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