Breadcrumb Home Multimedia Anna Dixon: can competition and integration co-exist in a reformed NHS? This content relates to the following topics: Competition, markets and choice Integrated care Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Dr Anna Dixon responds to Sonia Brown's presentation on economic and competition regulation, and considers whether competition and integration can co-exist in the NHS.This recording is from the 2011 conference: Commissioning for integrated care.Related contentVideoPaul Burstow MP: commissioning for integrated care - realising the visionPaul Burstow MP, Minister for Care Services, opened our commissioning event with his vision for overcoming the current barriers to integration.AudioSonia Brown: how economic and competition regulation can promote integration of servicesSonia Brown discusses the focus Monitor will have on integrated care and outlines where the regulator will be able to add value.SlideshowJudith Smith and Chris Ham: what role for clinical commissioning groups?Judith Smith and Chris Ham share the findings of their research into integrated care at our 2011 commissioning event.SlideshowRobert Varnam: Future Forum updateDr Robert Varnam, Joint Lead, NHS Future Forum, gives us an update on the feedback the Future Forum has gathered around integrated care. Comments Add your comment Your name Email (your email will not be made public) Your job/role Organisation Comment Post comment You may also be interested in Article The NHS is more fragmented than ever Chris Ham looks at the impact of the coalition government's NHS reforms in a comment article for The Independent. Slideshow Catherine Pollard and Amy Caldwell-Nichols: integrating care and preventing anti-competitive behaviour Catherine Pollard and Amy Caldwell-Nichols talk about Monitor's new duties and responsibilities, the regulator's research into integrated care and the role of choice and competition in health care. Blog The Health and Social Care Act: what next for the NHS? How does the Health and Social Care Act differ from Lansley's original plans? And what challenges will the NHS face now as the Act is implemented? Blog Don't oversimplify the debate on NHS reform Chris Ham puts forward the argument that the complexity and importance of the issues at stake cannot be reduced to the simple question, are you for or against the Bill?