Breadcrumb Home Multimedia John Appleby: Competition in the NHS: good or bad (or something else)? This content relates to the following topics: Competition, markets and choice Governance and regulation Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Watch John Appleby's presentation, discussing the benefits and drawbacks of competition in the NHS at our recent press breakfast event.You can download the full transcript of John's presentation.More from this eventYou can also listen to the opening arguments from the other speakers at this event on competition:Catherine Davies, Executive Director of Co-operation and Competition, MonitorChris Hopson, Chief Executive of the Foundation Trust NetworkRelated contentAudioCatherine Davies: Will competition be a help or a hindrance? Catherine Davies, Executive Director of Co-operation and Competition, Monitor discusses competition, regulation and reconfiguration in the NHS. AudioChris Hopson: Will competition be a help or a hindrance? Chris Hopson, of the Foundation Trust Network, discusses competition competition, regulation and reconfiguration in the NHS. 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 Creating change from within Dr Tracey Batten, Chief Executive of Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, reflects on the challenges of working in two very different health care systems and tells us how she thinks we can reform the NHS from within. Completed project Dalton review Sir David Dalton's review on new options for providers of NHS care considered issues such as single leadership teams for networks of hospitals and services. Slideshow Chris Ham: reforming the NHS – lessons from the past and pointers to the future Chris Ham, Chief Executive of The King's Fund, gives an overview and summary of our new report, Reforming the NHS from within, drawing on evidence and examples from overseas to address the processes of reforming and improving the NHS. Report Reforming the NHS from within: Beyond hierarchy, inspection and markets Our paper argues for a fundamental shift in how the NHS is reformed, learning from what has worked (and what has not) in England and elsewhere.