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Alternative Providers of Primary Care in the English National Health Service: A study of commissioning, organisation and operation. Final Project Report

@inproceedings{Coleman2011AlternativePO,
  title={Alternative Providers of Primary Care in the English National Health Service: A study of commissioning, organisation and operation. Final Project Report},
  author={Anna Coleman and Imelda McDermott and Kath Checkland and Stephen C. Harrison},
  year={2011}
}
The limits of market-based reforms in the NHS: the case of alternative providers in primary care
TLDR
The research suggests that, if this is to happen, a debate is needed about the operation of a market in primary care provision, including the trade-offs between transparent processes, fair procurement, performance assurance and cost. Expand
Impact of initiatives to improve access to, and choice of, primary and urgent care in the England: a systematic review.
TLDR
New services generated a more complex system where new and existing providers delivered overlapping services and the new provision did not induce substitution and was likely to have increased overall demand, suggesting initiatives to improve access and convenience at lower marginal costs than developing new forms of provision. Expand

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