Does competition between hospitals improve clinical quality?: a review of evidence from two eras of competition in the English NHS
AbstractGwyn Bevan and Matthew Skellern review evidence on the effects of hospital competition on quality of care within the English NHS and question whether they support government proposals to extend competition.
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Date of creation: 2011
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Publication status: Published in BMJ (2011) v.343, p.-
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