Managed competition in health care
AbstractIn December 2002, the Commission released the proceedings of its August 2002 workshop on Managed Competition. The workshop was organised to provide an opportunity for a more detailed discussion by a group of leading health policy analysts of the proposal by Dr Richard Scotton of a ‘managed competition’ model for Australia. Across a number of countries ‘managed competition’ is being touted as the answer to the weaknesses in their health care systems.
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