Gibbons, Stephen (2012) Competition between NHS hospitals produces positive incentives. However, introducing private hospital competition can have adverse effects. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.
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Steve Gibbons argues that the evidence indicates positive results when introducing competition between NHS hospitals, in terms of improving overall efficiency and increasing choice for consumers at lower costs. However, the results are less positive when private hospitals are allowed to compete with NHS providers, and safeguards may be necessary.
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