Healthy competition

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Cawston, Thomas; Haldenby, Andrew; Seddon, Nick
Date of publication
1 February 2012
Health Services
Social welfare
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This report presents ten case studies of successful health reform. Each case study shows how a radical change in the delivery of healthcare can result in improved quality and productivity. The case studies show that successful health reform leads to: 1) Reduced costs through integration and competition and through standardisation of clinical practice. 2) Greater patient safety through service reconfiguration and better data.

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