Reforming Healthcare: What's the evidence?

Ian Greener, Barbara E. Harrington, David J. Hunter, Russell Mannion, Martin Powell

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    NHS reform continues to be a topical yet contentious issue in the UK. Reforming healthcare: What's the evidence? is the first major critical overview of the research published on healthcare reform in England from 1990 onwards by a team of leading UK health policy academics. It explores work considering the Conservative internal market of the 1990s and New Labour's healthcare reorganizations, including its attempts at performance management and the reintroduction of market-based reform from 2004 to 2010. It then considers the implications of this research for current debates about healthcare reorganization in England, and internationally. As the most up-to-date summary of what research says works in English healthcare reform, this essential review is aimed at anyone interested in the wide-ranging debates about health reorganization, but especially students and academics interested in social policy, public management and health policy.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationBristol
    Commissioning bodyNational Institute for Health Research Health Services and Delivery Research
    Number of pages186
    Publication statusPublished - 3 Jun 2014


    • NHS reform
    • healthcare
    • healthcare reform


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