To find out if NHS culture is changing, our research investigated the views of managers about competition in the NHS after the enactment of the HSCA 2012 to examine the extent to which marketisation has become an internalised feature of NHS commissioning practices, and explore how far this is actually changing the NHS in any fundamental way. We found that managers remain committed to collaboration, but pockets of competitive thinking are present.
- How are CCGs managing conflicts of interest under primary care co-commissioning in England? A qualitative analysis
- Inside the mindset of NHS managers
- Commissioning through competition and cooperation in the English NHS under the Health and Social Care Act 2012: evidence from a qualitative study of four clinical commissioning groups
- PRUComm Research Review 2017
- Commissioning for health improvement following the 2012 health and social care reforms in England: what has changed?
- Review of the Quality and Outcomes Framework in England
- Improving GP recruitment and retention needs a long-term strategy
- Alliance contracting, prime contracting and outcome based contracting: What can the NHS learn from elsewhere? A literature review
- PRUComm Research Review August 2016
- Public Health and Obesity in England – the New Infrastructure Examined