London School of Economics - Choice cuts

July 8, 2010

Competition in the NHS improves hospital efficiency and can save significant amounts of money. A study by researchers at the London School of Economics found that hospitals located in areas where patients have more choice improve their efficiency more quickly than hospitals sited in less competitive markets.

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