Background: Since 1991, there has been a series of reforms of the English National Health Service (NHS) entailing an increasing separation between the commissioners of services and a widening range of public and independent sector providers able to compete for contracts to provide services to NHS patients. We examine the extent to which local commissioners had adopted a market-oriented (transactional) model of commissioning of care for people with long term conditions several... Expand abstract
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Commissioning healthcare for people with long term conditions: the persistence of relational contracting in England’s NHS quasi-market
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