"Managed competition" for Ireland? The single versus multiple payer debate.
MeSHHealth Care Reform
Managed Care Programs
Quality of Health Care
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Citation"Managed competition" for Ireland? The single versus multiple payer debate. 2014, 14:442 BMC Health Serv Res
PublisherBMC health services research
JournalBMC health services research
AbstractManaged competition requires a long transition period and the requisite preconditions are not yet in place. The Irish government should refrain from introducing managed competition until sufficient preconditions are in place to allow effective performance.
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