Co-operation not competition best for NHS, say experts

Dr Hamish Meldrum, Chairman of Council at the BMA

A group of medical bodies, unions and healthcare experts have said if the NHS was run on its founding principle of co-operation rather than competition, it would become more equitable and cost-effective.

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