- Title Pages
- List of tables, figures and boxes
- Notes on contributors
- One Evaluating the impact of NHS reforms – policy, process and power
- Two Orders of change in the ordered changes in the NHS
- Three NHS finances under the Coalition
- Four Did NHS productivity increase under the Coalition government?
- Five The central management of the English NHS
- Six An argument lost by both sides? The Parliamentary debate over the 2010 NHS White Paper
- Seven UK-wide health policy under the Coalition
- Eight Clinically led commissioning: past, present and future?
- Nine ‘Much ado about nothing’? Pursuing the ‘holy grail’ of health and social care integration under the Coalition
- Ten Public health: unchained or shackled?
- Eleven Provider plurality and supply-side reform
- Twelve Achieving equity in health service commissioning
- Thirteen Setting the workers free? Managers in the (once again) reformed NHS
- Fourteen Health and Wellbeing Boards: The new system stewards?
- Fifteen Blowin’ in the wind: The involvement of people who use services, carers and the public in health and social care
- Sixteen ‘Groundhog Day’: the Coalition government’s quality and safety reforms
- Seventeen A view from abroad: a New Zealand perspective on the English NHS health reforms
- Eighteen Never again? A retrospective and prospective view of English health reforms
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