Unintended effects of limiting out of area placements?

Competition from app-based GP services poses challenge for CMA

Friday, 22 September 2017

Making more NHS mergers more successful

NHS merger activity has increased markedly in the past 12 months. The Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) has just cleared major transactions in Manchester and Birmingham, and further NHS merge…

Monday, 04 July 2016

Joint bidding as a competition issue

Late last month the Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) published an with advice on how to spot bid rigging.

Bid rigging is rightfully re…

Tuesday, 28 June 2016

Brexit and NHS competition and procurement rules

Brexit’s impact on the regulation of NHS procurement and competition, , is likely to be limited. At the risk of unnecessarily adding to the volume of Brexit-relate…

Monday, 09 May 2016

Agency price caps: one year on

Almost a year has passed since the Government's plans for agency price caps were first .

At the time, I asked whether , and whether

Monday, 11 April 2016

When is competitive tendering good for services?

HSJ has that an increase in competitive tendering of NHS contracts may be a result of the new Public Contracts regulations that come into force in April. There is an interesting contrast b…

Tuesday, 22 March 2016

Competition risks for GP federations and super practices

The trend towards delivering GP services at increased scale seems to have gathered pace over the past few months.

In January, HSJ tracked

Andrew Taylor is a founding partner at Aldwych Partners, a specialist consultancy advising healthcare providers, commissioners and suppliers on competition, commissioning and tariff issues.

Andrew has been advising on competition issues in the NHS since 2008 when he was appointed as the first Director of the Cooperation and Competition Panel for NHS-funded services (CCP). The CCP, now part of Monitor, was established as a specialist competition authority for the NHS in England.

Prior to joining the CCP, Andrew was Senior Director, Inquiries at the UK Competition Commission, now the Competition & Markets Authority.

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