Conflicts of interest in the post Lansley NHS—from a regulated to an unregulated healthcare market?

David Rowland | May 28, 2021 | Blog


In his latest piece in BMJ Opinion, CHPI Director David Rowland questions the common perception that the latest Government’s proposals for NHS reform represent a turn away from private sector involvement in the NHS and the market-based orthodoxy in health policy.

Conflicts of interest in the post Lansley NHS—from a regulated to an unregulated healthcare market?

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David Rowland

David Rowland is CHPI's Director. He joined the organisation in 2019 after over a decade of working in senior policy positions within the healthcare regulatory sector. For David's full bio see our People pageSee all posts by David Rowland