Institutionalizing professional conflict through financial instruments: The case of DBCs in Dutch mental healthcare
Earlier in this book Van der Veen already briefly discussed NPM-related changes in the Dutch healthcare system. His overall conclusion was that these changes appear to limit the autonomy of professionals, but not their discretion. In this chapter, a specific far-reaching change in the Dutch care system � most specifically in Dutch mental healthcare � will be discussed. I will examine how the use of financial instruments creates pressures for professional conflict and change. This chapter...[Show more]
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