The plans to increase competition in health services will not be easy as health bosses will rebel against plans, evidence suggests.
Choosing NHS treatment that is done privately will not be easy as steps are being taken by trusts in England and following this patients will face a lot of problems.
NHS being biased against private healthcare providers is seen by health organizations and they have also reported this but MPs are of the view that imposing these steps has no reason.
There will be an inquiry by the government that will investigate the actions when it comes to half the local NHS trusts' management.
As of now there is a possibility of getting treatments in private hospitals that have contacts with the NHS for health service patients who require non-urgent operations and that too at NHS prices.
The percentage of such operations is bound to increase with the scheduled reforms which is now 3.5 per cent.
Health minister Lord Howe said: "There is no justification, either financial or clinical, for PCTs to restrict patient choice and think that they know better than patients or their doctors where patients should be treated."
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