JLP wrote:The plot thickens?
Where will all the patients go from these failed surgeries?
Elessar wrote:This is how it begins!
Defund GP practices, shut down the struggling ones, increase pressure on those that survive...they don't have to privatise the NHS, they just need to persuade people to go privately of their own volition, and quietly cut 'non-essential' services with the backing of voters who have been persuaded that the NHS can't afford it!
Permission to re-name this thread to reflect that this is a government war on the entire NHS, not just junior doctors?
JLP wrote:No more cash for the NHS says St Theresa. https://www.theguardian.com/politics/20 ... alth-chief
JLP wrote:The NHS is taking up a lot of pressur because of cuts elsewhere. for example, council funding is cut so they have to mae savings. Which might mean fewer social services beds, fewer home helps and so on. Which means beds are blocked because Mrs Smith, who needs a residential home bed cannot have one because there isn't one. S she stays in hospital and that happens in every single hospital in the land. Not once a day, but dozens of times.
So you are right Ace, the system does need changing to make it more efficient.
Spook2 wrote:Agreed it is very good
my point though is the time and money being wasted by lack of co-ordination
a private business would go bust if it was run like this
it isn't a bottomless pit, so savings have to be made
I have given two examples, and have many more, of poor management
sort out the management, savings will automatically fall into place
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