Mark Littlewood comments in the Daily Mail
In the article Mark argues that while education is important in informing people of health risks, pouring millions of pounds into apps and gadgets in order to do this is wholly unnecessary. A cash-strapped NHS is frivolously spending money it doesn’t have on information that is already readily available and accessible. All the while medicines for patients with cancer and serious genetic disorders are being heavily rationed.
Read the full article here.
Further IEA Reading: Universal Healthcare without the NHS