IEA research cited in The Telegraph
Madeline said: “Any political gain will surely hinge on measurable improvements to health and social care. But in recent years, the old cries of “underfunding” have become increasingly outdated as governments have poured ever-larger sums into the system, with little corresponding improvement. As Dr Kristian Niemietz of the Institute of Economic Affairs noted in a recent report, the NHS now ranks in the upper-middle among OECD countries for total healthcare spending, ahead of such countries as Denmark and the Netherlands, yet remains “consistently below-average in terms of outcomes“.
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