NHS reform would save lives
Julian Jessop comments for the Express
IEA research referenced in The Spectator
Kate uses the IEA’s findings to highlight the importance of bringing debate around the efficacy of NHS to the fore.
“Five years ago, the Institute of Economic Affairs ran the figures. Were UK patients with lung, breast, prostate and bowel cancers treated under the German system instead, 12,000 lives would be saved every year. Under Belgium’s system, 14,000 lives. For stroke patients, roughly 3,000 more would survive if they lived in Switzerland. Decades of experience across the world suggest that patients tend to fare better under hybrid systems”
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