Kate Andrews comments in City AM
The government is pouring vast sums of taxpayer money into a broken system that has become an international laggard amongst the developed world.
Far from undergoing a transformative reboot, the NHS is to remain an extremely centralised system that allows for minimal competition or patient choice. And while improving survival rates for serious conditions has been put at the forefront of this new strategy, it seems no consideration has been given to learning from the Social Health Insurance systems in Europe, under which thousands more people survive strokes and common types of cancer each year.
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Further reading: Universal Healthcare without the NHS