Chris Snowdon writes for Spectator Health
In his article Chris argues that if our health service wasn’t so useless at keeping people alive, it would have a clean sweep of doing well on all measures. The report’s authors note that recent years have seen Britain do better than the other countries in reducing ‘mortality amenable to health care’ but there are still far more avoidable deaths here than in countries such as Switzerland and Australia.
Read the full article here.
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