Kate Andrews writes for The Spectator
In her article Kate argues that despite increased funding for the system in real terms, the NHS is still breaking down in the most serious areas, including maternity wards and A&E. The centralisation and lack of choice within healthcare provisions makes it ‘non-personal medical care’ almost by definition. The USA would do well to look to the social health insurance systems in Europe for reform and guidance. But so should the UK.
Read the full article here.
Further IEA Reading: Universal healthcare without the NHS