Saving the national health service (part 2) Funding and social care

In my first article about the current NHS crisis, I argued that we needed to look more at capacity and demand. At this time of year, there‚Äôs usually greater pressure on the NHS and specifically on A&E services due to seasonal illnesses and health threats.  In particularly we can usually expect a spike in influenza… Continue reading Saving the national health service (part 2) Funding and social care

Saving the NHS – one small step

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One of the annual winter traditions in the UK is doom headlines about the NHS collapsing.  This winter has been particularly grim with high levels of COVID, flu and other illnesses. Add into the mix key worker strikes including by nurses and ambulance drivers and it sounds like a lot of hospital A&E departments are… Continue reading Saving the NHS – one small step