Skip to comments.UK: 72 per cent think English healthcare will be worse in five years
Posted on 02/09/2011 4:22:38 PM PST by bruinbirdman
A survey carried out by the BMJ online found that 72 per cent of respondents believed services will have declined in five years time.
Of those, 36 per cent said it would be worse and the same proportion thought it would be much worse.
A further 13 per cent believed health care would be as good as it is now, while only 11 per cent expect it to improve and only 4 per cent of the 1,183 respondents expect it to be much better.
It comes as the Government pushes through the most radical reorganisation of the National Health Service ever attempted, in the face of stiff opposition from medical professional bodies, patients groups, charities and think-tanks.
Under the reforms, control of £80billion in funding will be handed from managers to new bodies led by GPs, who can choose whether to buy treatment from state-run hospitals or private providers.
At the same time, the NHS is expected to make £20bn of efficiency savings
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American healthcare will be worse in five years
and about 98% believe that also here in the USA
And so, my dear Brits, what do you plan to do?
(It never dawns on the moron sheep that they need to dump socialism.)
So what I get from this is that 28% of those surveyed are smokin dope.
You think it’s bad now. Wait until Sharia is the law of the land.
That multicultural stuff is so much fun.
UK: 72 per cent think English healthcare will be worse in five years
What’s the problem?
Apply for exemptions like American corporations and unions!