The Telegraph argues that the NHS is on its last legs, and only by fundamentally reforming it and the way in which its most regular clients, the elderly and how they are looked after will it have any chance of survival at all.
Source: Reform the NHS – or watch it fade and die – Telegraph
As a specialist in delivering strategic change, I am convinced that the NHS is beyond reform. The best solution for the UK is for a new public healthcare modelled on the world’s best practice and orderly closure of the NHS. Unfortunately politicians seem afraid to admit failure to voters?