I have received a request to share hyperlinks to my blogs on best practice in public healthcare. As I ran a search across blogs for ‘NHS and Best Practice’, I thought this would be of interest to a wider audience.
Here’s the list of blogs (with hyperlinks), in reverse chronological order, viz. latest first. Some are written by myself and some my co-blogger, John Gelmini. Each blog is dealing with an issue at that particular moment in time. But the interested reader will find a wealth of data and radical opinion.
Incremental change has failed and radical reforms have been consistently botched. Politicians have meddled and meddled. There’s been no overall vision, strategy and effective delivery mechanism. There have been too many vested political interests, both internally and externally, with patient care subordinated. Whilst the NHS was a great vision when originally conceived and indeed for many years set the gold-standard for public healthcare, now it’s riddled with its own cancers, with a terminal prognosis. Notwithstanding, politicians continue to make false promises, knowing that the evidence tells a different story. For this reason, both John Gelmini and myself, both experts in delivering strategic change, have settled on a more radical solution – build a new bottom-up UK public healthcare system, benchmarked on global best practice, running downing and eventually dismantling the NHS.