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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> Plans to ration care..
عدد مرات القراءة 18762006-04-11

Green Party in England & Wales

Plans to ration care an example of government 'wrecking the NHS'

News that a series of barriers are being erected limiting GPs' in London's
rights to refer people to consultants today provoked an angry response from
Stuart Jeffery, Green Party Health Speaker: "Referral panels are clearly
aimed at controlling referrals from GPs to hospitals,  and are the latest
example of how the government's inconsistent and incoherent policies are
wrecking the NHS and a number of questions must be asked.

"Firstly, why has the new GP contract failed so fundamentally  to include
proper demand management measures? Despite costing the NHS far more than
expected, there seem to be no benefits in public health or  reducing demand
for secondary care.

"Secondly, it seems inconceivable  that managers would stop referrals for
necessary care and as there is evidence of poor referrals by both GPs and
from consultants, is there a
better way of improving the quality of referrals? Thirdly, how can the
government explain this approach when patients are promised 'choice at
point of referral', a complete inconsistency of policy.

"And finally, why has the government allowed the NHS to get into such a huge
financial
mess that it requires draconian measures to attempt a recovery?"

"The poor state of the NHS shows that the governement has  failed in real
investment, failed to foster real changes in practice and  is now failing to
provide real and necessary health care. What the government is succeeding in
is destroying the NHS."






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