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To fix healthcare, doctors need to take a really good look in the mirror

23 February 2024

4:36 PM

23 February 2024

4:36 PM

Two weeks ago, the BMJ published research that reinforced the overwhelming evidence that the United Kingdom’s National Health Service should continue to be publicly funded and publicly provided.

A nationalised health system provides better quality care at a lower cost. Conversely, a commercialised healthcare system does the opposite, as best demonstrated by the United States which has the largest healthcare expenditure of the industrialised nations with the worst health outcomes.

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