We mark the Prime Minister out of ten for the five targets he imposed upon himself in January.
The Junior Doctors Committee co-chair Vivek Trivedi says the current offer is “driving doctors away”.
The Health Secretary admits that the Government’s scheme involves a “range of things” including refurbishments of existing hospitals.
We should not let dogma get in the way of greater efficiencies and better outcomes for patients and their families.
Pharmaceutical interventions have their place, but a balanced and sustainable approach should focus on getting people active.
A modest (if growing) list of technocratic interventions will not be enough for the electorate, no matter how good they are in their own terms.
Folding is not an option as long as Rishi Sunak’s commitment to fiscal sanity remains resolute. But will it come at the cost of his pledge to bring down waiting lists?
His laudable focus on immediate priorities cannot forever excuse failing to address the big strategic challenges facing Britain.
We need to look at improving efficiency, and new ways of doing things. Many who work in the NHS are frustrated with the waste of both time and money, resulting from inefficient practices and poor management.
The Government must unlock the full potential of digital technology within healthcare and create a system that truly serves the needs of all patients.
Those with conditions such as autism and ADHD are sufferingly needlessly for lack of accessible diagnosis and proper support at school and the workplace.
The tenth article in a new series on ConHome about how government might be made smaller, taxpayers better off and and society stronger – through strong families, better schools and good jobs.