Tuesday July 7, 2020

Health needs a 20-year plan

Change is desperately needed, otherwise the crises, trolleys and waiting lists will continue to grow

24th April, 2016
The health sector needs a radical overhaul Pic: iStock

Healthcare is continuously in the news for its deficiencies. We know that we need more resources, yet our health spend is high and access remains poor for half the population. Why should this be?

I believe that many of our national problems are compounded by poor politics, a faltering administration and vested and professional interests.

Change is desperately needed, otherwise the crises, trolleys and waiting lists will continue to grow.

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