NHS Cuts Do Not Help – But Often Clients Just Want Answers

Posted By Moosa Duke - 11th June 2013

“I have believed for years that there must be a correlation between government spending on the NHS and the number of medical negligence cases brought against it. The pressures on healthcare professionals are always going to be much greater when hospital budgets are tighter, one of the main problems being staff shortages which lead to overstretched hospitals. The saying ‘tiredness can kill’ is as true of our hospitals as it is of our roads. New statistics from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) and Health Service Ombudsman support this view…”

Mehmooda Duke

For the full article, please visit:

http://www.lawgazette.co.uk/opinion/comment/nhs-cuts-do-not-help-often-clients-just-want-answers

To view a snippet of the article in The Guardian, please visit:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/healthcare-network/2013/jun/10/today-in-healthcare-10-june