NHS ‘low-average’ to treat common fatal illness

An independent analysis prepared and published this article when the NHS takes the back of other countries to treat general, life-threatening illnesses.
Report - To identify the 70th birthday of the NHS - said "low-average" workers in the UK to prevent death from heart attacks, stroke, and cancer. But in less than 18 countries, it gets less funding than studies, experts say. The analysis also had some "definite strength". Including "Unusual Good Financial Protection" from the consequences of ill health.
Analysts behind the analysis described 5th July as one of the five products that the NHS produced for "costly level cost" as a "perfectly normal" service to mark the anniversary. In 1942, the minister responsible for the construction of the NHS compared. It is with the pride of Noe Beven. The service was "Violence of the World" when there was universal healthcare in several countries.
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Nuffield Trust Chief Executive Nigel Edwards said, "We run a healthcare system with very poor resources for staff and equipment. And we will get poor results in important areas such as cancer."
Look at the key issues facing NHS at this team's main milestone: The King Fund, Health Foundation and the Institute of Physiological Studies work with the specialist. In addition to that, they publish reports of financial, social care, technology and health of the nation for the BBC.
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How is the NHS getting reduced to the murder?
These tanks saw the manager considering the maximum of 12 common causes of death. It has seen that the NHS has made 8 worse than their average. Especially anxious, it said, it was the track record of three important things - heart attack, cancer, and stroke
Analyzes can be seen that one in nine UK patients died within 30 days for the most common form of stroke and 11 died after cardiovascular disease. Performance compared to lungs, pancreas, colon, rectal and breast cancer was also below the average. There was a high rate for children in the first month of or after the NHS and in the first month of life.
But there was some enthusiastic symptom - for example, in the prevention of amputation, it was working well for transplants and diabetes with kidney disease. And it has reported in the report that due to the main factors of society such as high-income discrimination or suffering of the population, poor activities may also be affected.
However, overall, thoughtful tanks said, the evidence mentions that the NHS was "the worst of all" other leading healthcare providers.
Did we get cheap healthcare?
The analysis said that "reasonable" seems to be that unexpectedly the low level of funding. That has resulted in poor performance was somewhat less.
Compared to an average of £ 3,500, only 3,100 people are expended for healthcare per annum. This means that there was less per capita doctor and nurse than many countries.
It said "low level" of healthcare hospital diameter and the lowest level of CT and MRI scanners. This lack of expertise in the investment, responsible for the saying "hard was bitten". From 2010, the NHS budget increased by 1% to 2% - compared to 4% in the year, traditionally enjoyed.
But we do not have to worry about the cost
The most positive element in the world was so far that it was related to the capability. Due to the nature of the NHS, the author said it provided better financial protection against health damage.
For example, its lowest ratio was those that cost diabetes due to diabetes - 7.2% compared to 2.3% - and few people who missed advice for economic reasons.
This is the best way to get healthcare expense ratio. On accessibility, the report said that the waiting time of the NHS was consistent with others. But the patient's experience was good
Immunization competition against illness as high as urine and flu was high. Jennifer Dixon of the Health Foundation said the UK should "be proud" to fear some people. But he added: "If we want to keep our heads high above our European neighbors, we can do better."
Analysis of the Health and Social Care Department has been compared to the Commonwealth Fund Report. which rated the world's NHS "best and safe" system.
A spokesman says the survival rate is improving for some conditions. Recently it has been announced that additional funds - by 2023 the budget will increase in England by £ 20 billion per year. It will help achieve further progress and "will secure its future"