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GPs told to avoid asking NHS England questions due to staff shortages


Oh good: NHS England now know what it feels like to have too high a demand. We should keep up the pressure. Maybe they and their staff should be asked to work 24/7 to ensure they get on top of their workload. (For no more money, of course.) Maybe we ought to invite them to a whole host of time-wasting meetings, just to help them on their way, ensure they behave professionally and give true value for the vast amounts of public money spent on them. And perhaps we ought to remind them that they should be doing all this perfectly - then given a 10% cut in their staff costs. They should also be reminded that continuous year on year improvement is mandatory or else questions will be asked.

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09 Jan 2014

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