“Don’t believe the myth that the NHS is unaffordable” says Neena Modi in the Guardian on 9 February.
In her article she makes the following points:
“The complexity of our part-privatised service wastes billions. Why are we copying a failed US-style model?”
“The balance of evidence is that for-profit healthcare is poorer quality at greater cost.”
“Universal healthcare, free at the point of need and funded through general taxation, is cost-effective, increasingly justified by evidence, and morally right.”