If NHS wants to survive then it has to change its course, is the recommendation of Mike Farrer, who is the chief executive of the NHS Confederation. He was of the view that the NHS needs to take some smart steps and then it will be on the right track.
Some of the things being suggested by Farrer were to close some of the departments, which are costing more than it's worth. Second recommendation was to club the specialist services being provided in the NHS under one roof.
It will not only help people but as well as doctors. Third suggestion was to provide an easy accessible care in community, so that less people are dependent on hospital services. It will be quite helpful for people as well as for the hospital staff, as they will not have to face increased rush.
It has been further revealed that a survey was being conducted and chief executives and chairpersons of 250 NHS trust were being asked about their view point on the current condition of the NHS. All of them were of the view that the condition of the NHS is quite serious.
"We know what needs to happen. But are we going to be able to take the assertive action needed in time?", asked Farrar.
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