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This has got me thinking? That's not good...... but in two different directions.
1. For as little as £23, I could have private medical insurance?
2. Why do I have to pay for treatment that I already get for free under the National Insurance scheme?
1. This is what thje scheme says:
Top 7 reasons to consider private medical insurance
1. No more lengthy waiting lists - Private medical insurance will ensure you skip the queues.
2. A private room - You won’t have to share a room with countless other sick people.
3. Personalised care - Private nurses and doctors usually have more time to give to their patients, which means better personal attention.
4. Get the exact treatment you need - NHS treatments are limited by government budgets - private care means you’ll get exactly the treatment you need.
5. Peace of mind for your family - With private medical insurance, your family can rest safe in the knowledge that you’ll always receive the best care.
6. Problems dealt with before they could become serious
Minor health problems could quickly become serious if not dealt with promptly.
7. Lock-in your good health - Feeling good now? Let’s ensure it stays that way by having private medical care on tap, whenever you need it.
I do not see here about Pre-existing conditions and will they be treated?
NHS does not refuse any health condition.
2. The NHS is limited because the sections of the NHS that make money have been sold off?
I just need to know how this has happened. Where along the way has teh "MEDICAL BOARD" been allowed to do this without proper consultation, since the doctors used by Private companies are normally NHS doctors, hospital.as they don't have their own, and the same operating theatres?
Why were the proposals of using Private health care lost in the persute of making money, instead of supplimenting the NHS andf lowering the Waiting times. they would still be under the NHS budget and when profits are made then that profit is used to benefit less budgeted areas, or used to further improve the systems of help that have also been plundered under the private health schemes of lets take some of the burdens from the NHS?
We really need to reset the values of the NHS by taking back things that were done by the NHS and when sub contracting work make the sub contractor realise that they are not the owners of the contract but must work under the same rules as the NHS "TO PROVIDE SUPPORT"not cherry pick profit areas that some MP's have prior knowledge or shares in the contract company no matter how small.
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