The NHS will be regulated using the Viable System Model. This will eliminate bureaucratic administration systems and enable the employment of frontline staff, i.e. professional cleaners, nurses, doctors and surgeons while greatly reducing the numbers of administrators and accountants.
The prime duty of the NHS will be to provide timely, relevant and the best treatment available at the time of diagnosis of a patient's symptoms and condition. It is not best practice to wait for a patients symptoms and condition to worsen before providing treatment which would improve or prevent a patient's condition or health from worsening. For example, age related macular degeneration. Neither should squabbling between NHS Trusts over who should pay for which aspect of a patient's treatment and ancillary costs be allowed to delay the implementation of medical and social requirements of a patient as decided by the professional medical staff.
This website enumerates policies that the editor believes will provide solutions to the problems Britain faces. But all policies, from whatever party is in power, should carry out "What if" five year projections of the effect of the policies considered on a Graphical Representation model of the Economy and Social Structure of Britain before any such policy is implemented. This is what the Viable System Model paradigm enables politicians to do. The accuracy of statements made in this website is not guaranteed. The figures used are a rough guide only.