‘NHS we have at the moment not fit for the future’ warns top doctor Prof Sir Bruce Keogh, medical director of NHS England, said without massive changes, service risks becoming unaffordable•
The NHS’s future is in danger because its model of care cannot meet the relentlessly growing demand for treatment caused by the ageing population, the service’s top doctor has warned.
Prof Sir Bruce Keogh, medical director of the NHS in England, said that without massive changes to the way the NHS treats patients, including far less reliance on hospitals, the service risked becoming unaffordable and could see its entirely taxpayer-funded status challenged. Continue reading... The Guardian