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Is the UK NHS (National Health Service) sustainable?
The UK NHS (National Health Service) is not sustainable.
People have a theoretically unlimited desire for public healthcare. The public funding is not unlimited. The NHS will never be able to do all people want.
The NHS has cost more every single year since its inception and will continue to do so.
The NHS is affected by associated
, both of which are also under pressure.
The NHS is unsustainable without the financial model (of NHS funding) changing; deferring responsibility back to the individuals for example by (individuals) taking medical insurance to cover some costs to the NHS.
NHS has existed for 70 years and has strong public goodwill.
The NHS has a lot of money and resources, greater efficiency using them will help sustainability.
Budgetary reallocations could solve financing problems.
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