Perhaps the only consistent thing about Britain‚Äôs socialized health care system is that it is in a perpetual state of flux, its structure constantly changing as governments search for the elusive formula that will deliver the best care for the cheapest price while costs and demand escalate.
Even as the new coalition government said it would make enormous cuts in the public sector, it initially promised to leave health care alone. But in one of its most surprising moves so far, it has done the opposite, proposing what would be the most radical reorganization of the National Health Service, as the system is called, since its inception in 1948....
This sounds like the usual change effected by a different party political philosophy. Now we have the Conservative thinking replacing the bureaucratic style thoughts of the Labour party.
Socio-Philosophy change is a pain when it is initiated everytime there is an election, with a new party taking the reigns. The problem is that if in the next election we get the socialists back in to increase bureacracy again, will it be back to big brother socialist bureaucrat in charge yet again.
However for this current change we observe the Conservatives extricating government from services again. Good news. Bureacrats and socialist politicians always interfere and impede progress in society.