Privatised NHS, not a good idea with the concerns of physician’s in the United States

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It is no real secret that the National Health Service in the U.K is undergoing the final stages of its privatisation. The taxpayers bound to the extortionate rents for the hospital sites, paid to such giants as Balfour Beaty, the intention is clear, they are here to stay and the taxpayer will pick up the rent, having already paid for the construction of the buildings.

In United States health comes through insurance and a giant in the U.S, United Health, has its eyes and fingers all over the NHS, through a subsidiary called Optum.

In the U.S the real agenda behind the health insurance plan is becoming a problem for the physician’s,  they do not like the future it offers.

Nothing new, this plan was first described back In 1938, The Technocrat magazine stated:

“Technocracy is the science of social engineering, the scientific operation of the entire social mechanism to produce and distribute goods and services to the entire population.”

It could not be more clear. The ‘scientific operation’ of society seeks to be the exclusive distributor of goods and services to the entire population, and healthcare is one our most important service industries.

In 2005, the President of Citizen’s Council on Health Care, Twila Brase, wrote a heavily-documented white paper titled How Technocrats Are Taking Over The Practice of Medicine.

The 22-page report concludes :

…the EBM initiative involves a technocratic takeover of the practice of medicine through health data collection, guideline creation, intrusive clinical surveillance, pay-for-performance strategies, and centralized medical decision-making.

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