The Senior Lecturer Emeritus at Islington Technical College tells us two numbers that we need to know about the National Health Service. He’s right in that these are two important numbers. Given who he is he manages to gain entirely the wrong conclusions but then that’s rather what we’d expect.
Health spending has risen by an average of 3.7% per year since the NHS was founded, but only by 1.5% since 2010.
The relationship between input and output is known as productivity.…See More