The NHS is the closest thing we have to a national religion – or so it's often said. But many critics have claimed that the high value we place on our health system leads to widespread resistance to its reform. In the second of a series of mythbusting commentaries, Nigel Edwards shows this isn't the case – arguing that, in fact, the NHS has perhaps had too much reform, of the badly planned kind.
Myth #2: “The NHS is a ‘sacred cow’ that evades reform, and its exceptionalism is its weakness” https://www.nuffieldtrust.org.uk/news-item/myth-2-the-nhs-is-a-sacred-cow-that-evades-reform-and-its-exceptionalism-is-its-weakness
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