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44 Sustainability and Transformation Proposals/Plans/Partnerships - call them what they like it's really quite simple - they are supposed to outline and "best manage" the NHS and social care in each area are to achieve 3 goals :
What will the Sustainability & Transformation Partnerships do?
Already the STPs mean withdrawal and restriction of treatments - particularly
so-called “over the counter” products like special feeding for the frail and elderly, and treatments like hip replacements and cataract removal, that are not life saving but if not provided, leave people in pain and with disabilities.
This is because funding is being used to reshape the NHS into a two tier system based on top-up fees, co-payments - basically based on ability to pay!
The plans have to follow NHS England and NHS Improvement instructions, so will all be more or less the same, apart from local details.
But there is much more.
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1. obey harsh new financial controls and sanctions that aim
to eliminate the current huge hospital and commissioner "deficits" - that are the direct result of government underfunding of the NHS since 2010.
2. redisorganise the entire NHS so it is cheaper to run and sticks within the limits of a funding shortfall of approx. £25.5bn by 2020/21 - with no possibility of running further "deficits"
3. radically increase opportunities for private and 3rd Sector companies in the NHS, by encouraging a set of public/private partnerships like Private Finance Initiative (PFI) - but for services as well as buildings.
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ACTIONS is what is important.
We support and promote all calls shouting for NHS ENGLAND Board members to stand down.
Join us and create a loud HOWL for their resignation.
Write a letter to your MP and local press.
After the excitement of the seeming shift in public thinking with the recent election we are now concerned about the promises being made by politicians on all sides of the house.
And where is the real opposition to the vast privatisation now attacking our NHS?
NOW IS THE TIME
is what 999 Call for the NHS are saying. It's time to really address
the privatisation issues
and call for renationalisation.
It's time isn't it?