Quote: Originally Posted by Said1 Quote: Originally Posted by fuzzylogixWhy? Why not get to the point - which would be what? Quote: Originally Posted by Said1Can you tell me:
Here is part of a pretty good report on health care, I can't find t he rest of it though!
www.hc-sc.gc.ca/english/pdf/r..._Chapter_7.pdf (external - login to view)
1. How much did this report cost to produce?
2. How will this report help/change/improve the public health care system?
3. How many health care workers were laid off during the production time of this report?
Said 1- I honestly am not trying to be snarky to YOU!!!!
The reason for these questions is that this is one of many repeated health analyses that are being constantly conducted to subvert attention from the main issue...hire more workers, and put more money into the system. Health care costs. This report probably cost 100,000 plus to produce and basically has given us = common sense. Yes, there is less health care in the North. DUH.
When a consulting firm is given a pile of money to analyze a situation, they must produce, and that means that they cannot say STATUS QUO, even if the workers tell them that status quo is the most efficient and safest way to do things. As a result, every time one of these reports comes out, the workers are faced with, at great expense, changing the system, and then changing it back with the next report. Yes, I am very cynical. I believe that there is a deliberate erosion and presentation of the public health care system as an inefficient wasteful organization. I believe that slowly the government (Liberal and Conservative) want the public to finally cry out, as they are starting to do..."Give me a private health care system" and then the government can pretend that we the public wanted this.
The government has money to put into the health care system. Use it that way, and not to continually fund consultants to find the flaws in the system.