NHS Abolition Bill Goes To Parliament Next Week
The Health Service Journal reports that Number 10 insists Integrated Care Systems will go ahead in April 2022, even though the new Health Secretary, Sajid Javid, has written to the prime minister proposing the Bill be delayed to put it “in the best possible shape”.
The Health Service Journal news item reports:
The Health Service Journal piece quoted a DHSC spokesman, who was apparently briefing against the new Health Secretary:
“Our proposals will give the NHS more power, not less and maintain the NHS’s clinical and operational independence while ensuring the Secretary of State has appropriate oversight and accountability.”
Webeditor Chris Ingram commented:
"Unionsafety has previously reported on the slow destruction of the NHS, the political lies, and the media complacency for the last ten years. The reality is that whilst the new proposed Bill to make the 42 Integrated Care Systems that will control all delivery of Health and Social Care, and NOT the NHS; means the total privatisation of the healthcare of everyone living in England.
This control which will include the private medical records of everyone in the country, will be in the hands of private healthcare companies in the UK and abroad, especially the USA. Further, the exact nature and specific healthcare services to be delivered in each of the 42 ICS' will be determines by the the likes of Virgincare Certene Health and other private healthcare companies, as well as local businesses, local authorities, and with no impunity as they are totally independent; will be determined by these ICS boards.
In effect, the NHS will be quickly removed as the healthcare provider and will merely provide A&E services.
The introduction of private healthcarfe insurance as in the USA will then be a stone throw away once the databank of ALL medical records in England is completed and access is then sold by NHS England.
Yes, this Bill is indeed the NHS Abolition Bill - make no mistake about that!"
Source: Calderdale and Kirklees 999 Call for the NHS / HSJ / unionsafety