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Wednesday 14 September 2016. Updated: 11:00am

BOLAM Test Now Defunct

Hugely competitive healthcare market renders law obsolete

Fresh Healthcare Reform

Out-moded clinical negligence should be scrapped

In all but serious and exceptional circumstances the business of modern medicine should instead embrace the concept of ‘service level’, together with new legislation and legal practice adapted to
meet a healthcare industry that is fit for 21 Century. More scope for product ‘excellence’ in consumer-driven markets of the future.

D-word: ‘Diversity’ in Healthcare
New studies reveal an imbalance of Board structures

Hospitals should conduct regular reviews of its performance, but particularly lower membership with knowledge in managed care.
Vs. a higher level of financial acumen and insurance understanding.



English Law: Embodiment of a democracy ravaged by Capitalism  

Consequences for profession as a whole. Poor quality service to society. Casts the profession in a bad light, leads to a lack of trust.





Government Democratic Deficit

No democracy in banking controlling our well-being
‘Hidden tax breaks’ for an ‘unethical’ financial sector

Society and consumers is now entitled to a proper consultation on major reform of
the British Parliamentary Constitution, which sees ever more political power being transferred from Whitehall to the banking and Boards of the financial services industry. Lack of transparency and openness to the public and customers about working practices of banks, or by tax avoidance and stealth levies lumped on
ordinary citizens letting banks escape billions, possibly trillions of pounds contributions across the World that could be invested in improving people’s lives.
First line of attack - the composition of financial services boards, the Bank of England’s central and statutory (public corporation).





English Law: Embodiment of a democracy ravaged by Capitalism  

Consequences for profession as a whole. Poor quality service to society. Casts the profession in a bad light, leads to a lack of trust.




UK No Nation State

May’s Grammars perpetuating Neolithic tribal culture

Conservative and socialist politics in disarray across Europe

But by new-wave unrestrained diversity, and dividing of societies could cause further fragmentation of the EU, and should Britain ever vote to remain. So Nationalism may very well capitalise on these weaknesses, and continue to
re-assert its territories in modern times. Critically for the avoidance of feudalism erupting across a 21 Century World.





UK (United Kingdom) No The Animal Kingdom (Yes)

Culture: a new solution to an age-old problem

Social harmony, which has flummoxed experts and politicians for centuries could do worse than to conduct more studies into the dynamics of biological sciences and early cultural revolution.
But a good place to start now in achieving these aims is NATIONALISM



The Legal ‘Dustbin’

NHSLA is branded ‘not fit’ for modern purpose

Patients, victims, complainants and consumer protection lobbyists begin drawing
up a hot list of what UK organisations should be scrapped. In looking at fresh
and enlightened ways of blending cost efficiencies, harmonising healthcare and
civil rights into a contemporary political arena. Re-branding Britain’s constitution.
   



New ABS healthcare crisis

Solicitors not adequately trained also spark major criticisms

Leading clinical negligence insurance underwriters voice very serious concerns
about Alternative Business Structure firms not being experienced enough to handle complex medical claims. Repercussions of this worrying issue having an adverse impact across the insurance industry as a whole, resulting in higher consumer premiums. But prompting an urgent review of the medico-legal market.
   















NHS: who really benefits?

Failed complaints system: new direction in law for victims

Hospital ‘TRUSTS’ should now be scrutinised in finer detail, legislation possibly strengthened to ensure that patients, the taxpayer, but moreover the ‘beneficiaries’, indeed of any trust are being assured their legal rights. But individual’s reaching for respective Parliamentary Acts, invoking a contractual duty and obligation in care.
Especially with other measures of resolving disputes all having failed - or locally.






National Vision and Values

New Way of Conflict ‘Compromise’ Agreements

Ultimate burden to taxpayers must be lifted by better law leadership/management

All organisations involved in complaints, disputes and litigation which is not effective, or costing the public more to administrate should now be replaced with a business-style ethics of removing employees who will not harmonise on people’s grievance processes. In order to avoid costs and time of defending cases or tribunal claims. Defending a weak claim is still too onerous and expensive. The goal that both sides in a dispute come away happy and with distributive justice having been served.
In due process waiving any future legal action - the much better solution.
  




NHS: who really benefits?

Failed complaints system: new direction in law for victims

Hospital ‘TRUSTS’ should now be scrutinised in finer detail, legislation possibly strengthened to ensure that patients, the taxpayer, but moreover the ‘beneficiaries’, indeed of any trust are being assured their legal rights. But individual’s reaching for respective Parliamentary Acts, invoking a contractual duty and obligation in care.
Especially with other measures of resolving disputes all having failed - or locally.

UK (United Kingdom) No

The Animal Kingdom (Yes)

Culture: a new solution to an age-old problem

Social harmony, which has flummoxed experts and politicians for centuries could do worse than to conduct more studies into the dynamics of biological sciences and early cultural revolution.
But a good place to start now in achieving these aims is NATIONALISM


CQC Beleaguered ‘regulator’ still failing in a statutory duty

Patient alliances have no faith, or belief in its operations
Which is blatantly ignoring victims concerns and are refusing to take these further.
Real worry is when this health body has given good ratings on their inspections,
only for it to refuse to follow up concerns that people raise about these decisions.
The fear society and consumers have a misleading and false representation of a business or public service on which to make safe and informed decisions. Lobby groups aim to stop firms using the CQC or reference to their standards being used as a marketing tool, something that was not intended of this enforcement agency.   

GMC Untenable Victim lobbyists demand Medical Act ‘repealed’

More aggressive junior doctors strikes anticipated regulator cannot apply, ethically or consistently enforce its clinical, safety or quality standards. Instil public confidence.The very least Good Medical Practice should be aligned accordingly. Or emergency measures.  


Law Society and solicitor’s union comes under renewed scrutiny by people seeking retribution and examining if this establishment is now fit for purpose.

NHS ‘Reconfigured’ Government needs to ‘ratchet up’ competition

Universal healthcare, namely that of free-at-the-point-of-need, revolutionary for its
time is largely now becoming outdated. Governments no longer being a purveyor of healthcare, instead it will need to use its bargaining power, such as driving up competition, towards creating a perfectly competitive market, or between an evenly matched monopoly and monopsony. Labour must assert more pressure



Law Society and solicitor’s union comes under renewed scrutiny by people seeking retribution and examining if this establishment is now fit for purpose.



Universal healthcare, namely that of free-at-the-point-of-need, revolutionary for its
time is largely now becoming outdated. Governments no longer being a purveyor of healthcare, instead it will need to use its bargaining power, such as driving up competition, towards creating a perfectly competitive market, or between an evenly matched monopoly and monopsony. Labour must assert more pressure

ADR - another failed experiment

A Wicked ‘Betrayal’

Britain’s Civil Justice System in a ‘State of Collapse’

Magna Carta greatest constitutional document of all time killed off

Victim and lobby groups vow to vociferously fight the English law establishment, which is letting capitalists, private businesses and public authorities deliberately
derail Woolf reforms of ADR.
Avoidance/prevention tactics ranging from many organisations refusing to enter into formal mediation, despite all local avenues exhausted, even more frightening firms improperly introducing no-win-no-fee style penalty % for people who lose the side of an argument in ADR. Government urged
to immediately stop what was to be a National flagship of an informal, efficient and amicable arrangement between parties to settle grievances into companies finding different ways to deny rights, swindle people and to boost a company’s profits.
  


Law Society and solicitor’s union comes under renewed scrutiny by people seeking retribution and examining if this establishment is now fit for purpose.



Quackery of Justice


   

NHS ‘Reconfigured’ Government needs to ‘ratchet up’ competition

Universal healthcare, namely that of free-at-the-point-of-need, revolutionary for its
time is largely now becoming outdated. Governments no longer being a purveyor of healthcare, instead it will need to use its bargaining power, such as driving up competition, towards creating a perfectly competitive market, or between an evenly matched monopoly and monopsony. Labour must assert more pressure







Nonetheless this is now leaving great gaps, for example, the disadvantaged, migrants and others from modest means. Again health insurance and private healthcare providers are struggling to survive. This crisis may mean in the first instance that Social Security Acts need radical reform to tackle means-tested care and healthcare programmes. The Labour party asserting more pressure in this area.
Longer-term signs point to Governments no longer being a purveyor
of healthcare, instead it will need to use its bargaining power, such as driving up competition, towards creating a perfectly competitive market, or between an evenly matched monopoly and monopsony.


The Care Quality Commission must do more to respect a Duty of Candour Law