New Zealand's health system on brink of disintegration?
This article was originally published in Clinica
National healthcare programmes, such as cervical screening, are "struggling to survive" amid the inconsistencies of New Zealand's health reforms, claims an article in The Lancet (June 29th). With the third anniversary of the controversial National Party health reforms falling on July 1st, "the system is poised on the brink of a full-scale meltdown", says the article.
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