Having read the book, you can understand their concern for him. The back-page blurb sets out its argument: “The NHS is very sick. Possibly terminally ill.” Over 242 pages, the doctors launch a remorseless attack on NHS managers and targets. It is the administrators, or the loathed “Stasi” (nicknamed after the former East Germany's secret police), that have precipitated the grindingly low morale among hospital workers, from kitchen staff to surgeons.
The management system is a “cancerous growth”, it says.
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