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SurfingJohn
Surfing. Music. Food. Travel. LFC season ticket holder. Occasionally tempted to add reality to health policy and management. Inner Visions Surf Company.
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SurfingJohn 12h
Replying to @TheCenci
It goes well with pea falafel
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SurfingJohn 17h
He’s the most intelligent footballer we’ve had since John Barnes imho. I would expect Bobby (if he wants to) to eventually drop further back and play until his mid-30s.
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SurfingJohn 19h
This is very important and hope you can sign
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SurfingJohn Sep 14
Replying to @parthaskar
Well said Partha
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SurfingJohn Sep 14
Replying to @heatherdesign @IanDunt
I’ve not thought about it like that.
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SurfingJohn Sep 14
Replying to @todguest @RoyLilley
Final one on this Tod. In order for patient centred care to work, you have to have active and motivated patients and or intermediaries. The UK doesn’t. Try going to Poland... There’s a balance to be built between the two. Hope all good mate. A few waves about today.
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SurfingJohn Sep 14
Replying to @IanDunt
Someone somewhere convinced him and his band that protecting the banks was more worthy than protecting his citizens.
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SurfingJohn Sep 14
Replying to @todguest @RoyLilley
I think there’s a healthy appetite among parts of the UK to have a professionally dominated, well funded, Monday to Friday, benevolent, caring service. It’s an ok product. Could be a lot better if there was a little more objectivity and less drama.
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SurfingJohn Sep 14
Replying to @todguest @RoyLilley
Albeit a financially broken one too. So the staff have been short changed too. Total mess. Hi
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SurfingJohn Sep 14
Replying to @todguest @RoyLilley
“Talked” about the patient Tod Whilst all the processes have been designed around the staff. That’s the big problem. It’s basically a charade.
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SurfingJohn Sep 14
Replying to @todguest @RoyLilley
Right. Servicing the needs of the patients, (customer) provides satisfaction/motivation/hope. The equation is weighted towards the patient, and then things follow from there. Prioritising the end user, actually means you are prioritising the care giver. Roy is dense.
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SurfingJohn Sep 13
The man is a genius, and lovely to boot. Plus his hair is immaculate and he polishes his shoes. Hail the King
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SurfingJohn Sep 13
Replying to @todguest @RoyLilley
He blocks me Tod-what did he say/blog?
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SurfingJohn Sep 13
Replying to @petergibbons481
They didn't vote for Fracking tho, so when their regional economy needs a boost from 2020, guess where the govt will go?
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SurfingJohn Sep 13
This is a hideous article. Kaiser Permanente? Let's examine the highest rated system in USA. The Mayo Clinic. Their brand promise: "The needs of the patient come first" It's good the published it. I don't want to see it, but I needed to.
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HealthServiceJournal Sep 13
The NHS must stop putting patients first
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SurfingJohn Sep 13
Replying to @VivekKhashu
We do. We know the extent. No-one is interested.
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SurfingJohn Sep 13
I have to congratulate David Cameron on the perfect timing for his new book, and interview circuit. Almost as if it was planned.
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SurfingJohn Sep 13
Replying to @johnmbennett60
Perhaps if our investigative powers were spent looking at these things, rather than fawning over a resignation letter, the actual recipients of NHS services and the Staff would all be feeling a tad better.
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SurfingJohn Sep 13
This is true. The overdue non RTT follow up waiting list is in the UK larger than the electoral roll. It’s a non reported list so everyone is blissfully unaware of how serious it is.
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