Tuesday, 23 October 2007


Primary Care Trusts were set up in 2002 or thereabouts,in a blaze of euphoric management-speak,by Alan Milburn.Within four years they are deemed too small to be viable,and are yet again re-reorganised into larger units.
Redundancy costs alone are said to be £38,000000.The average payout to board members of PCTs is in excess of £300,000,many of whom have taken immediate re-employment with the NHS.
Yet another example of prudent government stewardship of the NHS and the nation's finances?

And don't forget whose money it is!

No comments: