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KPMG Reports UK Healthcare Isn’t Sustainable
June 20, 2012
A new report from KPMG UK reports that the healthcare system created by the National Health Services is not sustainable. According to Andrew Hine, head of KPMG UK’s head of healthcare, the nation is focused on enhancing healthcare by protecting the environment. In the process, he claims the healthcare system will not be sustainable.
Hine said that the NHS has raised some very good points as it argues for environmental protection. He said that addressing any environmental concerns would go a long way towards protecting the well being of citizens across the world. However, Hine also said that the National Health Service needs to make sure that it finds a way to create sustainable policies to make sure UK citizens continue to receive affordable health care for years to come.
Hines said that global leaders are discussing the environmental impact at the G20 summit in Mexico. While that point is getting a lot of attention, Hines wants policy leaders to realize that the healthcare initiatives they create need just as much attention. Some of the solutions Hines proposes include addressing supply chain problems and helping healthcare professions provide virtual care services.
Addressing healthcare concerns will be one of the biggest challenges Western nations face in the coming years. Hines is among the experts concerned about creating a sustainable system to ensure the needs of all citizens are addressed.