Public healthcare comes with poor infrastructure and lack of proper management, combined with low quality of medical services. This has led to the growth of private healthcare in Romania. As per research reports, the number of patients enrolling in private hospitals in Romania has increased by 20%.
UK’s population has grown, from about 50 million to 66 million ever since the inception of National Health Service (NHS) 70 years ago. There has been demographic shift towards an older population which has heaped pressure on the NHS. The number of workers needed to take care has grown dramatically with almost 110,000 full-time-equivalent hospital and community medical staff (doctors and dentists) across England and Wales. But is this good enough to provide the best health service to the people of UK? This report elaborates on the factors that users prefer to experience with the NHS.