People always want more. (Not directly aimed at members).
Everything can be improved upon, be it huge improvements or
little things. No-one is going to be 100% happy.
Take for example the NHS (UK), in my personal opinion they do a dam good
job. Please do not take into account break outs of MRSA etc...
I mean in general.
I waited for 4 hours in the X-ray waiting room. 4 hours.
I was not annoyed at it, simply because there are other people
that need to be seen. I was at Kings college hospital.
One of the biggest, best hospitals in Central London.
They had waiting lines, and delays. It will always happen.
For those that haven't been there, its huge, massive.
It houses wards, shops, general clinics and an ER.
If a hospital of this size has waiting times, surly people can
relise that it is not the hospitals fault as such.
I am saying all this because of the 'sucks' comment.
Say the hospital had 5000 patients in the ER.
Patient number 2 would obviously get served before
patient 3488 (unless there was a life threatening emergency
Obviously). But the thing is patient 3488 will complain, (usually)
about the time he will have to wait, there is nothing the hospital can
do to stop the waiting times. Usually Kings has maximum staff on.
The only way to improve waiting times is either for doctors to cut
down individual patient times, which would lead to miss-diagnosis.
Or they make the hospital bigger, which will make our tax go up.
And the people won't be happy then either, even if it does make the
waiting times decrease.
Some people will be happy about the decrease in waiting times,
some people will be mad at the increase in tax. As i said, you cannot
Well thats my two cents on the health system.
Sorry I seemed to never shut up!