Posted by: Witch Doctor | January 9, 2009

The CBI and Ben Bradshaw are well pleased

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The Confederation of British Industry are well pleased that Dr Hamish Meldrum’s practice will be taking over a polyclinic.

Of course they are, My Black Cat. Of course they are.

And the BMA should not be surprised by this, should they?

The CBI know all about pragmatism.

This Government and the CBI eat Pragmatism for breakfast.

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PRAGMATISM MAKES THE CBI TURN GLEEFUL SOMERSAULTS

“Susan Anderson, the CBI’s director of public services, offered her congratulations to Dr Meldrum and a consortium of other GPs for their success in winning a contract to run the new centre in Bridlington, east Yorkshire.

‘These new centres promise to offer patients the friendly opening hours they want, something that will help them recover faster and reduce absence that the country can ill afford in the current economic climate,’ she said.

Polyclinics ‘will also help reduce the millions of working days lost to time spent in doctors’ waiting rooms.

‘Let’s hope other entrepreneurial groups of GPs, as well as new providers, continue to compete to offer the best possible care to patients,’ she added.”

BUSINESS LOBBY BACKS BMA CHAIRMAN’S GP LED HEALTH CENTRE SUCCESS

And now, HMG and the CBI have ticked the first box.

Pragmatism – the precursor of relentless Creep.

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