Posted by: Witch Doctor | January 31, 2012

Unholy mess!

Today the BBC reports that :

PLANS FOR THE NHS IN ENGLAND AN UNHOLY MESS SAY JOURNALS

The journals predicting the “unholy mess” are the British Medical Journal, Health Service Journal and Nursing Times.

Right now, The Witch Doctor does not have time to fish out these journals and read what they say.

But what is interesting her is the doctor who has been wheeled out or wheeled himself out to put in his tuppence-worth about the reforms.

Who is he?

Check the BBC link above:

He is none other than Dr Michael Dixon, the intertwingled doctor we elaborated on in our previous post.

“Dr Michael Dixon, of the Clinical Commissioning Coalition – which represents GPs who are piloting the changes – said he did not share the sense of gloom expressed by the editorial.

He acknowledged there were problems with how the changes were being rolled out, particularly over the powers being given to the national board, but accused critics of having “vested interests”.

He added: “It could still create a coherent system, but we must give GPs the freedom to make a difference. There is a unique opportunity here, we must make sure we grab it.

It is interesting that a GP who consistently intertwingles himself with Woo to the extent that you could say he himself is likely to be a competent Woo Woo Wibbler, seems to be speaking on behalf of the Clinical Commissioning Coalition.

It seems odd too that he is speaking on behalf of GPs that are piloting the changes.

Who or what is the Clinical Commission Coalition.

Is it married to the The NHS Alliance?

Is it a cousin of Woo?

You better try and find out more about this My Black Cat, because The Witch Doctor has a busy day in The Spell Pantry ahead of her and can’t be bothered with all these intriguing intertwinglements.

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