Tas doctors want surgery waiting lists slashed by 95% as they seek ways to save £2bn a year

Tas doctors want surgery waiting lists slashed by 95% as they seek ways to save £2bn a year

Plans for NHS treatment plans have been revealed as the Government looks to cut the waiting lists for chemotherapy and other majo광주안마r procedures and save £2bn o영양안마n care.

The plans, seen by the Sunday Telegraph, include scrapping waiting lists, opening up the NHS to voluntary patient recruitment to allow more patients to benefit from services and allowing doctors to prescribe a drug without a doctor’s prescription as a first line treatment.

And the Government has promised to ensure that those in need of a liver transplant could simply be referred to a liver-injection centre – something currently blocked by law in the UK.

Hospitals including Stoke and Exeter have already put in place voluntary donor selection and patient-centred treatment, and more will be launched in the months ahead as a result of an urgent review of the NHS that will include a review of patient rights at hospitals.

Dr David O’Connell, chairman of the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) and the main public health expert on the subject of the waiting list, said: “For every five treatments approved at a clinic (that is an NHS hospital), two are lost, and each costs $10,000. This means a total of almost $10bn a year in extra patient care costs because people have to be referred to specialist treatment centres before they can receive treatments.

“We’ve had years of frustration, frustration with the patients we treat and the problems with our procedures.

“We need the Government to do something about it quickly.

“I think it’s possible we may see this cut by 95 per cent as we seek to bring this back into balance. I don’t want to put pressure on doctors but there will have to be a change in the way we treat people – we must find ways of reaching new patients without delays.

“When it comes to patients having to make the difficult decisions of whether to come into a hospital to get a liver, or to a specialist surgery because they didn’t get the treatment that they were told they needed, the Royal College of Physicians (RCP)바카라 and other groups are urging the Government to adopt a voluntary donor system where patients can take the decision they think is best for them.

“I think if this is adopted it will bring this long-standing problem of waiting lists into a more rational light. The majority of people on these waiting lists won’t come in because they aren’t good candidates for transplan

Quantas cuts ties with tourism australia

Quantas cuts ties with tourism australia

by Staff Writers

Tullamarine, Queensland (SPX) March 10, 2더킹카지노015

AUSTRALIAN Tourism is expecting to lose approximately $20 million this year as they begin pulling back their operations.

However, the Australian Government has made the most of the downturn by extending a $5 million grant to one Queensland town that has struggled to adapt to the tourism boom and attracting international tourists.

Local tourism groups are hoping the government will put together a regional tourism masterplan to help make local communities thrive.

The Towns and Townships Minister, Steven Ciobo, will today announce he will extend the Australian Government’s (AGP) $5 million grant to Townsville, Coombs, Wigonga, Lismore, Sturt and Whitted.

The $5 million grant will pay for additional training for Townsville’s public and community staff.

It also includes training for teachers to support tourists visiting the cities, particularly in light of a decline in domestic and international visitors.

The Government was set to announce the grant in December.

The Townsville area has been hit hard by the downturn in tourism.

More than 12,0gospelhitz00 visitors visited in 2014-15, compared to fewer than 4,000 visitors in 2005-06 and 3,000 the decade before that.

Tourism officials said the decline in interest from locals who want to visit Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney had been caused by the slump in demand for the tourist attractions including the Great Barrier Reef and Cairns.

Mr Cio바카라사이트bo said the Government would take a hard look at Townsville’s tourism needs to understand what the communities will do to help ensure the region thrived.

“We’ve got to manage the downturn to make sure the local community can deliver for them,” Mr Ciobo said.

“It was our intention to go back to Townsville, but there’s no time to lose.

“I understand that other states and territories and territories elsewhere have a local tourism masterplan and it could be the first step here in Queensland.”

Tourism Minister Steve Ciobo today says Townsville needs to be prepared for a downturn. Picture: News Corp Australia

Australian Government grants will be increased for Townsville

It was the third time the Government has earmarked funds for Townsville, following two last year and another this year.

The Australian Government recently awarded $11 million to Townsville for the Townsville International Museum as part o