According to a recent report, Prime Minister David Cameron has supported the major NHS reforms of the coalition Government.
Mr. Cameron said in BBC Today program that though the spending on health is sufficient, the output of the health sector is not sufficient. He further added that better health services are being offered in other European nations as compared to their country.
Mr. Cameron revealed that it is high time for the system to be revamped. He criticized the previous Government for being slow in implementing the necessary changes.
Mr. Cameron further clarified that the changes will be implemented gradually and the GP's will not be given any new responsibilities for the coming two years.
The Prime Minister stressed on the fact that the NHS is not motivated enough to upgrade the health care facilities. He also said that the people of the country are more likely to suffer from heart disease and cancer in the wake of improper health care facilities.
The Government's move is being criticized by the experts as they warn that the changes will be implemented too fast.
However, Mr. Cameron is of the view that the medical professionals are eagerly awaiting the proposed changes.
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