The waiting list system ensures all patients across NZ are treated equally, and all resources are used efficently?
On average, everyone disagrees with nonconsensus between 240 voters.
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The waiting list system ensures all patients across NZ are treated equally, and all resources are used efficently
Reasons To Disagree
Waiting lists are dependent on DHBs... and each DHB sets their own budgets. Therefore patients across NZ are not treated equally.
20 April 2006
26 October 2006
This statement is what the gummint would have you believe. IT IS BULLSHIT!
17 February 2008
Politics play a part in reducing waiting lists by manipulating the degree of urgency.
5 October 2008
By definition the waiting list is proof that resources are not used efficiently
27 August 2012
Reasons To Agree
Agree that is how the system works. Do not believe that is how the system should work though. It's not always about efficiency.
1 October 2007
Reasons for Remain NeutralNo reasons have yet been given to remain neutral.
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