«For years the cost of healthcare has increased at a rate that has outpaced general inflation.1 It’s nothing short of a miracle that, despite this, the UK has managed to keep healthcare free at the point of access. With staff costs accounting for around half of all NHS spending, this has been possible only because the true cost of healthcare has been heavily subsidised by the people working in the health service—people who aren’t watching the clock or invoicing for all of their hours but are simply staying until the work is done.»

Article written by  Rammya Mathew