Not in our names!
Instead of accountability for wasting taxpayer money through inflicting avoidable harm on vulnerable patients, WITNESS the reluctance to investigate properly, to hold those responsible to account, and to learn lessons for the future to increase efficiency plus value to the taxpayer, all of which overwhelmingly indicate patient commodification for corporate profit and disaster capitalism privatisation incompatible with running our NHS as a public service – UNPRECEDENTED CORRUPTION!
By Dr Minh Alexander, NHS whistleblower and former consultant psychiatrist 17 November 2019
|Summary: After a concern was previously raised about misleading use of statistics, the UK Statistics Authority found that the Department of Health and Social Care and National Guardian breached its code by citing unpublished statistics and the Authority issued guidance to the National Guardian’s Office. Concerns remain. Unsavoury findings about poor whistleblowing governance and unsupportive management culture, such as high rates of whistleblower detriment and marked levels of anonymous staff reporting, are hidden in plain sight by the National Guardian’s Office’s failure to present national data in a meaningful manner. Relevant analyses are not provided to the public or to NHS staff faced with difficult decisions about when and how to whistleblow. Data is presented in a format which makes it particularly difficult for the public to follow and trace patterns. The National Guardian’s PR messaging concentrates…|
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