'Useless' Surgical Masks And Robots Could Be Scrapped To Help Save NHS £150 Million A Year
Surgical masks and robotic operations are a needless waste of NHS money, Imperial College has said, after identifying changes the health service can make to save more than £150 million each year. Researchers from the Department of Surgery and Cancer, found 71 commonly performed procedures or practices that are of high-cost but low-value to patients, which could be stopped. To read more.... click on the link
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