SPOTLIGHT: A shock to the system--paying patients


For 60 years, Britain's National Health Service has offered free medical care for all of the country's citizens. Of late, however, patients with complex illnesses have been volunteering to pay for parts of their treatment the government wouldn't cover, while continuing to get the rest free from the NHS. Now, the NHS is struggling with how to address such requests and still maintain its core mission. Article

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