Imagine for a second you’re booked in for elective surgery, and six months before the operation you’re told it’s your responsibility to provide the hospital with the surgical tools and technology required for your operation.
The Department of Health suggests if you can’t afford to pay for the equipment, perhaps you could organise a cake stall to raise funds.
Of course this is a ludicrous scenario. It could never happen. Or could it? If the health sector follows a trend taking hold in the education world, you never know.
Read my full article at The Sydney Morning Herald