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Nanny Knows Best
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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Nanny's £55 Dementia Incentive

When I was a wee lad my dentist was prone to find the need to drill and fill my teeth.

Was I a sugar fiend, with rotting teeth?


I have never had a sweet tooth and any minor decay on my toothy pegs could have been left to heal (yes, minor decay can heal) or sit there without doing any harm, without the need to drill and fill.

For why then did my dentist always reach for the drill?

Because Nanny paid him per filling; ie he was incentivised to find problems, and to enact incorrect solutions, where there were none.

Step forward to the present day and Nanny pays GP's to inflict all manner of bollocks tests on us (eg blood pressure readings).

Today we learn of a very dangerous development, Nanny will pay family doctors £55 for every patient they diagnose with dementia under a new NHS England scheme.

This of course will incentivise doctors to diagnose every slightly forgetful person they see with dementia, putting those persons through unnecessary stress and intrusive/invasive state interference.

Unsurprisingly the scheme has been condemned as an “ethical travesty”!

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  1. Anonymous11:43 AM

    The breaking news is that every doctor’s surgery in Liverpool has been besieged with patients desperate to be diagnosed with dementia, so that they can scrounge more money from ‘The Social’, as well as go about their main business of shoplifting with complete immunity.

  2. Anonymous11:28 AM

    Dr Marie Irvine of the National Health Party says it for all of us. “It’s offensive to offer money to GPs to make medical diagnoses. This is ‘cash for diagnosis’ and is unethical. GPs don’t need to be bribed to do a job they’re already doing, of diagnosing and treating or referring patients. In reality, GPs don’t diagnose dementia. It’s a complex condition and requires specialist diagnosis following appropriate investigation by a consultant. The money would be better spent being put into social care to support people with dementia or provide respite for carers.”

  3. Anonymous5:38 AM

    So they pay your quack 55 quid to say you have dementure. Then they put you in a home and seize you home to pay the 1000+ quid a week fees until all your money's gone. Then you die.

    See how it works?