But not necessarily a good one:
"The number of hospital patients killed by mistakes has risen by 60 per cent in two years, official figures show...Patient groups have warned that the true toll is likely to be higher because some hospitals do not record all incidents."
That last bit is especially frightening: if it's "officially" as bad as 60%, and the "actual" number could be much higher, what does this say about socialized medicine, and the efforts of our own political class to implement a similar scheme here? We're constantly subjected to the (oft-debunked) canard that our health care system is "failing," and "too expensive for the benefits received," ad nauseum.
But here's a real life example of a system which apparently takes killing its "patients" a little too casually (as we've seen before). It's reminiscent of the silly "infant mortality" myth, because we count every live birth, regardless of potential problems, whereas most other countries (and hence health care systems) only count those that survive a specific number of days.
So how many folks has the MVNHS© killed today?