An interesting suggestion floated yesterday in U.K: when a hospital fails this badly the staff should no longer work for NHS, but instead be transferred to a private contractor employed by NHS.
That's change I could believe in.
Incidents like this seem to have more people over there wondering if NHS is broken.
I don't think it's "broken" so much as the model itself is so deeply flawed it cannot be sustained. IMO, a health care system like NHS is no bargain at any price.