Theresa Mary May is a British politician serving as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party since 2016. She served as Home Secretary from 2010 to 2016. May was first elected Member of Parliament for Maidenhead in 1997.
The government was accused of slides that the treatment standards.
waiting time targets have been under review by Theresa May in the year 2018.
But Labour's shadow Health Secretary, Jonathan Ashworth, said the change "does not magic away the problems in our overcrowded hospitals, patients left on trolleys in corridors for hours and hours."
out of the question Campbell asked Nicky about the goals missed, Mr Hancock admitted that there are great challenges in the NHS, to wait when it came time, with the argument that it should be treated because of a rising number of people in accident and emergency units.
He said the government was putting an extra £33. To help 9bn in the service -
he Asked if the four-hours-would remain a target, he replied: "We will be judged on how The Right targets. Goals clinically appropriate. "
Mr Hancock said it was a "problem" with the four-hour target as "The Top measure what is going on in hospitals".
"This is much better for the patient, it is also better for the NHS and the way that counted. does not work. "Health Secretary to Matt Hancock says, the goals that he is, needs to be started to be judged "right"
The review is not completed by Mrs May, but an interim report of the Nhs England 's national medical Director, Prof Steve Powis, in March 2019.
He proposed three new goals: with the average waiting time as The Most important measure (instead of the 95% threshold); record how long patients wait before they are assessed clinically, after you arrive, and check how long the majority of critically ill patients wait before their treatment is completed.
Boris Johnson , the government is not obliged to recommendations.'Move the goalposts,'
he had, However, no reference to any changes in the goals, said: "We will be the ones to get the waiting lists down. "
Labour's Mr Ashworth said: "Any review of the targets must be transparent and based on water density of the clinical evidence, otherwise the patients will think, Matt Hancock tries to move the goalposts in order to avoid the control of the government.
"After years of austerity under the Tories, the government's first priority must be that the NHS, the funding and the staff it takes to the end of the waiting time of Crisis . "