David Prior, the chairman of the Care Quality Commission branded Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt "crazy" for telephoning round hospital chief executives who had missed A&E targets, in an interview with The Daily Telegraph.
There is an obsession. It's crazy to have a Secretary of State doing that.
Of course he's doing it, because he's held accountable but what it all leads to is more money being put into A&E departments when that money should probably be put into primary and community care to stop people falling ill.
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