The NHS does not have "as many" doctors per hospital bed as we need to lower the death rate, a former head of the British Medical Association has said.
Dr Brian Jarman echoed comments made by a Royal College of Physicians report that patients were more likely to die at the weekend because there were not enough staff.
He added: "Complaints by patients...at the moment don't investigate 99.7% of them. What industry would do that?"
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