There are some unanswered questions I'd like you to answer, if you don't mind.
- What vested interest do the doctors leading the charge against Labtests have?
- Why have Labtests been subjected to the wrath of the DHB's when there have been only thirteen complaints received by the Health Commissioner?
- How many similar complaints were received during the same period last year?
- How many of the thirteen complaints relate to service provided by DML before the changeover? (I've seen reports there is at least one.)
- How many of the complaints refer to waiting times? (I note the reduced number of blood sucking stations were specified by the DHBs so it seems unfair to blame Labtests for the resultant delays)
- How many of the thirteen complaints were made by DML staff or their family members?
- Over what period were these complaints received?
- What percentage of total blood suckings do these non waiting time complaints represent? One in a thousand? One in ten thousand? One in one hundred thousand?
- Why, two weeks after the changeover, do I still see DML signs dotting the countryside?