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I would like to put on record expressions of perturbation and consternation on the lack of timely response as well as underwhelming and inappropriate level of interests and/or constructive feedback with respect to the issues addressed in this short memorandum on MLS.
This is consistent with phenomena of stakeholder disengagement and consumer emotional detachment following the normalisation of the use of management language amongst NHS literature and client education and interaction interface portals and outreach modalities in contemporary times.
With the increasingly simultaneous diversification and non-discriminatory amalgamation of new target-based key performance indicators (adjusted to the prevailing political and social ideology in power), the NHS would apparently approach to this level of current competency with relative ease.
This being in extreme proximity to universally agreed upon state of verity, those invested in the NHS process are unable to consider this matter in a manner of lively amusement and/or derision.