HOSPITALES will publish an annual report on repeating killings according to a new anti-kill law series in the NHS series.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock hopes to repeat the Gosport War Memorial Hospital, which killed 656.
Anti-court questionnaires have been found to have elderly patients killing drug drugs with drug addiction, under the supervision of Dr. Jane Barton.
The doctor, Dr. Opiate, has been in charge of prescribing Hampshire hospital drugs, but never be charged or canceled.
The health officials, regulators and police "organizations" lost their chance of killing. It shortened life from 1989 to 2000, which was "a rule", although many patients had minor illnesses.
Mr Hancock will change the law to compensate for the NHS's trust in detailing concern for staff and patients with poor care.
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Blinders will be given more protection and hospital deaths are investigated by a hospital or medical examiner.
Mr. Hancock said "it means greater transparency, greater control of drugs and a thorough and complete investigation of the hospital's deaths".