A report says NHS needs more changes in its patient care and billing like Tesco and Toyota to treat patients with more privilage.
Health services can be improved by regularizing the movement of patients from Accident and Emergency to the operating theatre - survey says.
Services like redesigning, making improvements in healthcare, and giving value to the consumers were all carried out in the Toyota group of companies, which needs to be copied by NHS to make patient believe its work.
Methods followed by the RAF and Royal Navy were influenced by the Tesco.
Thus showing a piece of work to detail how the system would weed out excess paperwork and processes as a patient moved from Accident and Emergency to the operating theatre in the correct time.
At the Birmingham conference, Dr Gill Morgan, head of the NHS Confederation, presented the papers on health service systems.
The health services thus need to adopt like the famous Royal Navy, RAF, Tesco and Toyota to provide services and to reduce deaths taking place in operation theatres.
About 42% and 50% reduction were noticed in the trauma and pathology laboratory spaces, which presented in the paperwork.