The people who know least about the health service...
...are often the people who use it.
Look at any big private company. How do they achieve success? By continual consultation, focus groups, navel gazing, risk assessment and so forth? Or by putting strong, dynamic, capable leadership in place and bulldozing ahead regardless of the comentards and nay-sayers.
Its not "democratic" to run a public service that way you say?
What part of "democracy" requires you to mire everything in so much red tape that the cost to the tax payer of dispensing an asprin becomes £500 a go?
If you ask me: you will find I want access to all my NHS services online, yes, I'd love to be able to email my GP, make appointments online, renew prescriptions on a phone app, etc. if he's running late a SMS to tell me so would be great.
If you ask my parents: all of the above is the work of satan. My parents don't even believe in direct debit.
You can't please everyone because everyone has so many divergent views and experiances depending on their age, expectation and how they need to access the service.
Get a vision, enact. Get voted back in or out on the basis of how it pans out. Lets have some results here and less screwing over hard working and much put upon health service professionals who have to bend and twist with every public policy review....