From the Guardian today:
The NHS is the only health system in the industrialised world where wealth does not determine access to care — providing the most widely accessible treatments at low cost among rich nations, a key study has found.
The survey, by US health thinktank the Commonwealth Fund, showed that while one-third of American adults "went without recommended care, did not see a doctor when sick, or failed to fill prescriptions because of costs", this figure was only 6% in the UK and 5% in Holland.
In all countries except Britain, wealth largely determined access to health, with patients with incomes below the national average more likely to report trouble with medical bills and problems with getting care because of cost.
And it is this that the ConDems are seeking to destroy.