Ha! Have you not noticed my absence in day time discussion in the last 2 years. Very rare appearance in working hours, and I don't mix work with play. That can only be a GOOD thing given my personality.
Well, since you ask, I'd start by holding dear the aims of the nhs. Free at the point of use, there for everyone when they need it. Stem the tide of private finance. The nhs was paid for by taxes for decades. The influx of private money wasnt' down to need, it was down to rich people seeing an opportunity to make themselves richer at the expense of the majority, then financially backing politicians who'd consequently be obliged to let them get their snouts in the trough.
How is less money (irrespective of where it comes from) going to help? The NHS is on its knees financially.