To really answer that question, I would have to step back a little bit and give you a fairly political answer. We're really struggling with messaging from the government around cost neutrality. When we were given this task, both in the external advisory panel and within the national program advisory committee.... It's always done under the premise of cost neutrality. I think that was one of the things we asked ministers in a letter I sent back in December on behalf of the members of NPAC: Can we have some clarification around cost neutrality?
What happens is that we tend to paint ourselves in a box, and then we always think in that box. Unless we can have maybe a broader breadth of scope to really look at some of that stuff, we would struggle to look at European-style models or other models around the world.