Shifting UK panorama prompts BUPA sell-off
This article was originally published in Clinica
UK private health insurer and healthcare services provider BUPA is considering selling its hospitals. A review of its healthcare delivery activities is underway in light of "the significant changes in the UK healthcare economy and, in particular, the increasing role the private sector is playing in that market". BUPA operates around 30 facilities, featuring a number of specialist centres.
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