More outpatient could save E1.5bn in Germany
This article was originally published in Clinica
Outpatient procedures account for only 7% of the total number of operations carried out in Germany. This contrasts with the average in other industrialised nations of some 45-50%, according to the national day clinic association, DTKG, based in Berlin, which says that the trend in Germany is still towards inpatient care.
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