e-invoicing exacerbates Danish payment delays
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Danish medtech industry association, Medicoindustrien, is considering writing to its finance ministry concerning delays in the payment of electronic invoices by the public health sector. Medicoindustrien says that it is now taking, on average, 50 days for medtech manufacturers to receive payment - well above the previous average of just over one month.
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