UK investments hang on PFI (private-finance initiative) accounting definitions
This article was originally published in Clinica
The issue of the long-term cost to the UK's healthcare system of the private-finance initiative (PFI) hospital-building programme has again been raised by the government's opposition - but party politics aside, government statisticians have reviewed how they account for PFI, in a move that appears to leave the public sector's capacity for hospital investment dependent on economic terminology.
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