French spending on imaging procedures escalates
This article was originally published in Clinica
Spending on imaging procedures in France in 2004 increased substantially, according to provisional figures for healthcare just published. The rise was due mainly to an increase in the availability of high-tech imaging equipment (such as MRI systems and CT scanners). This considerably increased amortisation costs for the health insurance companies.
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