Belgian spending on clinical analyses & imaging within budget
This article was originally published in Clinica
The latest healthcare spending statistics released by the Belgian health insurance organisation, Inami, indicate that spending on medical imaging and clinical analyses was well within budget during 2004: spending on clinical analyses will be E16m ($20.2m) less than the E896m budgeted; and spending on medical imaging was E17m less than the E855m target.
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