Private healthcare in Europe set for expansion as governments address financial pressures
This article was originally published in Clinica
The private sector will start to play a greater role in providing healthcare in Europe as governments face increasing financial pressures, a leading investment banker has said. Speaking at The Economist's third annual healthcare conference in London, Francois Maisonrouge, head of European healthcare at Credit Suisse First Boston, said an environment that allowed the private sector to flourish would remove a tremendous financial burden in operating costs and capital investments from governments, which could be diverted to alternative uses.
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