UK to compare procuring cost of medical supplies
This article was originally published in Clinica
The UK government is planning to issue league tables which compare the relative cost to hospitals of medical equipment and medical procedures. The league tables, which will also list death rates and discharge and re-admission rates, are part of a move to tackle poor performance in the National Health Service.
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