Spanish justice begins to rule on slow payers:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Cantabrian High Court in northern Spain has ruled the region's health authorities must settle Pta 36 million ($300,000) in interest to be manufacturer for the delay in paying for the MRI installation at the Hospital de Liencres. Interest charges on payment delays of more than three months was demanded by industry association FENIN which wants a tougher stance slow payers. The contracts law, which came into effect last June, reduced the maximum delay to 90 days, although the majority of health authorities still take a lot longer.
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