UK hospitals pay over the odds for some goods
This article was originally published in Clinica
NHS customers in England pay NHS Supplies well above the cost of supplying some goods, reveals a National Audit Office's report. Published at the end of June, it highlights differences of as much as 40% between the six regional divisions in prices paid for selected medical goods. The Audit Office recommends that NHS Supplies consider savings by harmonising prices closer to the lowest average prices already obtained by some divisions.
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