Italian industry hammers health service payment record
This article was originally published in Clinica
The overall Italian national healthcare service payment record has not improved over the last six months. Figures for the end of March 1995 show that the average delay in payment to suppliers was 324 days, unchanged from the end of last October. Local healthcare authorities (USLs) owed suppliers a total of Lit 2,000 billion ($1,200 million) at the end of March.
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