Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and scanning costs rise in April:
This article was originally published in Clinica
French health insurance expenditure on MRI procedures rose by almost Fr 18 million ($3.6 million) in April to total Fr 65 million since the beginning of the year, according to figures published by CNAM. Expenditure for MRI procedures in for-profit medical centres reached Fr 15.2 million almost seven times the amount in non-profit centres. Spending on scanning was Fr 41.7 million in April in both non-profit and for-profit centres, raising the total to Fr 184 million since January 1st, almost 90% of which came from for-profit centres.
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