European Union promises device cost comparisons in 1996
This article was originally published in Clinica
A new consumer price index system will make it possible to compare medical equipment costs throughout the Union. The first true comparisons should emerge in 1996, Clinica's Strasbourg correspondent reports. In order for the information to be analysed, Member States will have to forward a standardised set of data to the EU statistical service Eurostat.
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