Scans and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) avoid cost rises in Basque Country
This article was originally published in Clinica
Prices for the majority of healthcare procedures and hospital stays have not increased in Spain's Basque Country during the last year. Maximum prices published in the region's official journal (October 4th) for CT and MRI scans have fallen since February 1994. However, the cost of outpatient treatment has risen by 3.5%, as have charges for ambulances and doctors' consultation fees.
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