The Private Healthcare Information Network (PHIN) will publish performance measures for an additional 26 hospital sites offering private healthcare services from 4 September.
This announcement comes as the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has revealed that it is taking action against seven hospitals that have not yet provided performance data as required. PHIN is calling for full compliance from UK private healthcare providers so that it can publish further measures indicating quality and risk of harm, increasing transparency to the sector. With publication across an additional 26 hospitals, PHIN's website now offers data across 149 common procedures at...
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