The Competition and Markets Authority has bought in rules for private hospitals to supply data which will lead to better information on performance for patients considering private healthcare.
Following its investigation into the private healthcare market published in 2014, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) found there was a lack of publicly available information. Private hospitals were not providing data to patients on performance and fees that would allow them to compare services and make informed choices about their treatment. In December 2014, the CMA appointed the Private Healthcare Information Network (PHIN) to make information on the performance of hospitals and...
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