The Competitions and Markets Authority (CMA) has directed seven hospitals to publish information on the quality of their private healthcare services after failing to meet the deadline for doing so.
The CMA has issued directions to the hospitals, demanding that they start providing this information by the end of October 2017. Following its investigation into the private healthcare sector, all hospitals treating private patients were required by the CMA to publish information about the quality of the service they provide. This includes patient feedback on treatment, the performance of healthcare professionals and information on infection rates, mortality rates and readmissions to...
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