Private healthcare returns to pre-Covid levels

Before second lockdown

Adam Saville
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Private healthcare returns to pre-Covid levels

Data from PHIN shows that in October private healthcare had returned to pre-Covid volumes

The Private Healthcare Information Network (PHIN) has revealed that the private insured and self-pay healthcare market has largely recovered following a prolonged period of reduced activity levels due to the Covid-19 crisis. Although activity in October was estimated to be 7% lower than the same month in 2019, the estimated 64,000 elective admissions in this month was higher than the pre-Covid levels seen in February, PHIN has confirmed. It added that this activity is trending in a similar...

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