Weaker NHS demand hits private hospital sector

Softening NHS demand has pushed down growth for the UK private acute medical hospitals and clinics market, new figures from LaingBuisson reveal. Revenues derived by private acute medical hospitals and clinics, excluding fertility services and health screening, grew by 2.5% in real terms in 2016 to reach £5.75bn as strong increases in self-pay demand were…

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