Self-pay admissions dip but remain well ahead of pre-pandemic levels

The number of patients paying for treatment out of pocket has continued to rise, driven by significant increases in demand for cataract procedures and hip and knee replacement operations. According to the latest figures published by the Private Healthcare Information Network (PHIN), self-pay admissions dipped in Q2 2022 but remained significantly ahead of pre-pandemic levels…

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