Germany: Closing half of hospitals in Germany would improve healthcare

NHS competitive tendering worth less than 2% of NHS CCG spending

With fewer than half of the hospitals, patients in Germany would be better cared for, argues a new study published by the Bertelsmann Foundation. A sharp reduction in the number of hospitals, from just under 1,400 to well below 600, would improve the quality of care for patients and alleviate existing shortages of doctors and…

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