UK Competition Commission Provisionally Finds Anti-Competitive Features in Privately-Funded Health Care

By on September 4, 2013

The UK Competition Commission (the CC) has provisionally found that there are anti-competitive features in the supply or acquisition of privately-funded health care services, which give rise to adverse effects on competition.  If the CC’s provisional position is indicative of its final position, private healthcare providers—in particular, private hospital groups—may face significant changes in how they do business in the United Kingdom, and potential new entrants may find additional opportunities.

To read the full article, click here.

STAY CONNECTED

TOPICS

ARCHIVES