Private hospitals reinforce their position in the Portuguese Health System
Data by the National Statistics Institute (INE) confirm that private hospitals are already in majority
APHP Member of the Board of The Confederation of Portuguese Industry
On 10th February 2017, the President of the Portuguese Association of Private Hospitals (APHP), Oscar Gaspar, was today elected Member of the Board of CIP (The Confederation of Portuguese Industry) and Vice-president of the General Council of that Confederation.
Cybercrime attacks on hospitals
Targeted hacker attacks on critical infrastructure - including medical devices in hospitals - are causing IT experts more and more concern.
FHP action: funding measures for private non-profit health institutions cancelled!
How to define quality?
First prophylactic gastrectomy with robotic support in the world
Clinique St. Pierre (Perpignan) implants the first leadless intracardiac pacemaker
A European giant is born!
The Spanish largest private hospital group Quironsalud has been acquired by the German group Fresenius Helios, the largest private hospital group in Germany.
Earthquake: Italian private clinics show solidarity
As a result of the devastating earthquake that struck central Italy at the end of October, Aiop Lazio, representing 106 clinics, was activated in order to provide quick assistance to populations affected by the earthquake.
FNCP became ASPE
The Spanish Private Health Alliance- ASPE, born last May 2016, through the merger by absorption of the National Confederation of Private Clinics and Hospitals, CNCHP, by the Spanish Federation of Private Clinics, FNCP.
What is reasonable profit?
Within the meaning of European law, health-care services are recognized as a service of general economic interest (SGEI). In order to bring France in line with EU law, the French government plans on implementing a decree for the end of 2016 to regulate reasonable profit' for public and private hospitals.
A study sheds light on cross-subsidising of hospitals in Switzerland
SEPTEMBER 2016. A study carried out by the University of Basel shows the extent of the potential damage of the inadequate cantonal governance of hospital funding
The German Association of Private Clinics is suing the District of Calw for subsidising a local hospital
JUNE 2016. The BDPK (German Association of Private Clinics) is suing the District of Calw for subsidising local clinics with taxpayers' money.