In brief: NHS among European countries

Italy is the biggest user of the NHS among European countries, spending £3.1m in 1998-99 on referring patients to the NHS for treatment. Ireland spent just under £3m on planned NHS treatment; a further £3.5m was claimed back by the NHS for treating Irish citizens on an unplanned basis. Overall, ...

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