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PHIN asks doctors to submit fee data

Consultants are to be reminded they are legally obliged to provide their fee information to the Private Healthcare Information Network (PHIN). The organisation is now stepping up its contact with specialists following a break during Covid-19. PHIN has been limiting communications with consultants because so many of them were focused on addressing the pandemic over […]...

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