13 December 2018
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In October 2014, the Competition and Markets Authority (the "CMA") published the Private Healthcare Market Investigation Order 2014 (the "Order") following its investigation into the private healthcare industry. The Order imposed requirements on private hospital operators to disclose certain information in relation to referring clinicians (as defined by the Order) for the benefit of patients. Full details about the investigation and the Order can be found on the CMA web page. The information provided by Spire Healthcare below is required by the Order.
The services provided at Spire Clare Park Hospital to referring clinicians and the amounts charged by Spire for those services are set out below:
The following “low-value” services are also provided to referring clinicians with practising privileges at this hospital:
Spire group Medical Advisory Committee (MAC) Chairs conferences are held twice a year, focusing on clinical safety and governance issues. MAC Chairs from all of Spire’s 39 hospitals are invited to attend, with their partners, and are joined by members of Spire’s senior management. In 2017, the conferences were held in Berlin and Aylesbury and the total cost of the events was approximately £85,000 and £25,000 respectively. In 2018, a conference was held in Berlin and the total cost of the event was approximately £88,000.
Corporate hospitality events held by the hospital at no charge to referring clinicians are set out below, together with the cost of providing such events:
England v Italy Rugby, February 2017, £429 per head
Henley Royal Regatta, June 2017, £260 per head
The Aviator GP/Consultant Meeting, September 2017, £85 per head
England v Argentina Rugby, November 2017, £299 per head
England v Wales Rugby, February 2018, £799 per head
Clay Day Shooting Event, May 2018, £219 per head
GP and Consultant Barbecue, June 2018, £64 per head
England v Australia Rugby, November 2018, £499 per head
Private hospital operators are required to disclose details of referring clinicians practicing at their facilities, who have a share or financial interest in those facilities or any equipment used there.
Some clinicians may own shares in Spire Healthcare Group PLC, which were acquired either at the admission price or through trading on the main market of the London Stock Exchange.
Where a referring clinician has an individual web page profile on this hospital website, relevant shares and/or financial interests are disclosed there.
For referring clinicians who do not have an individual profile, their shares and/or financial interests are shown below:
Mr Chissell, Mr Hinsley, Mr Rosell own 33% of the Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy Equipment they use at the hospital. (The remaining share of the equipment is owned by other consultants).
Dr Jourdan owns 100% of the manometry equipment he uses at the hospital.
Private hospital operators are required to disclose details of certain paid services provided by referring clinicians to private hospitals operators in addition to exercising practising privileges at that hospital. This information can be found on the referring clinician’s individual web page profile on this hospital website.
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