CUTS International releases tool kit on 'competition and access to healthcare'

PTI | New Delhi | Updated: 04-12-2020 22:43 IST | Created: 04-12-2020 22:43 IST
CUTS International releases tool kit on 'competition and access to healthcare'

Advocacy group CUTS International on Friday released a tool kit on 'competition and access to healthcare'

The tool kit provides guidance on using both ex-ante and ex-post competition policy as tools to enhance access to healthcare, the urgency of which has increased in the wake of COVID-19, it said in a release

During a webinar, where the tool kit was released, participants discussed about anti-competitive practices seen in healthcare and pharmaceutical sector.

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