Spanish authorities may face ECJ (European Court of Justice) over home respiratory treatment tenders
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Spanish authorities are being threatened with European Court of Justice action if they do not demonstrate to the European Commission, within two months, that they are taking action concerning the awarding of contracts for health services relating to home respiratory treatments, and other assisted breathing techniques.
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