Government Response to the Health Committee's Report on NHS Charges
This document sets out the Government's response to the Committee's report (HCP 815-I, session 2005-06; ISBN 0215029844) into the use of healthcare charges within the NHS for certain treatments (such as prescriptions, dentistry and optical services) and non-clinical services (such as car parking fees and charges for television and telephone use), including the level of charges, categories of exemption, and whether the charging system is sufficiently transparent to users.
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