> Still too much waste in Sanità

said Ferruccio Fazio, deputy minister of Health, speaking yesterday at a public meeting of Farmindustria, the Eagle. At the end of the meeting, Fazio has brought together the Booth for the reconstruction of the sanità after the earthquake of 6 April.

Italy, recalled Fazio, is one of the Countries that offers the greatest coverage in the pharmaceutical responsibility of the public service, and the best “access to medicines including those for orphan (for rare diseases) and cancer”.

the ageing of The population, forò to increase the overall health and is “necessary to take measures incisors” to curb the growth of spending. To Fazio, there are still wide margins of wastes, for example on the territory, with requirements are not always appropriate and the lack of use of generic drugs.

But è also of concern is the breaking of the pharmaceutical expenditure of a hospital that, in 2008, you è attested “3.670 million euros, 3.7% of the national health Fund”.

According to Fazio, there are “large margins for inefficiency and inappropriateness in all sectors,” he explained, purchases of goods and services, including, precisely, the hospital drugs”. “In too many reality – complaint Fazio – purchases of goods and services are not centralized at the regional level, but managed directly by the Asls and hospitals, often with huge differences in price for the purchase of the same product.

you Need to centralize and optimize the regional purchases of goods and services. And for this we have set up a round table with the Regions and Consip, the Concessionaire of the public services.

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Già at least ten Regions, including the Abruzzo region, are considering entrusting to the Consip office for the centralized purchasing of goods and services which we expect for the Country, savings of the order of billions of euro”.

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Page published on June 25, 2009