Energy prices are rising
“High energy prices threaten finances healthcare institutions”, the Financial Times headlines. As a result, the quality of care is under pressure. Still.
Staff shortages, low salaries, high workloads, COVID-19: healthcare has been weighed down for years by a variety of national and sectoral causes. And while this problem has been pending for years, recent developments in the energy market now seem to be the straw. Towering energy prices result in a 44.9% increase in energy costs. And as a result, the quality of care is really under pressure.
Energy sector under pressure
But it is not only healthcare that is struggling, as these developments in the energy market are causing huge headaches for energy consumers and suppliers alike. Prices are expected to average 5x higher over 2022 and 2023 compared to in 2019.
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