European Committee for Private Hospitals
Comité européen de l'hospitalisation privée (CEHP)
1971-07-13 Rome Italy
13 Jul 1971, Rome (Italy), within the framework of H-XD2757 - International Union of Private Hospitals. Statutes adopted 19 Oct 1971, Munich (Germany FR). Replaced, 11 Jan 1991, Rome (Italy), by D-XD2172 - Union européenne de l'hospitalisation privée (UEHP), extending representation from European Community countries to all the countries of Europe.
Study and defend optimal management conditions for private care institutes; work to prepare free establishment of health care institutions within the European Union; study conditions for participation of private hospitalization in publicly organized hospital services in EU countries; defend the interests of private hospitals with the EU; deliver studies to member organizations.
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Committee of national delegations (3 representatives each but one vote) meets at least 3 times a year. General Secretary. Liaison officers. Bureau d'etude and executive office in Brussels (Belgium); general secretariat in Italy.
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