Deputy Head Hadia Tajik demands review of Aleris missions in the health sector and asks the government to clarify their views on consultancy in care services.
"We have a concrete example that deals fairly large amounts and we now have to make clear whether it is being systematically paid for large sums of money to Aleris in the rest of Health Norway, says Tajik to Klassekampen.
On Monday she sends questions to the Storting, and Minister of Health, Bent Høie (H), asks the price level for all purchases at Aleris Helse. At the same time, Tadjik's Minister for Labor, Anniken Hauglie (H), asks for clarification of the government's vision on consultancy in care services.
According to the newspaper, Hauglie has already rejected an initiative by SV to review the scope of consultancy in Aleris and the healthcare sector.
Both the SV leader Audun Lysbakken and Kjersti Toppe in the Center have sent written questions to the Minister of Health. Olaug V. Bollestad in KrF also asked Høie to respond.
Bergens Tidende wrote on Wednesday that the state has bought $ 200 million private eye treatment from Aleris in recent years, while public hospitals could have done the work for 33 million. Aleris believes that the calculation is not correct and that they have never tried to hide the practice.
According to the newspaper, Høie does not meet the revision requirement, but emphasizes that it is important that the health regions have good tendering procedures and monitor the follow-up of the agreements with private actors. At the same time, Hauglie tells the newspaper that the government is on the way to safe working conditions, but does not speak out about advisors.