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Healthcare: can Romania afford reform?

New patient payments for healthcare, decentralisation of hospitals and Romania’s chronic health underfunding are put to the debate

June 2009 - From the Print Edition

Romania is heading for its greatest ever shake-up in its health sector. The control of many hospitals will move from central to local Government while patients will start to pay over-the-counter for medical services.
To discuss these changes, representatives of central and local authorities, together with providers of private medical services and health insurance in Romania, gathered to discuss the possible effects of the reforms, which will come into effect starting on 1 September. Below ...

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Diana: on 2010-11-08 16:17:30
Romania's health-care problems are NO DIFFERENT than the Unites States or any other country controlled by corrupt politicians. Politicians & their families get the BEST health-care & doctors FOR FREE while the working class PAYS FOR THEIR EXPENSES. People are left to die on HOSPITAL DOORSTEPS in the USA if they don't have medical insurance. Doctors have FORGOTTEN THEIR Hippocratic Oath & money is what controls medical care all over the world. Let those that turn away any person in need get the same in return. KARMA without any sympathy for corrupt politicians & worthless money hungry doctors.

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