Greece worst of 36 countries for patient rights in healthcare

Society Tags: European Union, Health
By Natasha Pantazopoulou/Fosphotos
By Natasha Pantazopoulou/Fosphotos

Greek, along with Montenegrin, patients have the lowest level of patient rights and access to information among 36 countries in Europe, according to a new report.

Greece performs poorly in offering patients no-fault malpractice insurance, the right to a second opinion and access to their own medical records, the report found.

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