Proposals to reform primary health care draw first reactions

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Health, Mitsotakis, New Democracy
Photo by Alex Proimos via Flickr
Photo by Alex Proimos via Flickr

A major overhaul of the primary health care system promises to tap into the private sector in an effort to decongest public hospitals and introduce greater patient choice, however the reforms are already coming under attack from private doctors.

The bill, dubbed “a doctor for everyone”, puts into legislation a key pledge of the New Democracy government to reform a thorny area which has long been identified as the Achilles heel of the public healthcare system. The solutions put forward, which le...

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