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Private Hospitals in Europe

Written By: Jason Shafrin - Jan• 18•09

Europe is known for having single-payer, government provided healthcare.  But  just because there is significant government involvement in the financing of medical services does not mean that private hospitals are non-existent.

An interesting series of post by HealthcareEuropa looks at private hospitals that operate in Bulgaria, Turkey and Germany.

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  1. I think that the healthiest system is a balance between a strong public sector health service and top quality private hospitals.

  2. In Poland, the public health system is inefficient, for specialized treatments and consultations to wait for months or years. So I opened a private clinic. The patient must be able to take care of your health, public sector, unfortunately, do not do this.

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