Slovenia Implementing EU Cross-Border Health Directive
Ljubljana, 25 October - Slovenians will obtain new rights to seek health care services in other EU countries as part of legislative changes that the National Assembly is expected to pass today. The rights will not be unlimited and will in many instances require patients to pay services on their own and then request a refund.
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