Private Dentists Feel Discriminated by Health Insurance
Ljubljana, 28 January - Some two months after an EU directive allowing cross-border health care coverage took effect, dentists expressed concern at a round table debate on Tuesday. They said many Slovenians decided to seek care abroad because the public health insurer, the ZZZS, refuses to pay for the services of Slovenian private dentists.
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