Seven Hospitals Served Queue Jumping Fines

Ljubljana, 7 January - A hospital on the Slovenian coast has come under the spotlight after the public health insurance found widespread queue jumping, but the latest information suggests all 11 hospitals that were investigated engaged in the practice and seven were fined a total of almost 50,000 euros.

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