IMF Review Shows Slovenian Healthcare Successful but Costly

Ljubljana, 8 October - A spending review by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has found that Slovenian healthcare produces good outcomes but has inefficiencies that need to be addressed, foremost among them costly secondary and specialist care, and generous benefits.

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