Chamber wants less red tape and fewer sanctions in healthcare quality bill

Ljubljana, 5 June - The Medical Chamber wants the proposed draft bill on healthcare quality to reduce administrative tasks for health providers and shift them onto an agency for quality in healthcare which is to be set up under the planned legislation. The chamber also finds the proposed approach to sanctions unacceptable, arguing it is much too broad.

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