Health Service is 15 Years Behind in the Quality and Variety, Says Minister Keber

Maribor, 17 March - The Slovene health service is ten to fifteen years behind in the quality and variety of services, Slovene Health Minister Dusan Keber said in an interview for the daily Vecer. While the U.S. may be the leading country in providing a wide variety of high quality services, the Slovene health system fares better in terms of justness and the equality of all persons in the accessibility of health services, said Keber.

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