Slovenia Backs Patient Mobility, Opposes Health Tourism
Luxembourg, 2 June - EU health ministers on Wednesday voiced support for regulations on patient mobility put forward by the European Commission in a bid to bring order to the field of health care. Yet according to Slovenian Health Minister Dusan Keber, most countries highlighted the shortcomings of the proposal, notably a potential increase in expenses for national health systems and the danger of "health tourism".
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