Estonia to amend laws on medicines and health insurance
This article was originally published in Scrip
The Estonian government has approved amendments to the law on medicines and passed them over to the parliament for consideration. The ministry of social affairs, which is responsible for healthcare, said the amendments impose the EU requirements into the national law and address the issues arising from day to day practice.
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