Germany to introduce fixed health insurance payments as part of healthcare reforms
This article was originally published in Scrip
Germany's health ministry is planning to introduce fixed health insurance fees as part of its reforms to bring stability to the healthcare system. The ministries of health, finance, justice, work and consumer affairs will meet tomorrow to discuss the strategy.
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