New Medical Fund Plan to Start in 2009 (Taiwan)
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
The Taiwanese government is currently working to set up a fund to encourage growth in Taiwan's healthcare system. In recent years, the growing cost of medical expenses has far surpassed the total healthcare budget. The government hopes the new fund will fix that problem, by supplementing a number of institutions, particularly underfunded rural hospitals. Government officials are expected to continue meeting to finalize a plan for the fund which they expect to submit for approval before the end of the year. (Click here for more
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