Spain creates €17m fund for firms developing the national home-care system
This article was originally published in Clinica
Spain's central government has allocated €17m ($24m) to help firms involved in the implementation of the so-called dependency law. The funds are to help "promote and develop the infrastructures and services of the 'autonomy and dependency care system' [SAAD]", under a 10-year delivery programme, and will be made available through a "variety of financing formulae".
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