German health reform law gets cabinet approval
This article was originally published in Clinica
German minister of health Ulla Schmidt is pressing ahead with the establishment of the German centre for quality in medicine (DZQM), despite opposition from doctors and hospitals. As the federal cabinet last week passed the draft proposals for the health reform law, Ms Schmidt brushed aside the DZQM's critics who see it as state interference in an independent health service.
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