Sweden's ruling Social Democrats set out healthcare goals
This article was originally published in Clinica
In the run-up to the Swedish general election on September 15, the ruling Social Democratic Party's (SD) health minister, Lars Engqvist, has produced a 10-point policy aimed at improving the nation's healthcare. Included in the package is the announcement of a SKr15bn ($1.6bn) cash boost to the health service until 2006. The Social Democrats have also set aside a further SKr5bn to cut hospital waiting lists.
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