El Salvador revokes ISSS private-contracting ban:
This article was originally published in Clinica
El Salvador's supreme court of justice has revoked a new law banning its main public healthcare provider, the national social security institute (ISSS), from using the private sector. Capris Division Medica of Costa Rica and Serconse of San Salvador had appealed against article 5 of the polemical decree 1.024 of November 14, which ordered all contracts to be terminated by the end of 2002.
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