Private investors court Hungarian hospitals
This article was originally published in Clinica
Financial penury is forcing Hungary's state hospitals to seek private investment. With government reforms unlikely to become reality before the 2002 elections, the 40% or so of Hungary's 160 hospitals facing serious liquidity problems are looking for urgent financial solutions.
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