Sweden's healthcare "not up to expectations", says report
This article was originally published in Clinica
Sweden's health system is no longer living up to the expectations of its population, says a new report by the board of health and welfare (SOS). The report provides evidence that resources are often not optimally used and that ageing and non-evidence-based procedures are employed in certain sectors of the health service.
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