Denmark weighs up benefits of higher patient co-payments
This article was originally published in Clinica
Denmark's county councils, which are responsible for hospital funding and administration, want to expand the country's system of patient co-payments. The national association, which represents the councils, has submitted a proposal to the finance minister to introduce charges for hospital emergency room visits and screening tests for healthy people.
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