German healthcare reform slowly moves ahead
This article was originally published in Clinica
The upper house of the German parliament, the Bundesrat, blocked the government's legislation for Healthcare Reform 2000 on November 26. The Health Ministry, however, has prepared an alternative law that does not require the consent of the Bundesrat. This reworked version of the reform proposals was presented to a conciliation committee on December 2.
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