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Health reform top of parliament agenda

Parliament will today start to debate the draft revision of Slovakia's health-services law, which introduces several payments into the unreformed and indebted sector.

Health Minister Rudolf Zajac believes that introducing Sk20 to Sk50 fees for various health services will discourage a number of patients from misusing the system.

Compiled by Martina Pisárová from press reports.
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