Private Hospitals in Public Health Systems
Hastings Center Report. 1989 Sep/Oct; 19(5): 16-20.
In many European countries, the introduction of private hospitals into predominantly public health systems has raised serious questions of distributive justice about access to care and the extent of acceptable inequalities. The private sector will act as a measuring device, gauging opinion of the public health care system. The more people that choose exit, the less is the faith in the public system.
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