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Forrás: dailynewshungary.hu, 25 February 2024 - Martin Németh
During a conference hosted by the Hungarian Hospital Association, Péter Takács, the Minister of State for Health, declared the conclusion of the division between public and private healthcare. With an air of anticipation, the minister outlined the government’s forthcoming plans to regulate their harmonious coexistence. Furthermore, the minister underscored the imminent need for governmental intervention to determine the inclusion of specific private healthcare providers within publicly funded care in the long run.
Forrás: hungarytoday.hu, 16 January 2024
Gábor Szőcs, Deputy State Secretary of the Ministry of Finance, emphasized the potential for Hungary to be among European leaders with a 3.6 percent GDP growth this year, projecting a further increase to 4 percent from 2025. Szőcs shared these insights at the fifth annual SME (Small and Medium Enterprises) summit.
Forrás: dailynewshungary.hu, 11 January 2024 - Hetzmann Mercédesz
The state is gradually withdrawing from the Hungarian healthcare sector. According to Péter Álmos, President of the Hungarian Medical Chamber, the government’s moves suggest that private providers will have a very important role to play in the provision of care.