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Forrás: hungarytoday.hu, 03 July 2024

Although Hungarians would like to save money on their healthcare costs, they cannot. An increasing number of people feel they are being squeezed out of the public health system and are turning to private health care, reveals a survey of more than 11,000 people by Prémium Egészségpénztár and NN Biztosító. Respondents tended to spend more on private care, with 54 percent spending more on medicines and 73 percent on dental treatment.

Forrás: hungarytoday.hu, 06 Juny 2023 - MTI
Hungary has sent HUF 37.2 million (EUR 95,000) worth of medical equipment to Uzhhorod (Ungvár), based on a government decision to use the reserves in stock to treat wounded soldiers in the hospital there.
Forrás: hungarytoday.hu, 28 May 2024

A recent survey has revealed that four out of five people have turned to private healthcare in Hungary in the past six months. While more than a third of respondents have spent between HUF 50,000 (EUR 130) and HUF 100,000 (EUR 261), almost 5% have spent more than HUF 500,000 (EUR 1,302). According to Digital Health Essential, respondents paid mainly for diagnostic and laboratory services.

Forrás: telex.hu,14 MAY 2024 - Simor ; Kávai Horváth
Although Hungarian law is not likely to change any time soon, Dániel Karsai considers the results of his fight for the legalization of euthanasia a great success. He believes that his efforts have helped make the subject a public matter in Hungary, which has led to a wide section of society being open to thinking about it. We interviewed the terminally ill constitutional lawyer whose words are now barely intelligible in his home.