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Forrás: dailynewshungary.hu, 19 February
The city of Budapest will receive from central coffers 50 billion forints (EUR 149m) to be spent on health-care development projects in the next five years under an earlier agreement between the government and the municipality, the head of the Prime Minister’s Office and the mayor of Budapest said in a joint statement on Tuesday.
Forrás: dailynewshungary.hu, 07 February 2020
From February 20 – 22, sixty participants from five Budapest universities will come together at the new campus of Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME University) for SHack Budapest – the social hackathon. In multi-disciplinary teams and with the support of most renowned international experts they will tackle challenges in the field of health with digital technology.
Forrás: dailynewshungary.hu, 19 December 2019 - MTI
The government is providing hospitals with a 79.4 billion forint (EUR 242m) financing package with a view to improving health care and reducing hospital debt, Gergely Gulyás, the head of the Prime Minister’s Office, told a regular government press briefing on Thursday.
Forrás: dailynewshungary.hu, 30. Novembery 2019 - Gergely Kolba
Low payments, not enough financial support, an unhealthy environment, and many other factors suggest that healthcare is not the priority of Hungary. Hungarians’ health, life situation, and the chronic diseases of many children contribute to this as well.