Turkey Sets Healthcare Price at Non-State Hospitals, Sabah Says
Turkey’s Health Ministry is preparing a list of fixed prices for treatment at non-government hospitals, Sabah newspaper reported, without saying how it got the information.
The ministry in Ankara is seeking to slow the rise in pharmaceutical and treatment costs, particularly when patients on state insurance are treated a non-government hospitals, the newspaper said.
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