• Patients mobility is strong incentive for better quality of care

    by  • 10 November 2011 • Latest Medical News

    Patients and health care providers are increasingly crossing borders within the European Union to deliver or receive treatment. New EU regulations are trying to come to grips with what has long been recognised as a right of citizens to do so. Motivations vary among member states and social groups, but specialty treatment and speed of access are important factors. While cross border care is potentially a strong incentive for enhancing the quality of therapies, health telematics should also be used where possible to let patients and carers stay where they are, experts told the European Health Forum Gastein.


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