“In the next 2 years we want to reach 6 pct, and within 6 years 7 pct of GDP expenditure on health care. This is our ‘Plan for Health’ and one of the five main pillars on which the ‘Polish Deal’ is based,” Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki wrote on social media.
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The Prime Minister spoke about the health programme prepared by the ruling coalition at a meeting at the University Children’s Hospital of Cracow (UCH).
He announced that over the next six years the government plans to increase spending on health care to 7 pct of GDP. He explained that this is to be accompanied by work on the entire network of hospitals, which would draw on the knowledge of academic centres educating doctors in Poland.
“Soon we want to lift the admission limits for specialist doctors,” PM Morawiecki announced, adding that it is possible because the number of doctors in the country is increasing and the government is working on increasing salaries in the health care system.