Lege Artis Medicinae - 1991;1(01 KLSZ)

Lege Artis Medicinae

JANUARY 01, 1991

[Meeting of the International Social Security Association in Budapest]

[From 28 October to 1 November, the 239-member International Social Security Association (ISSA) Standing Committee on Health and Sickness Insurance held its twenty-fifth meeting in Budapest.Experts from 33 countries (nearly 100 participants) discussed the most topical issues of health care in their countries over five days.]

Lege Artis Medicinae

JANUARY 01, 1991

[Old and new pitfalls: comments on health care reform]

OROSZ Éva

[The following is an extract from a forthcoming book, the manuscript of which closed at the beginning of September, so it does not respond to the Ministry of Public Welfare programme that has been published since then - although it is still relevant. ]

Lege Artis Medicinae

JANUARY 01, 1991

[Dear Editorial Team!]

GYENES Géza

[We respectfully send you the position paper of the FAKOOSZ on the "Action Programme", which we have prepared at the request of Dr. István Mikola, State Secretary. We would ask you, if possible, to publish an extract of this document in your newspaper. Our association aims to formulate, coordinate, defend, represent and constantly assert the interests of district doctors working in villages in accordance with their specific living and working conditions. It operates independently of political... tovább »

Lege Artis Medicinae

JANUARY 01, 1991

[Resolution of the plenary meeting of the Scientific Council for Health of 21 October 1991]

[The Plenary Session of the Scientific Council for Health has formulated the following opinion on the "Action Programme for the Renewal of our Health Care System" and the "Basic Concept of the Financing System of the Hungarian Health Care System".]

Lege Artis Medicinae

JANUARY 01, 1991

[Summary of comments]

[The Ministry of Public Welfare has published a working paper entitled Action Programme for the Renewal of our Health System for discussion in the Medical Weekly and in the pages of Lege Artis Medicinae. The programme has received many comments, opinions and suggestions. In addition to our medical colleagues, economists, sociologists, churchmen, lawyers, entrepreneurs, health professionals, politicians and parliamentarians have also contributed. The majority of the 269 analytical reflections -... tovább »