Spain: struggle against privatizations ongoing, Madrid docs

Spain: struggle against privatizations ongoing, Madrid docs

(from ansamed.info)

“The Madrid regional government plan includes cutting public health care costs by 7.7%, or 1.4 billion euros, total privatization of 10% of public clinics and six hospitals”

In a 10%, even up to 20% share, privatization is positive, because it puts stress on the behemoth public inefficiency creating competition and metrics of comparison of quality of services, ‘however’ we should first not forget that private medicine is ‘more expensive’ than public one, and second keep in mind that the problem of health (public or private the same,) is in reality in the ‘40% cost of administrative chair warmers,’ not as much in the hospitals, and ‘that’ is the place to cut with the scalpel ‘the cancer,’ milking the taxpayers.

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