Health Minister Bartosz Ar³ukowicz announced the government's plan to make changes in Poland's health care system. The minister said that the idea of dissolving the head unit of the National Health Fund (NFZ) will be consulted with the public.
Mr Ar³ukowicz said that instead, there should be a central institution to supervise the activity of regional branches of the NFZ. There would also be an independent institution to evaluate the cost of medical treatments, which is now done by the fund.
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