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It's not vårdbolagen, which created a crisis in care

in Very simple terms, one can say two things about the Swedish health care. First of all, the quality of medical care is one of the best of the best in the world. Secondly, there is the accessibility to the poor. The English patient is well taken care of, but only after they have endured long waiting times. We want to cut waiting lists, not the quality of medical care.

Let's start with a look at the countries that have succeeded in building the health care system, but in a timely fashion. Germany is considered to be one of the most efficient systems in the world. The netherlands has no long lines. France has a tax-funded health care, without the waiting times. Switzerland, austria, Belgium, the republic of Korea and Japan, and has gained the attention of the international community for their health care.
it's All a mix of public and private
And since some of these countries have done is what the Left wants, then throw it out to private health care, and the abolition of the freedom of choice to the advantage of the rigid government monopoly? No, they all have a mix of public and private health care providers who work within the same system. Nor do they have that in Sweden, a cut-up care in the 21 county councils/regions.

the Next step would be to completely close down the regions, and to make the state the chief

It is not a choice, and healthcare providers who have created the Swedish vårdproblem. The counties may have changed its name to the region. However, they have not become more popular as an employer. They haven't gotten better at coordinating its resources with each other. The latter has been done until now in the coronakrisen, therefore, that the government have taken up. The next step would be to completely close down the regions, and making the state a trustee for the health care system, as democrats have demanded, for years to come. A continued demand-driven health care on equal terms for the entire population.

< Coronakrisen can lead to drop-out
Right now, it is, however, in the acute phase of the crisis, which needs to be addressed. The staff is out of breath. Coronakrisen, many health care workers don't even know if they will have any summer this year. It is going to lead to drop-out and absenteeism from work. We have put forward a proposal to reverse the flow of vårdutbildade, which has provided care and support to municipalities who offer permanent jobs instead of timarbeten.

now, the problem is not too much to care, but for a little bit. In order to get healthcare, and not too many of them. The price to be paid by both the patients and the staff. It is a very, very, very busy. < / span> < / span>

as a Member of parliament, chairman of the committee on health and welfare.

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