As many as three-quarters of Poles have a bad opinion of the functioning of the Polish health care system, according to a survey conducted by the Health Care Committee of the Federation of Polish Entrepreneurs as part of the 5 Steps to Repair Polish Health Care campaign. What measures do you and your party intend to take in the next term to improve the current situation?
The health care system needs changes, but changes that will not again be to the detriment of patients. Financing needs to be put in order, currently, although the Law and Justice government has raised the health premium, this money does not go to hospitals, but was spent, for example, on coal.
We also proposed a solution that if you wait more than 60 days in line to see a specialist, the National Health Service will reimburse you for the cost of a private visit.
We also believe that changes in health care should be the result of cross-party consens...