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The special act does not help doctors in treating refugees from Ukraine

MedExpress Team


Published March 18, 2022 09:56

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Doctors still do not have tools for systemic treatment of refugees from Ukraine. The problem of drug reimbursement is also still unresolved - the Zielona Góra Agreement is alarming.

- We are in solidarity with Ukrainian citizens who need our help. We help as much as we can, but we have still not received any legal instruments to do it systematically and in the long term. So now the refugees from Ukraine deserve only emergency aid, nothing more - said Jacek Krajewski, president of the Federation of Zielona Góra Agreement, during the press conference.

Experts emphasized that they were counting on a special act. That it will clarify many of the controversial issues and problems that primary care physicians face on a daily basis. Meanwhile, they did not get anything like that. And the issue of drug reimbursement is of key importance for doctors. Often specialized and very expensive.

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