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Will the Health Insurance Law be read during the next sessions of Parliament?

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Will the Health Insurance Law be read during the next sessions of Parliament? Empty Will the Health Insurance Law be read during the next sessions of Parliament?

Post by rocky on Fri 19 Jul 2019, 2:36 am

[size=30]Will the Health Insurance Law be read during the next sessions of Parliament?[/size]
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Al-Ahed News - Baghdad
The health committee said on Friday that the health insurance law will ensure that patients and patients are free to enter private hospitals. The law will be read for the second time in parliament during the coming sessions for approval.
"The health insurance law was read first reading and will be legislated within the parliament during the coming sessions," committee member Ghayeb al-Omari said in a statement obtained by the New York Times.
"The health insurance law will guarantee better health services and is a qualitative leap in the health sector, especially with regard to the provision of treatment," he added.
"There will be money to be paid to health centers and hospitals when the patient is referred to these health facilities, which will be paid by the health insurance fund," he said.
He pointed out that "some people do not know the importance of this law, but the specialists know its importance because it touches the lives of all citizens without exception." Finished 2


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