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New Hospital Investments Start In Budapest
Under a plan targeted to be completed in 2025, Budapest’s health system will be totally revamped, with three “super-hospitals” built and all existing hospitals brought up to date, the daily Magyar Idők said. more »
EC Official: Hungary ‘Healthier Than EU Average’
Hungary has a stable economy “belonging to the healthier half” of the EU member states, a country whose economic growth is primarily driven by consumption, István Székely, Director of the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs, said in parliament’s European affairs committee on Monday. more »
Survey About Sexual Habits Of Hungarians
Researchers at Eötvös Loránd University have released the results of one of the biggest online surveys on the sex life of Hungarians, 444.hu reports. The survey, conducted in January, revealed how many sexual partners people have on average, whether they are satisfied with their sex life, as well as details about people’s ideal partners. more »

Socialists Advocate Free Medicines To People Over 65


Socialists Advocate Free Medicines To People Over 65
The opposition Socialist Party is looking for ways to offer prescription drugs free of charge to people older than 65, the leader of the party said, Gyula Molnár, said at an event organised in cooperation with pensioner unions. The total cost of such a programme, covering drugs prescribed by family physicians, may not cost as much as an annual 20 billion forints (EUR 64.7m), he said. more »

Poll: Seven Out Of Ten Hungarians Unsatisfied With The Condition Of Public Healthcare System


Poll: Seven Out Of Ten Hungarians Unsatisfied With The Condition Of Public Healthcare System
A recent poll shows that an increasing proportion of Hungarians believe that the quality of public healthcare is deteriorating. In a survey conducted in March by the Publicus Institute, two-thirds of Hungarians who have used public healthcare said they believe its quality has worsened in recent years, up from 64 percent in a November 2015 survey, and seven out of ten Hungarians are generally unsatisfied with the conditions of the public healthcare system, up from 66 percent. more »

“Gratuity Money” For Doctors Could Be Eliminated Within 4 Years, According To Doctors Union President


“Gratuity Money” For Doctors Could Be Eliminated Within 4 Years, According To Doctors Union President
A survey conducted by health-care research firm Szinapszis Kft. has found that the giving and accepting of so-called gratuity money – unauthorized rewards given to doctors and nurses in exchange for preferential medical care – is considered to be a crime by 80 percent of Hungarians. more »



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