In Serbia, the health system is publicly financed from obligatory health insurance. It promises universal medical coverage for everyone. However, for many reasons, some physicians take bribes from patients before or after they provide services covered by law. Because there is no alternative, most people are afraid to report corruption, fearing that doctors might deny… Read more »
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