14 June 2018

Which treatments, according to Dutch citizens, should be covered in the health insurance package? And on the basis of which arguments?

That is what we will hear during the presentation of the manifesto and report of the Burgerforum ‘Keuzes in de zorg’ (citizen forum ‘Choices in healthcare’) on June 21 in Nieuwspoort, The Hague. The manifesto will be presented to the chairman of the National Health Care Institute (Zorginstituut Nederland) and members of Parliament. The Burgerforum is an initiative of Radboudumc (department for Health Evidence), Erasmus University Rotterdam and Radboud University.

Read more about the presentation (in Dutch)

 

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