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Romanian Health System on the National Statistical Data

Cezar Ionut Bichescu, Mariana Chivu and Silvius Stanciu
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Cezar Ionut Bichescu: Dunarea de Jos University of Galati, Romania
Mariana Chivu: Dunarea de Jos University of Galati, Romania
Silvius Stanciu: Dunarea de Jos University of Galati, Romania

Risk in Contemporary Economy, 2017, 434-446

Abstract: The public health system represents a very important area for the national economy and must represent a priority for the authorities. The sector of the Romanian medical assistance services is under full development, having in view the reduction in the number of state financed hospitals and the recent increasing percentage of private investment in this area. This study advances an evaluation of the national health system from the perspective of national statistics data, under the conditions of applying successive reform attempts started in the 1990s. The research has shown an ascending evolution of the medical private services, with considerable growth in the number of hospitals and polyclinics. Family medical services, dentist clinics or technical dental offices are almost totally privatised.

Date: 2017
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