TALLINN - Estonia’s new Health Minister has pushed back against any cuts in the healthcare sector, arguing that healthcare workers should be paid more not less.
Saving money in the health field should definitely not come at the expense of medical personnel and rather their number should grow in the coming years, Estonian Minister of Health and Labor Jevgeni Ossinovski said.
“I have stressed repeatedly that the cutback should definitely not concern healthcare employees and for a very simple reason — we do not have enough of them already,” Ossin...
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