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10th June, Zadar - International conference on joint planing of future investment in Health & Care Sector

The International conference on joint planning of future investment in health and care sector was held on Friday, June 10, in Zadar in the organization of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Croatia as Activity 5.5. of the project regarding the Joint planning in health and care sectorIt took place within the framework of the IPA Adrihealthmob project - Model for sustainable mobility in the health and care sector in Croatia implemented by the Ministry of Health in cooperation with the Croatian Institute of Telemedicine and the Croatian Institute of Emergency Medicine.

In addition to the representatives of Croatian institutions, the Conference was attended by the representatives of institutions from the Adriatic cross-border region, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro. The improvement in access to high quality health service, timeliness, efficiency and availability of health services were the highlights of the conference.

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