Question: In the Czech Republic people are not directly charged for

In the Czech Republic, people are not directly charged for doctor visits or hospital stays. In-deed, the country’s constitution says that “citizens have on the basis of public insurance the right to free medical care and free medical aids under the conditions defined by the law.” Nonetheless, the Czech government recently introduced a charge of $ 1.85 per doctor visit and $ 4.00 per day in the hospital [Kulish, 2008, p. A9]. How will this policy affect the efficiency of health care provision in the Czech Republic?

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