Poll: 49 percent of Czechs happy with state of health care system

Almost 50 percent of Czechs are satisfied with the state of the Czech health care sector, a new poll conducted by the CVVM agency has revealed. The number is the highest since 2002. According to the polling firm, the results may reflect the recalling of a fairly unpopular doctors’ fee of 30 crowns per visit. According to the poll 18 percent remain unsatisfied with the state of Czech healthcare. According to the survey, 73 percent of those queried see as most problematic issues in public financing, followed by the functioning of Czech insurance companies, and issues in the sale of medicines.

Author: Jan Velinger