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Hungarian government to up GP practices financing by over 400 euros

Hungarian government to up GP practices financing by over 400 euros

The government will increase the financing for general practitioners by a monthly 130,000 forints (EUR 421) both this year, starting on June 1, and in 2018, the state secretary for health care said on Thursday.

Zoltán Ónodi-Szűcs said that next year’s increase will come into effect on March 1.

Bence Rétvári, state secretary at the human resources ministry, said that supporting general practitioners was a top priority for the government, and noted that their practices have now received the same, 130,000 forints increase for the fourth year.

Back in 2010, the annual financing for a family physician’s practice, covering wages and utilities, was 10.5 million forints on average. By now, that amount has increased to 16.2 million forints due to the extra financing, Rétvári said.

 

Source: MTI

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