November 23, 2017

62 % of Romanian patients make informal payments to medical staff

A new survey commissioned by the Aspen Institute Romania shows that the level of informal payments in Romania’s healthcare system is rampant. More and more patients are paying bribes in the public sector although such payments have also been made in private healthcare chains. Thus, in order to get more attention during treatment, 62 % of the respondents admitted to making informal payments or giving gifts to medical staff. Most of the payments were made in public sector institutions – 83 %, while the private sector had 7%. 10% of the respondents declined to say where they paid the bribe. The survey was carried online and had a sample of 1,154 respondents.

Source: Business-Review (read more)

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