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The rights and duties of public healthcare providers and their patients are changing radically under the impact of European law. The principles of the internal market increasingly penetrate areas previously thought to be excluded, and now widely affect healthcare services in the public and private sectors.
The foundations for “patient choice” have already been laid by EU legislators and judges, and are directly applicable in European member states, including the UK. The book details the market “freedoms” that now apply to choosing a physician, to the place of treatment, and to obtaining medicinal products.
The book concludes with an overview of the implementation of EU healthcare law in two member states – the UK and Germany. Originally announced with isbn 1904501540