HBI Deals+Insights / Healthcare Reform

Report: Bulgarian Healthcare Market – A private cure for a public problem

Bulgaria is the poorest and most corrupt country in the European Union. It also has a surprisingly large private hospital sector. As in Turkey and Finland, patients are free to use their National Health Insurance Funds to partly pay for private treatment. The public sector appears to be in terminal retreat. Here we profile the top ten players and talk to several CEOs on why and where they see expansion.

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