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All western countries face the increasing problem of providing an answer to the population's health needs.
Countries like Germany, France and Great Britain addressed the problem of the limited availability of public funds and the need for a correct allocation thereof, by facilitating the balanced participation of different providers, both in the matter of management and financing.
Italy as well has seen an intervention seeking to rationalise the system aiming at reducing expenditure through the conversion of health structures into enterprises.
Today's meeting aims at examining how the matter is addressed in the four most important European countries.