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Ley 8/2000, de 30-11-2000, de ordenación sanitaria de Castilla-La Mancha (Law 8/2000, of 30 November, health management of Castilla-La Mancha)

Castilla-La Mancha government Cortes de Castilla La Mancha Country Resources General Health Legislation Castilla-La Mancha 27 February 2001 Policy document health service, health system

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Law that creates the Castilla-La Mancha Health Service as responsible for the provision and management of health services. The law consists in 85 articles, and it is structured in 9 titles, 3 transitory dispositions, 1 derogatory disposition and 2 final dispositions.

Ley que crea el Servicio de Salud de Castilla-La Mancha como responsable de la provisión de servicios y encargado de la gestión de centros, servicios y establecimientos sanitarios. Su propia configuración jurídica, como organismo autónomo, refuerza el carácter integrador del Sistema, dotándolo de los recursos técnicos necesarios para conseguir una gestión eficaz y una integración más ordenada en el momento de asumir las transferencias de las competencias en materia de asistencia sanitaria de la Seguridad Social. La Ley consta de 85 artículos, se estructura en 9 títulos y contiene además 3 disposiciones transitorias, 1 disposición derogatoria y 2 disposiciones finales.

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