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Ley 8/2000, de 30-11-2000, de Ordenación Sanitaria de Castilla-La Mancha (Law 8/2000, of November 30, 2000, of Sanitary ordination in Castilla la Mancha)

Castilla-La Mancha government Cortes de Castilla La Mancha Country Resources General Health Legislation Castilla-La Mancha 27 February 2001 Legislation/regulation health facility, health service

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Law that sets the Health System in Castilla-La Mancha, defined as a set of functions, performances, and health care centers dependent on public authorities which has as its ultimate goal the improvement of health, being the elements universal coverage, public funding, and the only public insurance, public management, the holistic concept of health care and the mainly public provision.

Ley que configura el Sistema Sanitario de Castilla-La Mancha, definido como conjunto de funciones, actuaciones, centros y servicios sanitarios dependientes de los poderes públicos a ellos vinculados que tiene como objetivo último la mejora del nivel de salud, y del que son elementos esenciales la cobertura universal, la financiación pública, el aseguramiento único y público, la gestión pública, la concepción integral de la atención sanitaria y la provisión mayoritariamente pública.

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