A number of state doctors are considering whether they should go into private practice once the National Health Scheme (Gesy) kicks in.
Soteris Koumas, head of the state doctors’ union Pasyki, spoke of ‘turmoil’ among physicians due to uncertainty over their pay under the scheme.
He was speaking after a meeting on Tuesday with the health minister, focusing on state doctors’ status under Gesy.
Private-sector general practitioners would be able to opt-in to a contractual agreement with the Gesy.
Asked whether some state...