On Fri, Apr 29, 2011 at 4:13 AM, Colpaert, Peter
I'd be more than happy to tell you guys how health care is done in Belgium, but you'll have to help me.
I don't know anything about how everything is financed and how it works, so the only thing I could do is answer specific questions, such as "how much does it cost when you go to your family doctor for a consult", etc.
Feel free to ask, I'll do my best to answer.
Software Engineer - PLM Development Team
Philips Consumer Luminaires
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Subject: [CPF0000] How others do it.
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OK. Fair enough. I would be very interested in getting facts on how
its done in other countries, without the judgments of us Americans as
good, bad, tall, or short.
There are several on this list who have real experience with how other
countries do some things, and it would seem really useful to listen to
their experiences on those things.
One specific area is health care in their country and in the countries
neighboring them that they might be familiar with.
Hopefully we can listen, ask questions, and try to learn. Hopefully we
can do it without name calling and wild statements.
Lets see... Norm is in Australia, Peter is in Belgium, Dave is in
England... are there others?
Or am I just whistling in the wind?
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