Germany's healthcare battles offer lessons, opportunities
The Tennessean, September 24, 2008
A recent delegation of Nashville executives went to Germany, which this summer became the largest economy to achieve universal health coverage, to examine the policy initiatives and explore trading opportunities. The trip coincides with a march by more than 50,000 doctors and nurses, who have not received a raise in more than five years.
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