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Poland govt approves draft law on e-health

Friday 12 July 2019 | 16:00 CET | News

Polish government has approved a draft law on electronic health, reports Telepolis.pl. If the document is adopted, Polish residents will be able too use electronic prescriptions and to register for a visit to physicians on the mobile application mObywatel (mCitizen). The draft document was prepared by the Ministry of Health. It will now go for deliberations to parliament.

Almost 300,000 people currently use the mObywatel mobile application in the country. The application is free. 

 



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Countries: Poland
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