Switzerland - Worries about privatisation surgical care - March 31, 2018

Global union Public Service International (PSI) expressed its concerns about the recently issued tenders by Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève for private ‘partners’ to run its ambulatory operation services, through a public-private partnership. In a solidarity letter to Swiss union Syndicat des Services Publics (SSP), the general secretary of PSI states that the public-private partnership is a ‘surreptitious introduction of privatisation of surgical care’.

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