A report from the IDIS Foundation warns that if the new health equity law processed by the government prevents concerts between public and private health so that the care for the sick, proposed by Podemos, is closed, the increase in waiting lists could be exponential. Will be Spain should not allow a collaboration tool so efficient to disappear because the risks are many.
On the one hand, the wait for surgery would increase by 102 percent, increasing the time to enter the operating room to an average of 75 days. Something similar will happen in the first medical visit to specialists, and with saturated hospital occupation, or with increased costs in the public system that is close to collapse in some areas. We can be wrong again. The underlying issue is no longer just the handling of our health, but the ideology of a service that must be kept out of any political conflict for obvious reasons.