Report calls for overhaul of social welfare

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2010

The health service in 2020 could see more co-payments, preventative services funded by social bonds and every citizen recieving an annual statement detailing their contributions to and consumption of public services. The HSJ reports on the Commission on 2020 Public Services final report - From social security to social productivity: a vision for 2020 Public Services.

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