Government cancels plan to cap out-of-pocket medical device costs
Taipei, July 24 (CNA) Taiwan's government on Friday scrapped a plan to cap patients' out-of-pocket expenses on certain special medical devices, saying it would instead focus on offering price comparisons and using non-legal mechanisms to "persuade" healthcare providers who charge significantly above industry norms.
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