In the midst of the strong dispute with the City of Buenos Aires over restrictive measures to contain the second wave of coronavirus, Axel Kicillof, governor of the province of Buenos Aires, met with Claudio Belocopitt, president of the Argentine Union of Health Entities and owner of Swiss Medical Group.
“There are no beds left. We are trying to improve the coordination mechanisms so that the system acts in a coordinated way. We have looked for solutions where the Province can participate, being helped by the prepaid sector of Argentina, “said the Buenos Aires president in a press conference after the meeting.
Although he recognized that his objective was not to “argue with anyone,” he affirmed that the hospitals and clinics of the Province began to deal with patients from the City, in a clear criticism of the management of the health situation by Horacio’s management Rodríguez Larreta.
“Our private system is available to coordinate with the prepaid system to create new capabilities that we did not have and are lacking,” Kicillof added.
Claudio Belocopitt, president of the Argentine Health Union and owner of Swiss Medical. Worried about the occupation of beds. Photo juan foglia.
For his part, the businessman also expressed his concern about the “critical situation” of the health system and asked to articulate mechanisms to achieve a better use of the bed system in private clinics.
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