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Solutions needed to help SA’s ailing healthcare sector

Key players within the industry have used the blame game in the face of escalating problems.

Healthcare in South Africa is facing several significant problems and can even be said to be in a crisis. However, the South African Association of Anaesthesiologists (Sasa) believes the solution lies in better collaboration between the different parties in the healthcare sector.

Solutions needed to help SA’s ailing healthcare sector
Solutions needed to help SA’s ailing healthcare sector

Solutions needed to help SA’s ailing healthcare sector

Key players within the industry have used the blame game in the face of escalating problems.

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