This summary is provided by the STA:
Health minister says action at primary level urgent
LJUBLJANA - An emergency law on healthcare that the government adopted this week will be fast-tracked through parliament, possibly as early as next week. Its goal is to calm down the situation in primary care and provide a realistic picture about the capacity of the healthcare system as a whole, Health Minister Danijel Bešič Loredan told the STA. Aside from providing payment for all services performed, the legislation will also improve data on waiting times, he said.
ICT sector increases value added by 10% in 2020
LJUBLJANA - Slovenian ICT companies generated EUR 4.55 billion in revenue in 2020, 2% more than the year before and 34% more that a decade earlier. Their value added reached EUR 1.74 billion, which was 10% more than in 2019, and the number of people working in the sector exceeded 30,000. Data from the Statistics Office shows that over 9,000 companies were registered as ICT companies in 2020, a 3% increase over 2019 and a 67% increase over 2011.