Conflicts and interests are the two sides of the same coin. Social dialogue function is to be institutionalised if conflicts come into existence in connection with different interests. The changes in health care system require to take into consideration different groups' interests so as to limit open conflicts occurring. Existing social dialogue institutions, especially Tripartite Commission, are not used to regulate conflicts around functioning of the public health care system. The main negotiations is held without social dialogue institutions conducting to dysfunction of the public health care. The aim of this article is to show how we can control the conflicts in order to secure the interest groups be articulated in social dialogue institutions
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