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Singapore Healthcare – Synergy of Public and Private Responsibilities

Since 2013 the Government of Georgia has been implementing the universal health program and its financial component grows every year. The opposition wing representatives frequently criticize the program. They urge the Government to revise the program’s intent  and determine the list of services more precisely. The opponents mainly criticize the …

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June Records Slight Decline in Price of First Aid Kit

The Healthcare Platform nongovernmental organization has published a report on list and prices of medications of the first aid kit, following reports for baby and children medicine kits. The organization has explored the price and composition of the first aid kid as part of the Pharma Monitoring program. The organization …

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Live Chain for Supporting Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis

Members of the Rheumatoid Arthritis Union organized a campaign ‘Everything is in Our Hands”. The patients aim to reach every member of the community with an important message. They are requesting funding for treatment of rheumatoid arthritis for adult citizens. With signatures collected through an online petition, the campaign participants …

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Georgia Records Highest Death Rate because of Air Pollution

“Air pollution level makes Georgia the deadliest country in the world”, this alarming report was published by the International Energy Agency, under which Georgia surpasses China, India, Russia and Nigeria in terms of death records caused by air pollution. The Government officials name several solutions to improve air pollution indicators …

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First Aid Medicine Kit Price Declines by 5.9%

The Healthcare Platform continues publishing the list and prices of medicine kits that are interesting and necessary for customers of various groups. The organization has explored the list and prices of first aid medications. The research was conducted in four leading and major pharmacy networks. As compared to the previous …

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