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Social Survey-Campaign – What Hurts?

What hurts?

The social survey-campaign “What Hurts?” was held for Georgian citizens near the Rustaveli and Akhmeteli underground stations in order to outline the current needs in the healthcare sector. Special questionnaires were offered to the citizens for filing it and expressing their position on the current problems and needs in the …

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Georgian Pharmaceutical Companies About Anti-Crisis Plan

Georgian pharmaceutical companies talk about the reasons of dramatic increase of drug prices. “We do not want drug prices to rise, but at the same time it is hard to maintain the company in such conditions, company can hardly exist without any profit,”Founder of Aversi Paata Kurtanidze said. According to pharmaceutical …

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Jean-Elie Malkin: Reaction Showed By the Ministry of Healthcare Towards Virus Was An Expression of Good Management

Jean-Elie Malkin

Jean-Elie Malkin, president of the international consulting company Global Alliance, which supports Georgian Government in implementing several healthcare reforms in the country, made a few comments on the H1N1 virus. For the past couple of months, the Georgian Health Ministry and Global Alliance have been zealously cooperating for the Georgian Health …

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Georgia Develops Healthcare Facilities

Sergeenko Saganelidze

Georgia is taking its steps to develop healthcare clinics throughout the country. Georgia’s Ministry of Healthcare and Partnership Fund carried out negotiations with Austrian healthcare infrastructure and service delivery company Alpha Medic Consortium. Georgia’s healthcare Minister David Sergeenko, together with deputy minister Valeri Kvaratskhelia met with representatives of Partnership fund and …

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