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India Produced Drugs Have High Quality If it is Properly Manufactured

Generic Drugs

The head of international center for endosurgery  Otar Janelidze responded to introduction and import of Generic drugs on Georgian pharmaceutical market. It is important to implement import of high quality drugs on Georgia’s pharmaceutical market, no matter it is a brand or generic drug, it needs to be reliable and …

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What are Generics – Health Minister David Sergeenko Explains

The Ministry of Health plans to implement a new standard in controlling the quality of drugs in Georgia. Consequently, the Ministry considers expanding Generic segment as a prerequisite, for increasing affordability on drugs and encouraging local production. To successfully implement this it is important to set the system of quality control on drugs properly, …

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XXI Century and Healthcare Challenges: Tbilisi Hosted International Health Conference

Bernard Kouchner

The Ministry of Health together with international consulting company Global Alliance hosted, conference-  Healthcare Challenges in the 21st Century. Georgian authorities’ as well Georgian doctors attended the conference. Georgian PM Irakli Garibashvili opened the conference and stressed out the importance of implemented programs in healthcare and for overall welfare of …

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Ex- French Foreign Minister Visits Georgia to Share His Healthcare Experience

Bernard Kouchner’s involvement in Georgia’s health care reforms provides international support and access to a global experience for the country. Former French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner is currently on a working visit to Georgia. French diplomat will hold meetings in Georgia under his mandate of the Chairman of Supervisory Board …

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Georgian Gov’t Takes Steps to Support Maternal and Newborn Health

Georgia is stepping up its efforts to provide better care for pregnant women, new mothers and babies. Monitoring of maternal and newborn health was in focus at the Ministry of Labour, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia today where a new, electronic birth registry system was discussed by health officials in working …

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Jean-Elie Malkin: Antimicrobial Resistance Rationalizes The Use of Antibiotics

Jean-Elie Malkin

President of international consulting company, Global Alliance Jean-Elie Malkin talked about overall healthcare condition in Georgia and outlined Antimicrobial resistance as the way to rationalize the use of antibiotics. “As the president of the Global Alliance, I would like to say we are supporting authorities of Georgia and the Ministry …

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Colorado Could Become the First state with Universal Health Care


A plan to make Colorado the first state to opt out of the federal health law and replace it with universal health care, funded by the taxpayer, is going to be on the Colorado ballot in 2016. Supporters of universal health care gathered 158,831 qualified signatures, which is more signatures than …

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