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Dr. E. Zhelev: There is no chaos in the prices of medicines

Submitted on Friday, 6 March 2009No Comment
Dr. E. Zhelev: There is no chaos in the prices of medicines

“There is no chaos in the pricing of medicines in Bulgaria”, said the minister of healthcare Evegenii Zhelev in the city Shumen. He also commented, that the question is connected with the execution of contract engagements between pharmacies.

“All contract partners of the healthcare fund have signed annexes that they have to follow,” explained the minister. “The goal is to lower the prices of medicines”.

“I think that by the end of March the Operative program “Regional development” will be set in motion. The healthcare ministry is among it’s beneficiaries”, said minister Zhelev and reminded that through projects, the field will absorb 150 million leva.

The minister of healthcare met part of the staff of the Multiprofile hospital for active treatment in Shumen. He discussed current issues of the medical facility with them.

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