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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Monday, 01.09.2014, 21:39

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Negotiations between health care professionals and hospitals in Estonia without progress

Negotiations between health care professionals and hospitals in Estonia without progress

01.09.2014

Negotiations between health care professionals’ organisations and the Association of Hospitals are proceeding with great difficulties as parties find it difficult to find common ground, writes LETA/Postimees Online.

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Latvian government agrees on extra EUR 5.5 mln for healthcare

Latvian government agrees on extra EUR 5.5 mln for healthcare

27.08.2014

Yesterday, the government of Latvia approved allocating an additional EUR 5.5 million for healthcare from the Finance Ministry's budget subprogram "Government Debt Management", reports LETA.

Keris: EUR 40 mln for healthcare is a "modest promise"

Keris: EUR 40 mln for healthcare is a "modest promise"

26.08.2014

Valdis Keris, the head of the Latvian Trade Union of Health and Social Care Employees, opined during an interview on LTV this morning that Prime Minister Straujuma's proposed EUR 40 million for the healthcare field is a "modest promise that will not solve the problems", reports LETA.


Anti-cancer drug with active ingredient invented in Latvia approved in U.S.

Anti-cancer drug with active ingredient invented in Latvia approved in U.S.

26.08.2014

At the beginning of July 2014, the United States Food and Drug Administration authorized the use of a new anti-cancer drug in medicine, the active ingredient of which was invented and synthesized in Latvia, the head of the Latvian Institute of Organic Synthesis, Ivars Kalvins informed LETA.

Latvian healthcare needs additional EUR 40 mln in 2015

Latvian healthcare needs additional EUR 40 mln in 2015

22.08.2014

The next government of Latvia will have to additionally allot at least EUR 40 million to the healthcare sector in 2015, Prime Minister Laimdota Straujuma (Unity) told the press representatives yesterday, cites LETA.

14.08.2014

Several Latvian state hospitals could keep their entire 2013 profits

The Ministry of Health has turned to the government asking it to allow six medical institutions to use their 2013 profits to cover the cost of healthcare services guaranteed by the state, while another hospital wants to use its profit to cover its government-underwritten loan, informs LETA.

13.08.2014

Ministry: no Estonian citizens live in Ebola outbreak areas

The Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that as far as they know, no Estonian citizens are permanently residing in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.

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