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Greek State Outstanding Debt to Individuals Reaches €5.05 Bln

Greek government and public sector debt to individuals rose to 5.05 billion euros in May, from 4.96 billion in April, according to figures released...

ICAP: Private Health Services Sector Continues to Shrink in Greece

Greece's private health services market size shrank for the fourth successive year in 2016, a survey by ICAP Group SA on Private Health Services,...

Health Ministry Announces Downward Revisions for Diagnostic Tests

On Wednesday, the Greek Health Ministry announced downward revisions in the pricing of a series of diagnostic tests and other medical procedures in order...

State Debts to Private Sector in Greece Delay up to 4 Years

While the Greek state is pressing on debtors to repay their dues, state debts to the private sector take up to four years to...

Greek Gov’t Taps on State Organization Fund Reserves for Liquidity

The Greek government is tapping on state organization fund reserves for liquidity, asking that the organizations transfer reserves to the Bank of Greece. The unemployment...

Number of Unvaccinated Children in Greece Rises due to Economic Crisis

The Greek branch of Doctors of the World reported in a recent press conference that more than 250,000 children in Greece do not have...

Greek Doctors’ Union Announces Work Stoppage

Greek Doctors’ Union (EOPYY) announced it will commit to a work stoppage until doctors get paid the money they are owed. The doctors will reconsider their strategy on August 7. "Under complete...

Greece Owes 1.2 Bln Euros to Pharmaceutical Companies

Reuters reported that crisis-stricken Greece owes a total of 1.2 billion euros to multinational pharmaceutical companies, according to the statement of a senior executive...

Minister Presents Electronic EOPYY Health Insurance File

Greek Health Minister Makis Voridis presented an electronic Health Insurance File for each individual patient covered by Greece 's National Organization for the Provision...

Greeks Are Turning to Private Health Insurance

A nationwide survey has revealed that a large number of Greeks are seeking some form of private health insurance due to lack of state...

Shocking Shortage of Doctors on Greek Islands

While millions of tourists are flooding the Greek islands, a shortage of doctors, nurses and technical equipment proves once again that residents and visitors...

Troika Calls for Increased Use of Generic Drugs

The Troika representing Greece's lenders once again called for increased use of generic over brand-name patented medication in the country, during a meeting with...

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