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No Medical Services on Credit

Private doctors cooperating with Greece’s National Organization for Health Care Provision (EOPYY), decided to stop offering their services on credit as of Dec. 17,...

Greece Owes Taxpayers $3.6 Billion Refunds

With all of some 52.5 billion euros ($69 billion)in coming international loans already earmarked to recapitalize banks and pay back bills, Greece’s General Accounting...

Greek Pharmacists Break Off EOPYY Talks

Theodoros Ambazoglou, head of the Greek pharmacist’s union, said he was unable to reach an agreement with the National Organization for Healthcare Provision (EOPYY)...

Medicines, AIDS Drugs, Run Low in Greece

With Greece running out of cash as it awaits a long-delayed $38.8 billion loan installment from international lenders, hospitals are running out of medicine,...

Blackout in Greek Health System Once Again

Greek pharmacists have stopped giving credit to drugs provided to people insured by EOPYY, Greece's National Organization for Health Care Provision, which owes the drug...

Greek Pharmacists Forced to Stop Prescriptions on Credit

The Pan-Hellenic Pharmaceutical Association, which represents Greece’s 12,000 pharmacies, announced its members will no longer supply drugs prescribed by the country’s National Organization for...

Greek Pharmacists Will Stop Accepting State Insurance

Greek pharmacists, protesting long-overdue unpaid subsidies from the government, on Sept. 1 will again stop accepting prescriptions from Greeks covered by the National Health...

Doctors Threaten Action Over Unpaid Health Bills

ATHENS - Greece’s National Organization for Health Care Provision, known as EOPYY, will be unable to cope with any further cuts to health spending...

Pensioners Protest in Athens and Other Cities for the Drama in the Health Sector

Pensioners rioted in Athens and other Greek cities on Thursday morning against the disappointing situation in the health sector over the last two years. Pensioners...

Medicine Distribution Eventually Back to Normal

The decision of Athens pharmacists to suspend their protests starting today, July 1, as they began to be paid by EOPYY for their April...

‘Blackout’ in Greek Health System

Desperate Greeks heard Friday that public hospitals of the country are lacking in medicine. As a result, people struggling with serious deseases and illnesses...

Pharmacists Warn of Drug Shortage and Strike

Pharmacies in Greece will close on Wednesday as owners protest the fact that social security funds have yet to settle their mounting unpaid drugs...

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