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Romanian pensioners on a monthly income lower than 740 lei (EUR1=RON4.2580) will not pay health insurance contributions this year, National Health Insurance House president Lucian Duta said Sunday. read more...


Romania’s Health Minister Cseke Attila said the ministry will draft a bill regulating the clinical studies doctors in public hospitals perform on patients to test drugs. read more...


Minister of Health Attila Cseke voiced his opinion that 2010 was a hard year for the Romanian health care system. At the stocktaking review of the past year’s activity of the Ministry of Health presented on Thursday to a press conference, the incumbent minister mentioned that despite that, 2010 had been a gain in terms of the reforms initiated in this sector. read more...


Romanian doctors will continue to leave abroad in 2011 as well because the phenomenon cannot be stopped but measures need to be take to at least decrease it, Health minister Cseke Attila declared. read more...


Cătălin Popa, 39, head of the first private hospital in Romania - Euroclinic - has left the helm of the company after five years, being appointed National Director of World Vision Romania, an NGO involved in healthcare projects. read more...


Anima, the medical services division of the biggest group in the Romanian drug industry, A&D Pharma, increased its capital by over 2 million RON (0.5 million euros) in December to 8.8 million RON (2.1 million euros). read more...


A new anti-smoking law was passed on Sunday in Spain, considered one of the toughest ever applied laws in this sector in Europe, Novinite informs. The new law bans smoking in all bars and restaurants, hospital courtyards and schools. read more...


Romania’s Government Tuesday approved an emergency decree directing 60% of the money collected as healthcare contributions to local county health insurance houses and the difference will be used to cover medical services in certain counties and investments for health insurance houses. read more...


Romania’s Government decided Tuesday to lift the exception allowing the opening of drugstores in train stations, airports and shopping centers, a procedure allowed since 2005, citing the already high number of drugstores in urban areas. read more...


At the initiative of the Ministry of Health (MS) Romania’s Government on Thursday approved the emergency ordinance on introducing the national health card, informs an MS release sent on Thursday. read more...




Specialized Parliamentary Committees approved on Thursday, by unanimity the increase of the Health ministry budget to 5% of GDP and accepted all 128 amendments proposed by Senators and Deputies. read more...


Romar group of clinics, with operations on the private healthcare services market, opened two clinics that operate on the platforms Petromidia (Năvodari) and Vega (Ploieşti), refineries that are part of Rompetrol group. read more...


Premier Emil Boc maintains Romania does not have an IT system in the field of healthcare, yet, because all those who managed the sector and handled the release of drugs preferred stealing public funds. read more...


Medical services operator Medas is investing over 5 million euros in a hospital in the Piaţa Victoriei area of Bucharest, with the facility to open at the end of 2011. read more...


Romania's Health Minister said Tuesday evening that pensioners and revolutionaries will be required to pay 5.5% as contribution to the social health insurance system, as of next year, while first-degree relatives of an insured person, without their own income, will remain exempt from contributing. read more...


The spouse or parents of an insured person will no longer be considered insured in the Romanian public healthcare system without paying the required contributions, unless they have a source of income themselves, according to an emergency ordinance amending the Law on healthcare reform. read more...


Romania’s Health Minister Atilla Cseke said Tuesday that the 1.4 billion lei (EUR1=RON4.3006) to be collected from social health insurance contributions on pensions will be used to cover the costs of compensated medicine and finance hospitals. read more...


The Romanian Government decided that pensioners whose monthly income is at least 740 lei (EUR1=RON4.3110) should pay contributions to pubic health insurance, which enlarges the taxation base by 2 million people, Health Minister Attila Cseke said Monday. read more...


Romanian President Traian Basescu and the ruling coalition discussed on Monday whether pensioners should contribute to the social health insurance fund, says daily newspaper "Gandul". read more...



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