Health Minister Constantinos Ioannou said he is stepping down with a sense of pride after his three years at the helm oversaw the landmark General Healthcare System (GHS) and managing the coronavirus
Service providers are being removed from the General Healthcare System (GHS) for trying to scam the state, said the Health Insurance Organisation (HIO). A clinical lab was struck off the GHS list
Cyprus’ General Health Scheme (GHS) was enriched on Tuesday as more providers went on stream, including preventive dental care, out-patient treatment for mental health, physiotherapists, speech therapists, clinical psychologists, and clinical dieticians.
Cyprus’ landmark General Healthcare System (GHS) entered the final stretch this week with the introduction of inpatient care as officials heralded the project a success while pledging to keep the system financially
Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades welcomed as historic the full implementation of the General Health Scheme with the introduction of its final phase on Monday. “It is a really historic day because we
Cyprus’ landmark General Health Scheme entered its final stage on Monday with the introduction of inpatient care as officials heralded the project a success as a majority of private hospitals have joined.
Implementation of the General Healthcare System’s second phase has been postponed for three months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, said Cyprus State Health Organisation acting director, Andreas Papaconstantinou. He told CNA that
Cyprus rolled out a shiny new healthcare delivery service to improve the standard of treatment on every level and, hopefully, rid disparities between the haves and the have nots in medicine. Under
With the General Healthcare System (GHS) Phase II to launch on 1 June Cypriots must increase their contributions to the Health Insurance Organisation (HIO) from 1 March, amid concerns hospitals are not ready. When Phase I – outpatient
The General Healthcare Scheme just got more expensive with patients liable to be charged €25 for visiting a doctor outside normal working hours. The Cyprus Health Insurance Organisation has announced that both