Cyprus’ landmark General Healthcare System will post a surplus of €80 mln in its first year of full operation, according to the Health Insurance Organisation (HIO) which manages the scheme. Athos Tsinontides
Income to implement Cyprus’ landmark General Healthcare System (GHS) from March 1 until October 2019 increased by €20 million, while expenditure fell by €50 mln compared to initial projections. In statements to
The second phase of the General Health Scheme introduced last June comes a step closer to being realised as private hospitals and clinics have come to an initial agreement with the government.
Cypriot EU Commissioner for Health and Food Safety Stella Kyriakides vowed to touch the lives of all EU citizens as the issues covered in her remit are every-day concerns from fighting cancer