140 participants from five continents united efforts for saving the life and health of premature babies.
Bulgarian lawmakers have agreed to keep health insurance contributions at a level of 8% of the monthly wage.
Medicines for high blood pressure will be free-of-charge as of New Year.
The Supreme Administrative Court has ruled that fingerprint identification in hospitals is not valid.
Sofia City Prosecutor’s Office is preparing an indictment against Health Minister Moskov in relation to the vaccines scandal which took place at the beginning of 2016.
The Health Ministers of Bulgaria and Romania have signed a bi-lateral agreement on negotiating discounts for expensive medicines.
The new system for fingerprint authentication has been introduced in all health facilities in Bulgaria as of November 1.
The Health Ministry intends for every Bulgarian citizen to have access to emergency medical aid within 30 minutes, reported bTV.
The new modern cyclotron at the Institute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy with the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAN) is expected to become operational within two years.
More than 30 transplants have been carried out in Bulgaria since the beginning of 2016.
The National Health Insurance Fund (NZOK) owes over BGN 95 M to European health insurance funds for Bulgarian citizens treated in European Union member-states.
The National Health Insurance Fund (NZOK) will end 2016 with a deficit of about BGN 50 M, which it will transfer and pay via the budget next year.
Two in every three Bulgarians die from cardiovascular diseases, national statistics show.
Bulgaria is among the countries with the least efficient healthcare systems in the world, data published by Bloomberg shows.
Bulgaria has achieved impressive results in the fight against HIV/AIDS, according to Sandra Irbe, Portfolio Manager for Bulgaria at the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, Bulgarian public radio broadcaster BNR reported on Thursday.
Emiliya Kovacheva, the midwife charged with the attempted murder of a 4-year-old baby, has been released on a bail of BGN 1500 (EUR 767).
According to Bulgarian health authorities, the risk of Zika virus spreading to the country has not heightened after the first registered case in Romania.
Bulgaria’s government has approved draft changes to the Health Insurance Act, which regulate the split of state-guaranteed medical care into a basic and a complementary package.
Fingerprint identification in Bulgarian hospitals will be introduced by September 25 at the latest.
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