Will increasing the number of students at medical faculties help solve the issue of shortage of doctors in Slovakia?
The maternity ward of the University Hospital in Martin is considered to be the best in Slovakia according to survey among mothers, conducted by the Health Policy Institute.
The average time spent by patients in hospitals should decrease according to a new concept presented by Health Minister Andrea Kalavská (a Smer-SD nominee) on Friday.
The new law on medicines that came into force on the first day of this year has one clear declared goal: to improve patients' access to modern innovative medicines which are usually very expensive.
Most Slovak hospitals are fighting with ageing buidlings and organisational structures that have failed to adjust to demographics. Therefore, plans to build new facilities trigger a wave of emotions.
Without appropriate measures, the healthcare sector will continue producing new debts, writes the Supreme Audit Office (NKÚ) in its annual report for last year. The Office considers the way hospitals a ...
The European Commission has terminated proceedings against three countries - Slovakia, Romania and Poland - regarding measures taken by these countries in order to stop re-exporting medicines.
A new mammography centre opened at the Faculty Hospital in Trnava on Wednesday. The centre has a new digital mammograph, which allows diagnosing early stage breast cancer.
Last year, less money was saved in the health care system than planned, wrote the TASR press agency, citing the report by the Value for Money project, operated by the Finance Ministry. In 2017, €80 mil ...
The Ministry of Health has launched the first phase of debt relief plan for public and private hospitals with 29 health care facilities signing up, according to its spokesperson Zuzana Eliášová.