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IBM Helps Government of Slovenia to Build Smart Health Insurance System

New Electronic Health Insurance Card System to be Implemented Across Slovenia LJUBLJANA, Slovenia, May 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The Health Insurance Institute of Slovenia today announced that it will roll out a new electronic health insurance card system based on IBM (NYSE: IBM ) techn...

The Republic of Slovenia Selects Autonomy Meridio for WTO's Health Initiative

Meridio's Records Management Solution Provides Order, Control and Security to the Management of Health Records CAMBRIDGE, England and BELFAST, Northern Ireland, February 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Meridio, an Autonomy company (LSE: AU.)(LSE: AU.L) and a leading provider of Re...

New data on cancer survival in Europe show more patients are cured

...r colorectal cancer, less than 30% were cured in Poland, Czech Republic and slovenia but 49% were cured in France. In Finland, France, Spain and Sweden, about 7... breast cancer, results showed a gap between Poland, the Czech Republic and slovenia and more western European countries of about 10%. "Part of this difference ...

EuroPRevent 09: Changing hearts and minds in the drive to prevent cardiovascular disease

...jor issue" says Professor Perk, "but there is still huge diversity in how individual countries in Europe turn words into action. Some countries - like slovenia have done exceptionally well in their introduction of programmes, while others have made little progress. EuroPRevent 2009 will bring all countries t...

Countries undergoing economic change urged to limit social and health costs for populations

...that adopted a more gradual rate of change fared much better. The five best-performing countries were Albania, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Poland and slovenia which saw a 10% fall in male mortality and only a 2% rise in unemployment. In addition to unemployment, other factors which were found to be associat...

Comparable data on maternal and infant in Europe available for the first time

... Rates of caesarean section ranged from 14% in the Netherlands and 15% in slovenia to 33% in Portugal and 38% in Italy. Instrumental delivery rates ranged from fewer than 3% of all deliveries in Ireland, the Slovak Republic, and slovenia to more than 12% in Portugal and in the Valencia region of Spain. Labour ...

China Shenghuo Announces Additional Roll-Out of '12 Ways' Cosmetics Products to Watsons Stores

...ferent markets include Hong Kong, Mainland China, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Macau, Korea, the Philippines, Turkey, Estonia and slovenia and offers more than 25,000 products in over 1,600 outlets. For additional detail regarding Watsons and its corporate parent A.S. Watson Group, pleas...

Analysis of cancer incidence, mortality and survival combined reveals encouraging European trends

...A paper by Dr Albreht, of the Institute of Public Health of the Republic of slovenia in Ljubljana, and colleagues outlines some of the issues for Europe highlig... cancer in the EU' which was presented at the conference on cancer in Brdo, slovenia in February 2008," he said. Papers in the EJC are adapted from some of the ...

NWO/Spinoza Prize for literature, microbiology, physics and medicine

...Didam) obtained a cum laude degree in physics from the Radboud University Nijmegen in 1976, where he also gained his doctorate in 1982. After stays in slovenia and the United States, he was appointed professor in Nijmegen in 1997. He is the founder and director of the Nijmegen Centre for Advanced Spectroscopy...

Mylan Inc. Acquires Central Eastern European Generics Businesses of Merck KGaA

...announced that it has acquired Merck KGaA's Central & Eastern Europe (CEE) generics businesses, which include operations in Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, slovenia and the Czech Republic. As announced previously, Mylan exercised its option to acquire these businesses as part of the original, October 2007 agreemen...
Slovenia in Biological News

Entrust Expands Relationship with Slovenia, Implements Second-generation ePassport Solution

... Entrust and slovenia to demonstrate interoperability during ePassports ...their first-generation ePassport solution in 2006, slovenia again has selected Entrust, Inc. (Nasdaq: ENTU ) ...Extended Access Control (EAC) standard. With this, slovenia becomes one of the first countries in the world to...

Entrust Continues Leadership by Adding Support for Next-generation E-Passports

...e-passport security for a number of top e-governments in the world, including the U.S., U.K., Slovenia, Singapore and New Zealand. "The Government of slovenia began issuing e-passports in August 2006 and is rapidly incorporating EAC into our systems and processes," said Vladimir Logofetov, Secretary, Informa...
Slovenia in Biological Technology

Kidneys for Transplant Function Earlier and Last Longer When Preserved in a Machine Compared to the Traditional Box of Ice

... Foundation (Eurotransplant) is the international organ exchange organisation for Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Germany, Luxemburg, The Netherlands and slovenia and serves a population of 118 million. In the Eurotransplant area there are currently 10,719 people waiting for a kidney transplant (active w...

Shire Delivers Strong Quarter: Driven by $243m of New Product Sales (+164% YOY Growth). Revenue Guidance Upgrade.

...each and frequency of sales calls covering an additional 22,000 doctors. FOSRENOL - Hyperphosphatemia - Following the launch of the product in slovenia and Switzerland during the second quarter of 2008 and in Malta and Malaysia in July 2008, FOSRENOL is now available in 29 countries. ELAPRASE...

Interleukin Genetics to Present at the 13th International Conference on Periodontal Research

...neth Kornman, Chief Scientific Officer, will present at the 13th International Conference on Periodontal Research (ICPR) on June 6, 2008 in Ljubljana, slovenia on the genetic and environmental factors that control inflammation differences among individuals. The ICPR meeting has been held approximately every t...

Vaccinogen's New Anti-Cancer Vaccine Commercially Available in Europe This Year

...izes a broad portfolio of oncology treatments, will begin distributing the vaccine in Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria and slovenia starting in the third quarter of 2008. Dr. Christian Galli, Director of Business Development of Pharmacenter Hungary noted, "We recognize the excellen...
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