Healthcare improvement in Georgia continues with the implementation of an action plan to strengthen the primary healthcare system and provide equal access to services throughout the country.
In a recent two day event, healthcare reform achievements were discussed and future measures set in place by the Georgian government, working together with the WHO along with international partners and experts.
“With this reform, primary healthcare actually becomes an advanced link in the entire system, ensuring continuity of patient treatment and equal access to it throughout the country”, says Tamar Gabunia,the First Deputy Minister at the Ministry of IDP’s from the Occupied Territories, which is responsible for regulating the healthcare system in Georgia.
“It’s wonderful to see the face of Georgian healthcare completely changing for the better”, responds COREX Logistics Country Head in Georgia. “Recent changes, including the implementation of this action, will ensure greater accessibility to vital healthcare to all Georgian patients. We’ve come so far already — it’s great to see that primary healthcare will become a vital cog in the wheel of a much improved system in Georgia”.
COREX Logistics is a supply and logistics company with headquarters in Ireland, working with pharma and patients to facilitate improved healthcare worldwide.
Our expert international team works across an 80-country network, specialising in the EMEA region, providing the latest in clinical trial logistics technology and systems, cold-chain delivery, temperature-controlled transportation and storage services. From sourcing, procurement and customs clearance, to labelling, returns and destruction, we cover every link in the supply chain. We also run an established Named Patient Programme and provide Patient-Oriented services. With extensive knowledge and on-the-ground insight into our markets, we create innovative solutions with the ultimate goal of improving the lives of patients.