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Ukrainian hospitals procure medicines for prices up to 4 times higher than international organizations
Anti-Corruption Action Center presents a report with the results of monitoring of procurements of medicines for cancer patients by international organizations and through the Prozorro system.
Recent decision of the specialized anti-corruption prosecution to close the criminal case against Svyatoslav Protas, chief sanitary doctor of Ukraine – unwarranted.
The Anti-corruption Prosecution says “no” to international procurement of medicines and says “yes” to Dr Protas
The question of selectivity in proceedings may rather indicate “unhealthy” symptoms in the newly established anti-corruption authority, the Specialiazed Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office.
After Counterintelligence of SSU “Dialysis” Case Was Taken By Military Prosecutors And They Also Turned Against It – Investigation
The court granted temporary access to investigator of the Chief Military Prosecutor’s Office to the procurement documents for the purchase of supplies for peritoneal dialysis by Vinnytsia Hospital named after Pyrohiv from LLC “Diavita”.
Lexus, Mercedes, 2 thousand square meters of real estate in the capital and millions of UAH in cash. All of this is not about MPs or ministers. These are the declarations of the Chief Physicians of central and district hospitals.
Counterintelligence turned into pharmacists and began to explain to the Ministry of Healthcare and international organizations UNICEF and UNDP, which medicines should be bought on public expense, and which – not. For this reason, SSU started to call cancer patients and doctors in for interrogation.
International organizations saved Ukraine 620 million UAH during procurement of medicines in 2015 – Analytical Report of AntAC
This is about 40% of all funds transferred to international organizations, UNDP, UNICEF, and Crown Agents, who carried out pilot projects on medicine procurement in 2015 for the Ministry of Health of Ukraine.
International organizations and with them – seriously ill with hemophilia and child oncology, trapped suppliers using intermediary companies, who won tenders for the supply of medicines and for a month now haven’t signed the contracts.