Leading clinics in South Korea. Cost of treatment and patient reviews (part 3)
Diagnosis and treatment in clinics in Korea In all Korean clinics, various types of diagnostic Check-Up programs are provided for foreign patients, thanks to which it is possible to obtain…

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Get a modern and effective treatment in Belarus (part 1)
Medical tourism in Belarus is becoming more popular with foreign patients every year. The medicine of this country attracts with affordable prices, highly qualified medical care, effective rehabilitation programs, and…

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Treatment in Sweden - a modern approach (part 4)
Leading specialists from Sweden In Sweden you can find a huge number of highly qualified specialists with many years of experience and knowledge of their field, regularly exchanging experience with…

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Personal medical book (part 2)

If an organization deals with a licensed and accredited healthcare institution when issuing medical books for its employees, all costs associated with paying for medical examinations of employees, as well as hygienic training and certification with the issuance of personal medical books, can be attributed to the expenses of the organization.

If there is no license and / or accreditation, then such expenses at the first fiscal check will be attributed to profit with all the ensuing consequences (penalties for non-payment of taxes, penalties, etc.). Continue reading

5 rules for refunding treatment in Russia. Is it possible to compensate money for treatment abroad? (part 2)
Reimbursement of medicines is possible provided that: own funds were used to pay for medications for own treatment or for the treatment of close relatives prescribed by a doctor, while…

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Treatment in Switzerland - quality and effectiveness (part 2)
Treatment in Switzerland treatment in Switzerland Many people are interested in Switzerland in terms of treatment. The treatment here is provided at the highest level. Almost any disease is treated…

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Early hearing screening as part of prevention of speech impairment (part 1)
According to WHO estimates, about 466 million people worldwide experience serious hearing impairment, while another 500 million have less severe impairments, which nevertheless affect their functioning. The forecasts are disappointing,…

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Learn about the possibilities of modern cancer treatment in Germany (part 1)
Oncology has made a huge leap in its development over the past decades, and now cancer is no longer considered an incurable disease - if the disease is detected in…

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