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Over 60% of the healthcare professionals in Bulgaria have consented to disclosing their cooperation with pharmaceutical companies within the initiative “Transparency Builds Trust”

In June 2017 for a second consecutive year   the  pharmaceutical industry in Europe disclosed the transfers of value for research and  development  activities as  well  as  transfers  of  value to healthcare  specialists and  their  professional organizations – supporting  and  organizing  scientific  and  education  events,  registration  fees,  lecturer  fees.

Terms  and  conditions  of  disclosure  are  set  forth  in  the  Code  of  Disclosure  of  the   European  Federation  of Pharmaceutical Industries and  Associations and  the  relevant  National  code  of  ARPharM. Bulgaria as a member of the European family is part of this process.


Solidsoft Reply signs agreement to implement and operate the Bulgarian National Medicine Verification System

Following а robust selection process organised by the Bulgarian Medicine Verification Organisation (BgMVO), Solidsoft Reply, the Reply group company specialising in enterprise strength solutions on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform, has been selected and signed an agreement to implement and operate the National Medicines Verification System in Bulgaria. The Bulgarian Medicines Verification Organisation is a not-for-profit organisation, incorporated in 2016, responsible for the implementation of the EU’s Falsified Medicines Directive (Directive 2011/62/EU).

Memorandum of Cooperation and Partnership

• March 16, 2017
Deputy Prime Minister and Health Minister Dr. Ilko Semerdzhiev, Chairman of the Board of the Association of Research-based Pharmaceutical Manufacturers in Bulgaria (ARPharM) Zoya Paunova and director of ARPharM Deyan Denev have signed a memorandum of cooperation and partnership.
Ministry of Health and the ARPharM will cooperate to ensure access to high quality and effective medicines for Bulgarian citizens. The document provides for the implementation of control and joint inspections by the BDA, National Health Insurance Fund, the National Revenue Agency and the Customs Agency. There will be checked persons trading with medicines in the country and through its borders. It will be monitored the availability of marketing authorizations for medicinal products with compliance to the good distribution practice and the rules for prescribing and selling drugs.
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