Deloitte: Poland enters the phase of economic expansion

The divergence of economic moods in Poland...

Two Years On: War in Ukraine and Its Global Impact

On February 24, 2022, a full-scale Russian...

Private Health Insurance on the Rise in Poland

The Number of People Covered by Private Health Insurance Continuously Rises, Reaching 4.8 Million by the End of 2023, Nearly 14% More Than the Previous Year. In 2023, Poles allocated...

Overworked and Understaffed: Polish Healthcare Faces a Crisis

Forty-eight hours a week – that's how much a doctor can work according to...

The healthcare sector is responsible for higher CO2 emissions than aviation. Green changes require drastic acceleration

The health protection sector is significantly affected by the increasing number of extreme climate...

Flu Vaccination Rates in Poland Plummet: Only 5.5% Got Vaccinated This Season

From the beginning of September to March 3, nearly 14 million outpatient consultations were...

Light-Controlled Pacemaker Will Help Patients with Heart Failure. The Device is Ultra-light and Biodegradable

Scientists from Chicago have developed an innovative heart stimulator that operates using light. The...

Ombudsman: In Poland, children and teenagers wait months for psychological help. There is a lack of psychiatrists and psychologists in the public health service

"The rate of suicides and suicide attempts among children and adolescents is on the rise," warns Dr. Marcin Wiącek, the Ombudsman for Citizens' Rights....

Polish Ministry Announces Sweeping Reforms to Address Student Mental Health Crisis

The mental health crisis among students has long been evident in the entire school environment. This is confirmed by recent reports and police statistics...

Japanese researchers are working on a drug for tooth regrowth. Studies on mice ended successfully. Human trials to begin in July

A team of Japanese researchers from multiple scientific centres is working on the development of a tooth-regrowth drug. Laboratory tests on mice and ferrets...

Patients and Doctors Appeal for a National Plan for Rare Diseases. An Updated Strategy is Expected to be Ready by the Second Quarter

The Polish Register of Rare Diseases is the only tangible accomplishment of the strategy implemented in Poland in recent years, according to representatives of...

Alarming Rise in Digital Device Use and Addiction Among Young Children in Poland

Over half of children up to six years old use mobile devices – this is the result of the "Toddler on the Net" study....

The mental health of Polish teenagers is increasingly deteriorating

The mental health of children and adolescents in Poland is deteriorating. - "There is a lack of psychologists in Polish schools, often also a...

AI-powered Diagnostics and Medical Robotics: The Key to the Future of Healthcare

The global healthcare system is grappling with staff shortages, and the deficit of workers is one of the biggest challenges in the sector. In...

Examining the Promise and Reality of a Tooth Regrowth Drug

Recently, a debate has been reverberating in the media about a Japanese scientist's announcement that a drug for tooth growth could be developed within...

Poland Streamlines Oncology Funding But Geographic Barriers Remain

Refund decisions that enable patients to access modern therapies or move the most effective treatments to the first line of treatment are bringing Poland...

Polish Hospitals Lacking Data on Medical Errors, Putting Patients and Staff at Risk

In Poland, comprehensive data is not available regarding the number of medical errors and adverse events in hospitals and health care facilities. This stems,...

Poland’s Looming Medical Staff Crisis: Addressing Shortages and Ensuring Quality Healthcare

The shortage of medical staff has been a continuous problem in Poland over the years. Currently, the deficit is especially noticed among the key...

Aging Society Brings Challenges and Opportunities for Senior Policy

Currently, there are over 7 million people aged 65 and over in Poland. According to the Central Statistical Office (GUS) projections, by 2050, depending...

Innovation Still Lags in Polish Healthcare, Despite Progress

There is no shortage of innovators in the Polish healthcare system who introduce solutions or procedures that put them on the international stage, serving...

Mental Health Reform Moves Forward in Poland

As part of the pilot program, 100 mental health centers are already operating. More facilities will be launched in the first quarter of this...

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