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David Chikashua

As Business Development Manager, Europe for SurveyHealthcareGlobus, David is the part of the UK Team responsible for the expansion of SHG’s offerings to domestic and international accounts, by providing guidance and expert knowledge in market research services. David comes with the wealth of experience in fieldwork services dedicated to the healthcare and pharmaceutical market research …

Elika Sianpour

Elika Sianpour is Account Manager for the European division of SurveyHealthcareGlobus, employing her extensive knowledge of bidding and feasibility to oversee multi-market sales to the EU sector. Joining in 2019, she has cultivated more than 10 years of experience within the market research industry, into a rewarding and successful career rising through the ranks of …

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MEXICO Mexico’s national healthcare system is made up of two primary paths. The IMSS system is part of the national Social Security process and was designed for employees across the country. Employees and employers are mandated to contribute to the IMSS plan every month and those funds are augmented by funds from the Federal Government. …

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BRAZIL The healthcare system in Brazil is made up of both private and government institutions. The Brazilian public healthcare system is known as the “United Health System” or SUS (Sistema Único de Saúde.) and healthcare is a constitutional right. Prior to reforms in 1988, only citizens who contributed to the social security system were able …

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POLAND Healthcare services in Poland have been financed, supervised, and controlled by the Ministry of Health, the National Health Fund (NHF) and local governments since 2003. The Ministry of Health plays a key role in determining the health policy of the country, financing and implementing health programmes, financing some highly specialized services, scientific research, and …

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SWITZERLAND The Swiss healthcare system is universal and of a high standard. Everyone living in Switzerland must have basic health and accident insurance (Soziale Krankenversicherung / Assurance Maladie / Assicurazione-Mallatie) to receive treatment. Unlike other European countries, the Swiss healthcare system is not tax-based or financed by employers. Instead, it is paid for by the …

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BELGIUM The Belgium healthcare system is mainly organised on two levels: The federal and regional levels. Responsibility for healthcare policy is shared between the federal government, the Federal Public Service Social Security, the National Institute for Sickness and Disability Insurance (INAMI), and the Dutch-, French-, and German-speaking Community Ministries of Health. The federal government is …