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    INTEGRITY: DETERRENT MEASURES MUST BE TAKEN AGAINST UNLICENSED STORES, OFFICES AND PHARMACIES

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    Post by Rocky Wed 23 Nov 2022, 6:37 am

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    [size=38]INTEGRITY: DETERRENT MEASURES MUST BE TAKEN AGAINST UNLICENSED STORES, OFFICES AND PHARMACIES[/size]


    Wednesday, November 23, 2022 11:08 am
    Baghdad / The National News Center
    The Federal Integrity Commission called today, Wednesday, the Ministry of Health and the concerned authorities to monitor unlicensed stores, offices and pharmacies that violate the instructions issued by the Ministry and the Pharmacists Syndicate, and to take deterrent measures against them, in accordance with the law.

    A statement by the Authority’s Prevention Department, received by the National News Center, stated that “a team from the Authority visited the Ministry of Health (the minister’s office, technical affairs and inspection departments, and popular clinics), the Ministry of Finance – the General Authority for Customs, and the Ministry of Trade – the Iraqi Exhibitions Company, in addition to Pharmacists Syndicate; to follow up on the phenomenon of high prices of medicines and medical supplies, and to learn about the measures taken by the Ministry of Health regarding the fulfillment of the notes indicated in the Authority’s report issued last year.” Which forces dealers to import them to smuggle them through the Kurdistan region.”
    The report, sent to the office of the Prime Minister, the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, the Ministers of Health and Commerce, and the Captains of Physicians and Pharmacists, included the need to “create inspection units from the Ministry of Health at the border crossings; to ensure the safety of medicines and their storage conditions, and to enhance control and control of loopholes and informal methods that smugglers may adopt,” calling for “the external audit department in the Integrity Commission to study the large discrepancy between the total amounts of medicines and supplies that were recorded in the calculator of the General Authority of Customs during the year 2021 The amount is (4416636789) dollars, and the total amounts for which import licenses were issued by the Ministry of Commerce amounted to (162940839) dollars during the same period; To find out the real reasons for the discrepancy.
    The report suggested, “The Department of Private Health Institutions and the Syndicates of Physicians and Pharmacists conduct inspection campaigns regarding the commitment of pharmaceutical offices and pharmacies to pricing according to the work outputs of the Drug Pricing Committee, follow-up writing prescriptions by typing machine, confirming that, and following up on defaulters, as well as following up on non-specialized pharmacists and taking action.” deterrent legal measures against them,” urging “the activation of drug control laboratories in Kurdistan, and recognition of the examinations that take place in the region.”
    He pointed to “the importance of activating and supporting the drug control laboratories in Basra and Najaf,” explaining that “the lack of serious activation of the work of the Drug Pricing Committee formed in the Ministry of Health was observed, and its weak role in controlling and monitoring the prices of medicines and medical supplies, and the lack of coverage of drugs in all markets and their distribution outlets.” With drug pricing, as well as weak control procedures and control over the work of pharmacies by the oversight agencies at the Ministry of Health and border crossings.

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