Cyprus Mail
Cyprus

Ministry gives two days for decision over health appointments

covermof keravnos
Finance Minister Makis Keravnos

The finance ministry said on Wednesday it will decide within the next two days whether or not to approve the opening of 56 new job positions at the Health Insurers’ Organisation (HIO).

The HIO had included the 56 new positions in its budget for 2024, though such matters are subject to the finance ministry’s approval.

The announcement of the impending decision was made by the ministry following a meeting between Finance Minister Makis Keravnos and high-level members of the HIO.

Sources told the Cyprus News Agency (CNA) that Keravnos “gave reassurances that he supports and will support Gesy,” and that his ministry’s “first priority is ensuring the viability and operation of a modern health system, which will the meet people’s expectations.”

They added that the meeting was held “in a very good atmosphere”, and that the HIO’s representatives were “given the opportunity to detail their positions” regarding the 56 planned job openings.

Follow the Cyprus Mail on Google News

Related Posts

Patients’ rights often violated – OSAK

Jonathan Shkurko

Cypriot capital markets to benefit from EMTN dual-listing

Kyriacos Nicolaou

Fire brigade to hire 259 new recruits

Tom Cleaver

Nicosia praises Euro-Turkish relations linked to Cyprob

Jonathan Shkurko

Daily News Briefing

Staff Reporter

Fire Service responded to 43 incidents in the last 24 hours

Jonathan Shkurko