Federal Antimonopoly Service filed a case against Ministry of Health
Anti-monopolists consider that the department allows violations in system of receipt of licenses for medical activities.
The Federal Antimonopoly Service of Russia (FAS) initiated proceedings against the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation upon violations in system of receipt of licenses for medical activities. As declared in anti-monopoly department, the ministry did not react to earlier issued warnings and did not eliminate violation.
It is specified that proceedings are initiated on signs of violation of the law about protection of the competition.
Earlier it was reported that the warning of FAS was issued to the Ministry of Health in July, 2016. Till November, 2016 the Ministry owed eliminate the revealed violations in system of issue of medical licenses, but did not make it. The FAS once again emphasized that lack of single system of licensed requirements puts the medical organizations in unequal position.
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