Discount online Pharmacy – Purchase Discount Medicines Online

With booming growth of e-commerce, online pharmacy is catching the attention of millions of people throughout the world. With hectic schedules in life, people are facing shortage of time and in such a situation, it is an amazing way of obtaining desired medicine without leaving home, without visiting a doctor.

To define, it is a legitimate pharmacy site on the Internet that provides its customer prescription medicine conveniently and in complete privacy. They are monitored by state pharmaceutical board and are abided by some legal and ethical principles. Initially, online pharmacy was established for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved medication targeting quality healthcare but nowadays, there are numerous such pharmacies that are selling inefficient quality, contaminated and counterfeit drugs. Continue reading

Iceland health tourism takes step closer at Asbru

1186278_weight_scale_Iceland’s innovation centre and community of education and entrepreneurs, Asbru, has taken another step closer to establishing world-class medical facilities for the whole world to enjoy.

The Asbru community, at the old NATO airbase next to Iceland’s Keflavik International Airport, will become home to a brand new international health services centre, according to the new Term Sheet jointly signed by the Keflavik Airport Development Corporation (Kadeco) and Iceland Health. Continue reading

University of Edinburgh chooses Gael to support Quality Management System at new imaging centre

The University of Edinburgh has chosen Gael Ltd to support the Quality Management System (QMS) at a new Clinical Research Imaging Centre (CRIC), to help them prepare for a license from the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).

Established as a partnership between the University of Edinburgh’s Queen’s Medical Research Institute (QMRI) and the University Hospitals Division of Lothian NHS Board, the new centre will hold state-of-the art equipment to give patients access to one of the world’s most advanced diagnostic facilities, increasing access and capacity to more clinical research projects.

As Document Control and Audit Management are key requirements to comply with industry regulations, the award winning compliance management software from Gael – Q-Pulse, will not only improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the centre’s internal document management system, but also help establish a framework to maintain and improve how quality activities are managed, enabling CRIC to obtain and maintain an MHRA license. Continue reading