Can we tell reality from simulation in the 21st century? Perhaps, virtual reproduction of reality is a new stage of humanity’s natural development. Our life garden is being absorbed by simulation, and people – trees – are merely a projection.
We are back from the Outsource People 2019 Kyiv where over a thousand top executives, sales managers and marketologists of IT service companies left the virtual reality for a bit to find new partners and discuss best business practices.
At the end of July, a competition was held to form the Public Oversight Board of the National Healthcare Service of Ukraine (NHSU). In order to participate, civic organizations dealing with the protection of patients' rights and freedoms, circulation of medicines and other social issues in the field of healthcare nominated their candidates.
Mergers and acquisitions in the Ukrainian IT sector are rarely public. Because of this, it may seem to many that the market is dead and that you can only buy or sell a company abroad. This is not the case: although it’s not particularly frequent, companies are still bought and sold in Ukraine. You can go about such a deal in several ways.
In September-October of this year Kharkiv will be hosting the second national Biennale of Young Art. Over one and a half months, exhibitions, discussions and lectures will be organized at more than ten locations, many of which have never before hosted contemporary art projects.
The medical reform has stirred up the market and inspired many doctors to start a private practice. Now primary healthcare doctors can count on guaranteed income from the National Healthcare Service offering their patients free injections under the state program, issuing sick leave certificates and prescriptions for Accessible Medicines, etc.