According to the business results of Croatian entrepreneurs in 2018, ranked according to the NUTS-2 level, in total there were 82.243 entrepreneurs in Continental Croatia, and 48.874 in Adriatic Croatia, according to FINA data. As expected, a larger number of entrepreneurs operated in Adriatic Croatia in the area we colloquially call tourism, and consequently there were more employees, 28.908 in Continental Croatia, and 46.242 in Adriatic Croatia, higher revenues (2,4 times higher than in income of entrepreneurs in tourism in Continental Croatia), the profit for the period is 3,5 times higher than in entrepreneurs in tourism in Continental Croatia and the calculated 43,7% higher average monthly net salary of employees in entrepreneurs in Adriatic Croatia compared to those in Continental Croatia . Source: Fina The average monthly net earnings of persons in paid employment in Adriatic Croatian enterprises (HRK 5.430) were 2,8% lower than the average monthly calculated earnings of persons in paid employment at the level of all Croatian enterprises (HRK 5.584), and in the case of continental Croatian tourism enterprises the average the monthly salary (HRK 3.778) was 32,3% lower, according to FINA data. In terms of total revenues in Adriatic Croatia, the best are PLAVA LAGUNA dd, MAISTRA dd and VALAMAR RIVIERA dd, and in Continental Croatia HUP-ZAGREB dd and GLOBALNA HRANA doo Source: Fina In Adriatic Croatia, the most successful entrepreneur in the industry was PLAVA LAGUNA dd, which reported a net profit of HRK 308,4 million (17,5% of net profit in the area of activity I in the Republic of Croatia). MAISTRA dd is in second place with a net profit of HRK 282,8 million (16,1% of net profit in the area of activity I in JH). The most successful entrepreneur in terms of the amount of reported profit for the period in the field of activity I – Provision of accommodation and food preparation and serving, in Continental Croatia was HUP – ZAGREB dd which showed HRK 79,2 million (share of 42,8% in net profit in the field And in KH). In second place is GLOBALNA HRANA doo with HRK 38,3 million profit for the period (share of 20,7% in net profit in the area of activity I in KH). Interestingly, the monthly net salary in tourism is lower on average Out of the total number, 5.701 entrepreneurs were in the field of activity I – Providing accommodation and food preparation and serving, which had their registered office in Continental Croatia (share of 6,9% in the total number of entrepreneurs in Continental Croatia), and 6.392 entrepreneurs in Adriatic Croatia (share of 13,1% in the total number of entrepreneurs in Adriatic Croatia).
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Batesville, IN— The Indiana State Medical Association is proud to announce that past president David Welsh, MD, MBA, was re-elected to the American Medical Association (AMA) Council on Science and Public Health. In addition, Welsh has been named to the council’s executive committee.Dr. Welsh is a practicing general surgeon affiliated with Margaret Mary Health in Batesville, Ind., and Decatur County Memorial Hospital in Greensburg. His nearly 40 years of medical training have been critical to his work serving the community as Ripley County health officer. Since the outbreak of COVID-19, Welsh has been a leading voice in southern Indiana’s fight against the coronavirus.“We wish to congratulate Dr. Welsh, who was chosen once again by his peers for this prestigious position within the American Medical Association,” said ISMA Executive Vice President Julie Reed, JD. “Dr. Welsh has been a champion of medicine for the Hoosier State and for Ripley County. We look forward to his continued contributions guiding the future of health care at the national level on behalf of the AMA.”The AMA Council on Science and Public Health consists of 12 physicians who advise on policies through scientific evidence that can improve patient care, promote medical progress and enhance public health.“I am honored and humbled to be re-elected to the AMA Council on Science and Public Health,” said Dr. Welsh, who was first elected to the post in 2016. “I appreciate the trust that my fellow physicians have placed in me to help AMA meet its critical goals over the next four years.”Welsh serves as chair of the AMA Organized Medical Staff Section Governing Council and is a past chair of the Joint Commission Hospital Professional and Technical Advisory Committee. In 2014, Welsh represented the AMA at the World Medical Association Leadership and Advocacy meeting in Singapore.Welsh has served as a governor of the American College of Surgeons, which honored his service with the Arthur Ellenberger Advocacy Award for Excellence in State Advocacy. He was elected president of the Indiana State Medical Association in 2008 and has also served on the ISMA Commission on Legislation and as chair of the Board of Trustees.After graduating cum laude from the University of Notre Dame, Welsh earned his medical degree from the Indiana University School of Medicine and completed his residency program at Good Samaritan Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio.