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Supervisory Board to monitor resources of health insurance fund

by October 7, 2016 Health

T. Duisenova presented the draft law of Kazakhstan “On amendments and additions to some legislative acts of Kazakhstan on compulsory social health insurance.”

The draft law introduces amendments and additions to the Law “On Education” on transfer of health care functions, enrolled in institutions of secondary education without day and night stay, to health institutions.

“From January 1, 2018, the state will allocate in the Foundation for children. The organizational changes will be made due to transfer of the medical school. Medical centers that are currently in the education system will be substructure department of medical centers. Health care providers will be trained and certified and included in state clinics,” T. Duisenova informed.

The head of MHSD of Kazakhstan also emphasized that the competent authority in implementation of OSMS system, under the current legislation, is the Ministry of Health and Social Development of the republic.

“In terms of who will manage the Fund of, currently we are considering the issues related to the management of compulsory medical insurance fund: most likely, it will be the Board of Directors, the Supervisory Board with the participation of heads of the Ministries of National Economy, Finance and Health and Social Development,” T. Duisenova said answering the question of the deputy.

It should be reminded that on November 18, 2015, the President of Kazakhstan signed the Law of Kazakhstan “On compulsory social health insurance,” developed within implementation of 80 Step of the plan of the nation – 100 steps to implement 5 institutional reforms of the Head of State.

State program of healthcare development “Densaulyk” for 2016-2019, approved by Presidential Decree on 15 January 2016, provides further development of medical school in the health system to promote and protect the health of school-age children, meet the needs of students in high-quality and accessible health care.

Source: The Prime Minister of Kazakhstan