Small Law of Ispress is an initiative presented by the Government of India Gabriel Boric And it also aims to regulate these private insurers, strengthen health superintendence and modernize the National Health Fund (Fonasa), so it will not only apply to private health networks.
The Senate Health Commission met to continue reviewing the short legislation, which also seeks to make possible the payment of money that Ispress collected in disproportionate amounts and that the Supreme Court ordered last November to return to its allies. was ordered. It is based on an adaptation of the Single Factor Table released in late 2019.
Changes in Fonasa with the Short Rule of Ispress
With the aim of modernizing FONASA, the short legislation proposes the creation of a supplementary coverage modality, based on which system contributors can voluntarily enter into private insurance contracts, mediated by a public body, allowing them access to private providers. Will provide: clinics, medical centers, laboratories and others.
Those beneficiaries of FONASA will be able to access a coverage plan made up of private providers, with guaranteed minimum co-pays through payment of an additional 7% community premium per covered.
In addition, it is proposed that Fonasa will allow insurers to compete in the market for these coverages, however, through a start-up direct contract.
“It has been said that the Project leads to the monopoly of the State, it is not so, the Project does not encourage change. The change that is taking place in the people is within their freedom of choice, and it is not that There’s a big avalanche happening, but some people are choosing Fonaasa. The difference is now, unlike other moments in time, young people are choosing Fonaasa.”Camilo Cid, director of FONASA, explained.