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Well being minister Paulette Lenert introduced at a press convention on Tuesday that the Nationwide Well being Fund (CNS) is planning to automate its cost system.
The CNS has opened digital affected person recordsdata for about 45% of these insured and the federal government prepares to introduce third-party cost, whereas the present process has sufferers pay up-front, and get reimbursed later.
The modifications would make it doable for practitioners to submit receipts to the CNS, which might then promptly be capable to determine on its share of the fee, and switch the cash.
The eSanté platform at the moment holds 625,564 affected person recordsdata and is planning to increase the service to all of the people who find themselves CNS insured, at the start of subsequent yr.
If customers don’t want to share their medical knowledge on the “File de soins partagé” (DSP), they should decide out, because the file is mechanically arrange. Sufferers may even be capable to point out organ donation preferences and different medical specifics.
Lenert and Schneider introduced a public marketing campaign that goals to boost consciousness in regards to the new affected person file and its functionalities on Tuesday.
After knowledge safety issues, the DSP was lastly accepted by parliament in 2010. It had been within the making for round 15 years by that time.
In keeping with Lenert, the system might be automated by 2023.
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