Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Health system and the expectations of the National Assembly and the Government of Bulgaria.

Health system and the expectations of the National Assembly and the Government of Bulgaria.

Socialism is gone for now, so it's time and his health system to go and put a start adequate Possibilities for the public system.
And of course do not expect that everyone will be equal and will get the same good medical services.
Decisions should be taken at a high level and obviously doctors, drug companies and pharmacists should almost be excluded from decision-making, because in the last decade have shown that first put their private financial and corporate interests.
It is time to recognize that these health insurance may cover only the most simple to moderately priced medical services.
It is time to recognize that there is no such thing as "free health care" because the last thing the health care system now is the healing of the patient.
Age row has a vested interest in big players man to be maintained for as long as a patient suffering and mostly willing to pay.
"Treat" people who do not need hospitalization, the only interest of hospitals to have more 'paths', possibly with a slightly sick. Medical institutions to provide patients with sufficient tricks so instead became important as quantity. And every year treasury paying more and more. And mild cases easily find their place in hospitals, unlike the seriously ill.
Healthcare system of Bulgaria is now functioning in a mixture of three main systems, Bismarck, Semashko and mixed 'Beveridge'.
The state is no longer able to provide over 4 million people - pensioners and children under the responsibility of the law.
National Health Insurance Fund remains an absolute monopoly in the compulsory health insurance. Health insurance of citizens remain essentially a tax that they seek to avoid.
Obviously, the maintenance of this archaic socialist system in the interests of the major players of pharmaceutical companies, pharmacy chains and medical bureaucracy at all levels.
You can not live in a market society and a little not include market principles in the health system.
Some developed countries have implemented systems that use the principles of solidarity and social justice for health insurance for the unemployed and lone individuals, and for workers act competition, minimal state intervention and private property.
The insured person must be highly motivated and have a real opportunity to freely choose the insurance company, private doctors and hospitals, but also controlled by the amount of money, the quality and cost of services received.

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