Important changes to health clinics. All thanks to the order of the National Health Fund. What's in it

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What are the changes in the clinics?

 Important changes in health clinics. All thanks to the NFZ regulation. What's in it

According to the portal “Rynek Zdrowia”, the changes introduced by the National Health Fund (hereinafter: NFZ) in health clinics have entered into force. In accordance with the ordinance issued by the institution, the capitalization rates of doctors, nurses and midwives in Primary Healthcare facilities (hereinafter: POZ) are increasing. The changes have already entered into force.

Changes in clinics

On July 28, the changes introduced by the National Health Fund (NFZ) ordinance concerning health care clinics came into force. The aforementioned document amends the regulations concerning the conclusion and implementation of contracts related to health services provided as part of primary health care.

It was decided to change the capitation rate (received for treating the patient) for both doctors, nurses and midwives. After the changes, they amount to:

POZ doctors PLN 191.88

POZ nurses PLN 47.04

POZ midwives PLN 31.08.

The regulation issued by the National Health Fund on July 27 came into force a day later, ie on Thursday, July 28. The full text of the NFZ ordinance is available here.

 Important changes in health clinics. All thanks to the regulation of the National Health Fund. What was in it

Patients going to health care clinics, pharmacies and hospitals, they should remember that until August 31 they must cover their nose and mouth with surgical masks. This is one of the few restrictions in force in connection with the coronavirus pandemic.

There are many indications that these regulations will also be extended for the following months – as it has been so far. It is worth recalling that on May 16 this year, the state of the epidemic was lifted in our country. Since then, the state of epidemic emergency has been introduced.

 Important changes in health clinics. All thanks to the ordinance of the National Health Fund. What's in it

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