Rafalskaya said at a press conference at the Prime Minister's office that the timetable for implementing an electronic refusals would be postponed twice. According to him, on December 1, 2018 has expired. Then – he said – exemption from paper "They Will Come In History".
In his opinion, these benefits "For many years many problems have arisen for doctors and patients". Introduction of electronic updates "Simplifying the transfer process". This was explained by Rafalskaya "After entering the PESEL number, doctors have all the data available (up to now) will be automatically included in the release when manually entered ". – Thus, the electronic payment is automatically transferred to the Social Insurance Institute, so we have to provide the release of the patient with the ill or sick child at the paper. he said.
This was reported to Rafalska "At the beginning of 2016, 1-3 percent of electronic releases were released, and today we are at a different stage because the number of electronic reductions reaches 50 percent." According to him, "This is a great achievement, a good job for it to work and social security."
Rafalskaya has also published information campaigns for ministries, including the principles of public health, family and work, the Institute for Social Insurance (NPP) and the National Fund for Health (NFZ).
The Minister, referring to it results of the survey conducted by the social insurance institutionhe expects 75% of doctors who have not issued Eurobonds to wait until December 1. According to him, 10% of them are waiting for the medical assistant's authority.
Since October 23, medical workers can work electronically on behalf of doctors. This group includes nurses, paramedics and medical secretaries. Only the physician decides to release, the assistant only provides maintenance.
In turn Minister of Health Lukas Shumovsky He noted that the e-release is part of the overall healthcare sector's computerization process. According to him, 50 million PLNs will be spent on acquisition of computer equipment, software and PC training for computerization and e-learning.
The maximum amount per provider – 36.4 thousand PLN. The amount of support offered to one provider should not exceed 65% of the costs incurred. – In developed countries, electronic circulation of documents is inevitable. Before launching a pilot on an electronic recipe, everyone said that the elderly would throw away. That was not confirmed. Elderly people use an electronic recipe, it is well received. I'm sure that it will be the same as the eHouse – said the Minister.
He emphasized that electronic dismissal would facilitate faster and more effective dismissal. – The amount of data you need to enter is very large, NIP, PESEL, days, and counting of non-working and non-working days. I am convinced that the electronic form will be comfortable and friendly – he thinks.
President of Zakład Ubezpieczeń Społecznych Gertruda Uścińska he noted that in November last year, the number of physicians who provide electronic certificates exceeded 6 percent.
He reminded that since January of this year will strengthen efforts to encourage doctors to provide electronic certificates. He emphasized that the Institute of Social Insurance concluded agreements with medical institutions, personalized the training of doctors and created their profile on the E-Services platform. – This has led to a registry of doctors who are sure to make a decision about the inability to work, 143 thousand doctors and 104 thousand people use this profile, which is required for the use of electronic form – said the president of the institute of social security.
He also introduced the Social Security Coordinators to conduct information and training sessions on Saturday, during which physicians can open the profile on the E-Services platform and receive a certificate. – Today, we have over 50% of electronic certificates and more than 50% of active decision-makers – they use this facility– said Uścińska.
According to ZUS data, in October, the highest returns for traditional medical certificates were made by Zachodniopomorskie (59.4%), Mazowieckie (56.9%) and Podlaskie (55.7%) in the provinces. The lowest is in the region – Lubussky (33%), Lublin (35.5%) and Velkopop (35.9%).