Notice of optional grading in security groups, the issue of health cards, etc.
Pursuant to §§ 12 and 58 in health law, lovbekendtgørelse nr. 95 of 7. February 2008, fixed:
Classification of security group 1 and 2
§ 1. A person must choose between security group 1 and 2 by means of the issue of health cards and announce it to the municipality.
(2). Custodial parent or legal guardian must consent to the election of a person under the age of 15 years.
(3). A person between 15 and 18 years can choose security group without the consent of the custodial parent or legal guardian.
§ 2. Choose a person not security group, shall notify the municipality of the person insured, the custodial parent or legal representative, that the insured be classified in Group 1, unless within 14 days of the request regarding the election of Group 2.
§ 3. Migration between the security group 1 and 2 is made by letter to the municipality with effect 14 days after the municipality has registered that have received a fee for the new health card. Renewed migration between security group 1 and 2 may not take place until 1 year thereafter.
§ 4. Persons who moved from the Faroe Islands, Greenland or abroad, by signing up for the population register are encouraged to select security group.
§ 5. The municipality may decide that a group 2-secured immediately be transferred to group 1-assurance and remain under this security group when there is provided the insured health care benefits under section 82 of the Act on active social policy or on-call the amount of personal allowances for social pensions.
(2). The insured person shall remain under Group 1 insurance, as long as it is deemed necessary for the sake of the person's financial circumstances and needs for health care.
§ 6. The region may decide that a group 2-secured immediately be transferred to group 1-assurance and remain under this security group, in cases where the insured person has been so comprehensive benefits of medical care, that must be considered to be an abuse of the right to reimbursement for health law §§ 60, (2) and 64 (2).
(2). The insured person shall remain under Group 1 insurance, as long as the region deems it necessary.
§ 7. All persons who are enrolled with the residence in the population register, shall bear a health card. However, at the earliest, when the newborn is named.
§ 8. Health card shall contain information on:
1) social security number, name and address,
2) security group
3) for Group 1-secured the selected medicinal (or medical kompagniskab) and
4) residence or municipality, see. However, section 15, paragraph 2.
§ 9. Persons who are registered in the population register as being without a permanent place of residence (homeless), supplied also with a health card.
§ 10. On the basis of the municipality's registration of citizen's placement in the security group and information on choice of doctor issued health card of the municipality by agreement with the region.
§ 11. By any change in the information referred to in article 8 shall be issued a new health card.
(2). By the issue of a new health card previously issued cards for the local municipality shall be handed over or destroyed.
Special health card
§ 12. Persons entitled to the law's benefits without having to reside in this country, can contact the municipality select security group with effect 14 days after the municipality has received a written request to that effect. Renewed shift between security group 1 and 2 can be made no earlier than 1 year thereafter. The municipality provides these individuals with a special health card that can be issued for a maximum of 2 years of validity.
The collection of fee
§ 13. The municipality charges a fee of DKK 155 (basic amount 2007-level) for each health card or special health cards issued due to the card's loss or destruction, or when the insured person wants change in the information referred to in article 6. § 8, which can be attributed to his or her own decision or course of action. However, no fee shall be charged for cards issued:
1) in the context of general printing of maps for all actively insured persons.
2) When the insured person for the first time have the right to benefits under the health law.
3) in connection with transition between dormant and active protection, URf.eks. in connection with the commencement or cessation of military service.
4) By changing the personal number.
5) in connection with medical shift as a result of the termination of the practice, by lifting or modification of the kompagniskabs practice or other changes in medical practice, which is justified by the decisions taken by the individual doctor or the region.
6) in connection with the relocation, including if that movement occurs simultaneously with the doctor breaks.
7) at the name change in connection with the conclusion of marriage.
8) By fractures or cracks in the map when this is more than 4 years old.
9) By defect in the magnetic strip, that is not attributable to improper storage or use of the card.
(2). The basic amount referred to in article 6. (1) shall be adjusted once a year with the percentage, cf., cf. the law on rate adjustment percentage. The adjusted amount will be rounded to the nearest amount divisible by 5.
Access to justice
§ 14. Appeal against decisions under this Ordinance may, within 4 weeks after the insured person has been informed of the decision, subject to the right to health national patients, see. sections 6 and 10 of the law on complaint and redress access within healthcare, lovbekendtgørelse nr. 24 by 21. January 2009. The complaint is sent to the municipality, which has taken the decision.
(2). Before a complaint under paragraph 1 shall be dealt with by the health system patient complaints board, the municipality has to assess whether there is a basis for giving the complainant fully or partially upheld. Can the municipality did not give the complainant upheld, sent the appeal with reasons for the decision and genvurderingen for health care the patient complaints board.
§ 15. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. September 2009.
(2). Health insurance certificates issued before 1 May 2004. January 2007, will apply as proof of entitlement under the Health Act, until the certificate information must be changed as a result of reasons other than local government reform.
(3). At the same time repealed Executive Order No. 995 out of 10. August 2007 on optional grading in security groups, the issue of health cards, etc., the Ministry of health and Prevention, the 10. June 2009 Jakob Axel Nielsen/Kanakaraj