Law No. 145 Of 24 July 1997 Health Insurance

Original Language Title:  LEGEA nr. 145 din 24 iulie 1997 asigurărilor sociale de sănătate

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Law No. 145 of 24 July 1997 health insurance (updated until 26 October 2000)-PARLIAMENT ISSUING — — — — — — — — — — — *) Updated no later than October 26, 2000, with changes brought about by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 30 of October 29, 1998; EMERGENCY ORDINANCE No. 72 of 30 December 1998, rejected the law. 419 of 18 July 2001; ORDINANCE No. 73 of 27 august 1999, repealed by ORDINANCE No. 7 of 19 July 2001; EMERGENCY ORDINANCE No. 155 of 19 October 1999 and EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 180 of 26 October 2000.
Romanian Parliament adopts this law.


Chapter 1 General provisions Article 1 (1) of the health and social security is the main system of health care of the population.
  

(2) the health and social security are mandatory and operate decentralised, based on the principle of solidarity and subsidiarity in the collection and use of funds, as well as the right of free choice of the make of the doctor, health and home health care insurance.
  

(3) can operate and other forms of health insurance that covers individual risks in different situations. You can organize and private insurance companies. These assurances are not mandatory.
  


Article 2 (1) the creation of health insurance is made of the contribution of the insured, contribution from individuals and businesses who employ salaried staff, from subsidies from the State budget, as well as from other sources.
  

(2) the administration of the Fund for health insurance is through the National House of health insurance and through sickness and health of Bucharest.
  

(3) National House of health insurance advises draft normative acts that have impact on the establishment and utilization of health insurance funds, according to the present law.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — —-. (3) art. 2 was introduced by art. 1 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 180 of 26 October 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 537 of 31 October 2000.


Article 3 (1) the insured persons and their family members are entitled to medical services in a non-discriminatory manner, in accordance with the law.
  

(2) the insured persons are obliged to participate in the preventive actions organised by health insurance and meet prescribed medical treatments.
  


Chapter 2 section 1 insured persons insured persons in article 4 (1) shall be subject to compulsory insurance, according to this law, the following categories of persons: a) Romanian citizens resident in the country;
  

b) foreign citizens and stateless persons residing in Romania.
  

(2) insured persons will pay a monthly contribution for health insurance.
  


Article 5 membership provided it turns out with the employee health insurance.


Article 6 the following categories of persons benefit from health insurance without paying the contribution: a) and keeping children up to age 26, if pupils, students or apprentices and if not realize income from work;
  

b) people with disabilities who do not realize income from work or find themselves in the care of the family;
  

c) husband, wife, parents and grandparents without their own income are dependent on an insured person;
  

d) persons whose rights are determined by Decree-Law No. 118/1990 concerning granting rights to persons persecuted for political reasons of dictatorship — established with effect from 6 March 1945, and those deported abroad and the prisoners, through law No. 44/1994 concerning war veterans and some rights of invalids and war widows and persons referred to in art. 2 of law No. 42/1990 for the veneration of the martyrs and heroes-granting rights to their offspring, the wounded, as well as fighters for the revolution of December 1989, if not carried out other than those deriving from the rights granted by these laws the money, as well as those arising from pensions.
  

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Lit. d) art. 6th amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 30 of October 29, 1998 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 421 of 6 November 1998; as amended by art. 1 EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 180 of 26 October 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 537 of 31 October 2000.


Section 2 of the Persons exempt from compulsory health insurance Health Insurance Article 7 is optional for the following categories of persons: members of) diplomatic missions in Romania;
  

b) aliens who are temporarily in the country.
  


Section 3 of the quality of provided in article 8 (1) the quality of insured employees is acquired from the day of conclusion of the individual labour contract of the employee and shall be kept for the duration of it. The obligation to withhold the contribution for health and social security is the responsibility of the person who employs persons employed.
  

(2) persons who are not employed by the insured to acquire quality from the day on which the contribution was paid off and keeps it under the law.
  


Article 9 Has been providing quality without paying the contribution for health and social security, in one of the following situations, the duration thereof: to meet military service);
  

b) find themselves in sick leave, leave for pregnancy and refusal to pay or sick leave for the care of sick child aged up to 6 years;
  

c) a deprivation of liberty or preventive detention;
  

d) belongs to a family in receipt of social assistance, according to law No. 67/1995 on social aid.
  


Article 10 (1) of the insured and insurance rights ceases once the citizenship and/or loss of the right of abode in the country.
  

(2) in the case of the term, according to arts.33 law, contributions owed to the Social Security Fund of the National House of Health Insurance through health insurance or health district of Bucharest, as well as health insurance defence, public order, national security and Judicial Authority and the health insurance of Consignments shall be subject to the application of enforcement measures for collection of amounts due the health social insurance budget and increases in delay accordance with the procedure established by the Government Ordinance. 11/1996 concerning execution of claims approved by the budgetary law. 108/1996, as amended, whose provisions shall apply accordingly.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — —-. (2) of article 9. 10 amended by art. 1 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 180 of 26 October 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 537 of 31 October 2000.


Chapter 3 policyholders ' rights in article 11 (1) insured persons are entitled to medical services, medicines and sanitary materials.
  

(2) the rights referred to in paragraph 1. (1) shall be determined on the basis of the framework contract prepared by the National House of health insurance and College of physicians Romania until 30 November of the current year for next year, with the opinion of the Ministry of health and the ministries with their own health networks, and which is approved by decision of the Government, under the present law. In the case of nefinalizarii the elaboration of the framework contract until 30 November the Minister of health shall prepare and submit to the Government draft framework contract.
  

(3) the framework Contract governs essentially the conditions of granting medical assistance with respect to: (a)) medical services, list of medications and other services to make;
  

(b) quality and parameters) the effectiveness of services;
  

c) criteria and the method of payment of medical services;
  

d) costs, settlement and take the necessary steps to that end;
  

primary health care e);
  

f) hospitalization and discharge of patients;
  

g) necessity and duration of hospitalization;
  

h) ensuring hospital treatment with measures of care or recovery;
  

I General conditions of the grant), by the hospital, outpatient treatment;
  

(j) prescribing medication) of materials for therapeutic procedures, sanitary, of crutches and prostheses, devices and self-service;
  

k) conditions and dental services;
  

l) proper information for patients.
  

— — — — — — — — — — — —-. (2) of article 9. 11 amended by art. 1 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 180 of 26 October 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 537 of 31 October 2000.


Article 12 (1) the insured persons are entitled to medical care in case of illness or accident, from the first day of illness or from the date of the accident and to cure, in the conditions established by this law.
  

(2) medical care granted to insured persons is carried out by medical services, as follows: a) healthcare services preventive and health promotion, including early detection of diseases;
  

b out-patient medical services);
  

c) hospital services;
  

d dental assistance services);
  

(e) emergency medical services);
  

f) medical services additional rehabilitation;
  

g) healthcare pre-, intra-and postpartum;
  

h) medical care at home;
  

I) medicines, sanitary materials, prosthetics and orthotics.
  


Article 13


Sick children's companions in the age of 3 years shall be eligible for payment of hotel services from health insurance, where, according to the criteria established jointly by it and the College of physicians, the physician considers Romania required their presence for a determined period.


Article 14 (1) medical services, supported by health insurance does not include: a) health services granted in the case of professional risk: occupational diseases and accidents at work;
  

b medical services) of some high performance;
  

c) some services of the dental assistance;
  

d) healthcare at work harder;
  

e) hotel services with high level of comfort.
  

(2) the services referred to in paragraph 1. (1) (a). the-c)) and e) will be established by the framework contract.
  


Article 15 (1) insured persons have the right to choose their family doctor to grant primary medical services.
  

(2) if it is for a family physician from another locality, the insured shall bear the transport costs.
  

(3) the insured person will be able to change your chosen after the expiration of 3 months from the date of its registration with a doctor.
  


Section 1.1 medical services for prevention of illness and the preservation of health, and for early detection of the disease in article 16 (1) in order to prevent disease and preserving health, those insured will be permanently informed on the health preservation, reduction and avoidance causes of illness.
  

(2) where it is noticed both professional or increased risk of accident, health insurance are required to notify the labour protection authorities.
  

(3) health insurance partners with specialized committees of the College of physicians from Romania, with experienced physicians with health units and non-governmental organizations, for the preparation and implementation of health programmes financed from the State budget, from the social security budget, health, as well as from other sources.
  


Article 17 dental preventive medical services shall incur by health insurance: a) unlimited, for children up to the age of 18, either individually or through the formation of groups of prevention or at kindergarten or at the pre-university educational institutions;
  

b) for keeping the age from 18 years to 26 years of age, whether they are students, apprentices or students and if you don't realize the income from work twice a year;
  

c) for adults, once a year.
  

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Lit. the a and b)) art. 17 have been modified. 1 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 180 of 26 October 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 537 of 31 October 2000.


Article 18 medical services for prevention and early detection of diseases that may affect the physical or mental development of the children are covered by health insurance.


Article 19 (1) insured persons aged over 30 years old are entitled to a check every year for prevention of diseases with major consequences in morbidity and mortality. These conditions shall be specified in the framework contract.
  

(2) the insured persons who have carried out regular preventive medical checkups, established by the College of physicians Romania together with health insurance receive discounts or exemptions from the payment of contributions, as provided for in the framework contract.
  


Section 1.2 medical services in case of illness in article 20 (1) the insured persons are entitled to medical services for curing the disease, for prevention of complications for her recovery, or at least to relieve the suffering of the patient, as appropriate.
  

(2) medical treatment is applied by doctors and other health personnel accredited.
  


Article 21 (1) insured persons are entitled to specialized outpatient medical care, family doctor the indication, with respect to the free election of an accredited specialist doctor. Specialized medical assistance shall be provided by medical specialists. Outpatient medical services include: diagnosis, medical treatment, medical care, rehabilitation, medicines and sanitary materials.
  

(2) insured persons receive specialized medical care in accredited hospitals, whether at home or outpatient treatment is not effective.
  

(3) treatment in hospital is granted through full or partial hospitalization, which includes: consultation, investigation, diagnosis, medical treatment and/or surgical treatment, care, medicines and sanitary materials, accommodation and meals.
  

(4) assisting hospital medical hospital, according to the returns of the contract concluded by him with health insurance.
  


Dental health services article 22 shall be granted by the doctor from dental and Oro service-maxillo-facial.


Article 23 dental Treatments it supports House health insurance at the rate of 40% to 60%, taking into account the need to observe the preventive controls imposed by dental service. These treatments, in the case of children aged up to 18 years, will support the House health insurance on the basis of the criteria laid down in the framework contract.
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Art. 23 amended by art. 1 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 180 of 26 October 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 537 of 31 October 2000.


Section 1.3, Medicines, sanitary materials, parts and other therapeutic means, Article 24 (1) the list of drugs the drugs benefiting insured persons per prescription, with or without personal contribution, shall be established annually by the Ministry of health and the National House of health insurance, on the advice of doctors in Romania and of the College of pharmacists of Romania, on the basis of the framework contract.
  

(2) insured persons have a right to sanitary materials to correct vazului, hearing, limbs and prosthesis for the other specialty materials for this purpose, on the basis of medical prescriptions, with or without personal contribution, as stipulated in the framework contract.
  

(3) the insured persons benefit from physiotherapy treatment, massage, medical gymnastics and the like, on the basis of medical prescriptions, with or without personal contribution, as stipulated in the contract for the supply of medical services.
  


Article 25 (1) insured persons aged over 18 years of age incur the cost of medicinal products: (a)) that is administered in light infections of respiratory tract, soothing, purgatives, antiemetics;
  

b) cost of services medical and sanitary materials granted in case of aesthetic corrections;
  

(c) sanitary materials) cost required for hearing correction and vazului: batteries for hearing aids, eyeglasses.
  

(2) the costs of medicines, sanitary materials and therapeutic means that it supports the make will be laid down in the framework contract.
  


Article 26 the settlement value of the drugs by the health insurance will be based on reference prices of medicinal drugs nomenclature in force at the date of purchase.


Section 1.4 of the rehabilitation of Health Services in article 27 (1) the insured persons are entitled to medical assistance for recovery in a special unit for a period and after a pace set by the treating doctor in the rehabilitation program.
  

(2) personal contribution for healthcare recovery is determined by the framework contract.
  


Section 1.5 medical treatment at home Article 28 those insured are entitled to receive medical care at home and care on the part of a sanitary environment, if necessary and as indicated by the doctor.


Section 1.6 Other special services in article 29 (1) health insurance take over the transport costs where they are necessary for the accomplishment of the medical service for the insured.
  

(2) the insured persons are entitled to health transport: a) medical emergencies;
  

b) cases provided for in the framework contract.
  


Article 30 those insured are entitled to assistance in housework during illness or disability, where I can't take care and do not have legal supporters to help them; the duration in hours per day is established individually by health insurance.


Section 2 quality assurance of medical services Article 31 medical services quality assurance is achieved through acceptance by health insurance only: a) medical and dental services recognized by the National House of health insurance and College of physicians from Romania, according to the law;
  

b) doctors, nurses and other personnel accredited;
  

(c) an appropriate information system) ensure an obvious primary diagnosis and therapy concerning applied;
  

d) criteria for evaluating the quality of medical care and dental care, developed by the College of physicians from Romania, according to the law.
  


Article 32 (1) criteria relating to the quality of medical care is granted to insured persons is what develops from specialized committees of the College of physicians from Romania and the National House of health insurance and refers to: a) medical treatment;
  

b) dental treatment;
  

c) actions of the early detection of disease;
  

d) effective recovery medical procedures;
  

(e) prescribing medications) sanitary materials, parts, transport patients;
  


f) the issue of certificates and medical reports to both houses for health insurance for their task, and insured for the benefit of AIDS disease;
  

g) restorative measures of fertility of a couple;
  

h) setting up and operation of sanitary units and equipping them.
  

(2) these criteria are mandatory for doctors and health personnel.
  


Article 33 in order to meet the quality criteria of the medical services provided to insured persons, health insurance organize medical activity along with specialized committees of the College of physicians from Romania. The control is based on the criteria laid down in article 21. 31 and 32.


Section 3 of the joint action for health Health Ministry Article 34 designs, implements and coordinates public health programmes, in order to achieve the objectives of health, with the participation of all the institutions with responsibility in the field of health of the State policy realisation. Objectives are established in conjunction with national health insurance, with the College of physicians from Romania, with representatives of university hospitals and clinics, ai research units, non-governmental organisations, trade unions, as well as representatives of the people.


Section 4 duties of the College of physicians in Romania social health insurance Article 35 College of physicians in Romania has health insurance, the following obligations: (a) ensuring the development and providing) health services basis set out in this law;
  

b) versus health insurance, medical services comply with quality and stability in accordance with the present law;
  

c) efficient tracking of emergency medical assistance;
  

d) health care demand in terms of quantity and quality in the territorial plan;
  

e) participation in the preparation of plans for the construction of hospitals and equipment with high-performance medical equipment.
  


Section 5-the accreditation of medical personnel in article 36 (1) in the system of health insurance may be admitted to perform only accredited doctors and health staff, according to the law.
  

(2) for the purposes of accreditation, Through this law, means the right granted to physicians and health personnel referred to in paragraph 1. (1) pharmacies, as well as to enter into a contractual relationship with the health insurance parity committees on accreditation, established under article 14 hereof. 38 art, respectively. 9 of Ordinance No. 56/1998 on the establishment, organization and functioning of the House health insurance defence, public order, national security and Judicial Authority, and art. 18 of the Emergency Ordinance of Government No. 41/1998 on the Organization of medical assistance and psychological personnel in transport safety and navigation, and setting up House health insurance.
  

— — — — — — — —-. (2) of article 9. 36 was introduced by art. 1 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 180 of 26 October 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 537 of 31 October 2000.


Article 37 (1) the contract between the House of health insurance and physician shall cease in the following situations: a) If your not start activity in a period not exceeding 3 months or interrupt for reasons attributable to the activity for a period greater than 3 months;
  

b) by denouncing unilateral termination of the doctor;
  

c) if contrary to statute of health insurance;
  

If the doctor d) renounce membership of the College of physicians from Romania;
  

e) If you move the Cabinet medical territory.
  

(2) any disputes in connection with the conclusion, execution, modification and termination of the contract of insurance and physician health times those in connection with the interpretation of the clauses will be resolved by the parties, amicably. Unresolved disputes amicably within the competence of the courts of law. The time limit for instituting the competent courts is 3 months from the date of the will of the remarks delivered by agreement of the parties with respect to the claims of what constitutes the subject-matter of the dispute.
  

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Alin. (2) of article 9. 37 was modified by art. 1 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 30 of October 29, 1998 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 421 of 6 November 1998.


Article 38 Committees of accreditation of medical personnel are organized at the national level and by the County College of physicians from Romania and by health insurance parity component.


Article 39 of the rules of procedure of the boards of certification of medical personnel within the system of health insurance is developed by the National House of health insurance and College of physicians in Romania, within 3 months following the entry into force of this law.


Chapter 4 the relations of health insurance with health providers, equipment and medicines in article 40 medical service providers, according to this law, are doctors and health staff, doctor's surgeries, diagnostic and treatment centers, hospitals and other health care units who are in contractual relationships with health insurance.


Article 41 (1) the relationships between health care providers and health insurance shall be established and shall be carried out on a contract basis.
  

(2) health insurance House organizes a system of insurance against civil liability of physicians and other medical personnel.
  

(3) the provision of medical services is based on the stability of the contribution of the insured.
  


Article 42 primary health care and outpatient specialist shall be paid by doctors, health personnel, practice rooms for individual exemption for practice groups, health centres, polyclinics, diagnostic and treatment centres and outpatient services of the hospital.


Article 43 Homes health insurance with health providers annual contracts for the provision of services and to pay them, pursuing financial equilibrium. At the conclusion of contracts is consideration of profitability and quality of service offered and the interest of policyholders.


Article 44 (1) health insurance conclude annual contracts with healthcare providers on the basis of the framework contract.
  

(2) the provisions of the framework contract are released, for insured persons and service providers.
  

(3) health care providers may negotiate additional clauses with health insurance, subject to the conditions laid down in the framework contract.
  

(4) contracts for the supply of medical services include specific obligations of providers of medical services related to the sound management of the funds in the budget of the national social security health and clauses governing the conditions for financing the medical service providers until the completion of the contract, for the period following that covered by contract.
  

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Alin. (4) article. 44 was introduced by art. 1 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 180 of 26 October 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 537 of 31 October 2000.


Article 45 payment to providers of medical services of the health insurance shall be established by the framework agreement and may be: (a)) primary health care and the specialty through rate on insured person and through rate on medical service, if applicable;
  

b) in healthcare from hospitals and other inpatient units through charge per person hospitalized, through rate per day of hospitalization, medical service through rate on and through negotiated rates for certain benefits.
  


Article 46 (1) Hospitals are built, usually by the local or central authorities, on the basis of a long-term program, conducted over years, which shall be approved by law.
  

(2) high-performance appliances shall procure the hospitals and diagnostic and treatment centres, based on the approval of a Central Commission composed of representatives of the national health insurance, the College of physicians and the Ministry of health of Romania, subject to provisions of the budget.
  

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Alin. (1) of article 1. 46 was modified by art. 1 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 30 of October 29, 1998 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 421 of 6 November 1998.


Article 47 (1) sanitary Materials, dentures, and orthosis may be supplied only by natural or legal persons accredited by the health insurance. National House of health insurance and College of physicians Romania develops annual nominal lists of these materials, which shall be published in the Official Gazette of Romania.
  

(2) the method of delivery and terms of payment shall be determined by direct contracts concluded between health insurance and their respective providers.
  


Article 48 (1) The relations of health insurance providers, pharmacists medications is to release the medicine with the lowest price, if the doctor indicate only the name of the active substance, and of showing the possibility of replacing the drug prescribed.
  


(2) the accredited Pharmacies are obliged, under penalty of revocation of accreditation, to have standing in current stock available to insured persons, drugs at the level of the reference price fixed by the joint order of the Minister of health and Chairman of the national health insurance.
  

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Alin. (2) of article 9. 48 was modified by art. 1 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 180 of 26 October 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 537 of 31 October 2000.


Article 49 of the medical assistance to the patient's care and aid in housekeeping is incurred by health insurance with specialized units or with private individuals. Home health insurance be able to collaborate with charitable and benevolent.


Article 50 emergency medical care and other medical transport shall be paid by the County ambulance service and the municipality of Bucharest, and payment of these services to ensure that, on the basis of the contract shall be concluded between the ambulance services and health insurance houses County and the municipality of Bucharest.


Chapter 5 Funding health services section 1 establishment of the funds of the health insurance Fund Article 51 National House of health insurance funds and health insurance houses and Bucureşti is formed from contributions by: a) natural and legal persons in equal shares;
  

b) subsidies from the State budget and local budgets;
  

c) other income.
  


Article 52 (1) the person insured required monthly payment of a monetary contribution for health and social security, with the exception of the persons referred to in art. 6 and 55.
  

(2) the amount of the monetary contribution of insured person's monthly it establishes, with effect from 1 January 1999, in the form of a rate of 7%, which is applied as follows: a) on the gross wage income, in the case of insured persons who have the status of an employee; in the category of gross salaries and allowances due shall be included under the law for child care until the age of 2 years, as well as the allowances granted under the law, individuals working in the production sector, the period of interruption of business;
  

(b) taxable income), in the case of insured persons who are working on the basis of the civil Convention;
  

c the taxable income) of-professionals;
  

d) on agricultural income annually, established according to the rules laid down in the judgment of the Government's income, for individuals who do not have the status of employee and which do not fall under the provisions of subparagraph (a). c);
  

e) over pension rights, supplementary pension, unemployment benefit, vocational integration help and support allowance; with effect from 1 January 1999 these rights shall be increased by the amount corresponding to the increase in contribution from 4% to 7%.
  

(3) Repealed.
  

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Alin. (2) of article 9. 52 amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 30 of October 29, 1998 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 421 of 6 November 1998.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (3) paragraphs 1 and 2. (2) of article 9. 52 was repealed by ORDINANCE No. 73 of 27 august 1999, published in Official Gazette No. 419 of 31 august 1999, repealed by ORDINANCE No. 7 of 19 July 2001.


Article 53 (1) legal or natural Persons who employ salaried staff are obliged to withhold and turn the House territorial health insurance contribution due for the health insurance of health personnel in the respective unit; they are required to announce the health insurance House any change which takes place in income levels.
  

(2) natural and legal persons who employ personal employee have the obligation of payment for social insurance contribution health 7% related to the salary Fund.
  


Article 54 (1) to pensioners, for unemployment benefit and allowance, as well as for persons working on the basis of civil conventions, social security contribution for health retains, together with payment of the money which is calculated, by those who make payment of such duties. Contribution for health and social security shall be transferred to the House of health insurance that is arondata the person in question.
  

(2) persons who are not employed and not fall under the provisions of paragraph 1. (1) but are obliged to ensure compliance with this Act health will communicate directly to the House of health insurance in the territory operate taxable income when determining the contribution of 7% for health and social security, according to the law.
  


Article 55 (1) shall be provided by operation of law, exempt from paying social insurance contribution for the health of the people: a) conscripts within;
  

b) find themselves in sick leave, leave for pregnancy and lehuzie or in the sick leave to care for a sick child aged up to 6 years;
  

c) a deprivation of liberty or preventive detention;
  

d) are part of a family receiving aid, according to law No. 67/1995 on social aid.
  

(2) social security Contribution of health due to the persons referred to in paragraph 1. (1) it supports as follows: a) to the State budget, for the persons referred to in paragraph 1. (1) (a). a), c) and (d));
  

b) by the State social insurance budget, for persons referred to in paragraph 1. (1) (a). b). (3) Contributions for persons referred to in paragraph 1. (1) shall be determined by applying the quota of 7% over the amount representing the value of the second gross minimum wages on the country.
  

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Lit. b) of paragraph 2. (1) of article 1. 55 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 30 of October 29, 1998 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 421 of 6 November 1998.


Article 56 (1) employers and insured persons who have the obligation of payment of the contribution for health and social security, according to the provisions of this law, and not a respect due to increases for the period of delay, equal increases in related to defer paying taxes.
  

(2) if the debt is not paid within one month of the due date, the House health insurance will introduce the forced collection available.
  


Article 57 budget supports the following costs: a) for investments relating to the construction of health units and for high performance medical devices;
  

b) for diagnostic, curative and rehabilitation of national importance, for recovering work capacity.
  


Article 58 some additional payments to insured persons supports the cost of drugs provided and some medical services corresponding to the regulations laid down by the National House of health insurance, according to the criteria laid down in the contract of insurance.


Section 2 of the social security funds health Article 59 (1) social security funds collected for health insurance County Health, Bucureşti, sickness of Defence, public order, national security and Judicial Authority and the health insurance of shipments must be used for payment: (a) medical services) provided on drugs sanitary materials, of crutches and prostheses;
  

b) administration charges, operating and capital, in not more than 5% share of the total amounts collected;
  

c) a share of up to 25% of the total of the amounts collected, which shall be transferred to the account of the national health insurance, established annually by this.
  

(2) draft budget of revenue and expenditure of the health insurance companies and the County, the municipality of Bucharest, as well as those of House health insurance defence, public order, national security and Judicial Authority, and the House health insurance of shipments is definitive of the National House of health insurance, a proposal from them, and shall be approved in accordance with the law.
  

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Art. 59 was modified by art. 1 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 180 of 26 October 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 537 of 31 October 2000 and was introduced in Section 2. 5. Article 60 (1) the amounts pledged, transferred under article. 59 lit. c) on behalf of the national health insurance, shall be used for: a proper Reserve Fund) in 5% share;
  

b) administration charges, operating and capital in not more than 5% share;
  

c) Redistribution Fund to support the budgets of health insurance, the District of Bucharest, the House health insurance defence, public order, national security and Judicial Authority, and the House health insurance of transport, with financial imbalances, which are calculated according to demographics, morbidity and complexity of medical services.
  

(2) the criteria on which you want to calculate the amounts of redistribution Fund referred to in paragraph 1. (1) (a). (c)) shall be determined by order of the President of the national health insurance and shall be published in the Official Gazette of Romania, part I. "
  

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Lit. b) and (c) of article 4.) 60 were amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 30 of October 29, 1998 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 421 of 6 November 1998.
Art. 60 was modified by art. 1 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 180 of 26 October 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 537 of 31 October 2000.


Article 61


Funds remaining at the end of the year shall be carried over into next year, with the destination referred to in art. 60. Chapter 6 the Organization of health insurance Article 62 (1) National House of health insurance is an autonomous public institution of national interest, with legal personality, non-profit, has as its main object ensuring uniform officers and coordinated system of health insurance from Romania.
  

(2) health insurance County, Bucharest, are autonomous public institutions of local interest, with legal personality, the non-profit that administers and manages autonomously the social insurance fund of their own health, while respecting the rules drawn up by the National House of health insurance, ensuring the functioning of the system of health insurance locally.
  

(3) health insurance referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2. (2) are organized and function according to their own statutes drawn up and approved in compliance with the provisions of this law and the Statute of the national health insurance.
  

(4) Health Insurance Home defence, public order, national security and Judicial Authority and the health insurance of Transportation is organized and operates on the basis of the provisions of this law, the laws of incorporation and statutes approved.
  

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Art. 62 was modified by art. 1 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 180 of 26 October 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 537 of 31 October 2000.


Section 1 administrative organisation Article 63 health insurance is provided through national health insurance through health insurance houses County and Bucharest and through its territorial offices.


Article 64 health insurance Houses County and Bucharest may have at the level of municipalities, cities, and other localities, offices of health insurance, if the number of insured persons is at least: a) for cities, municipalities of 200,000 and the sectors of Bucharest;
  

b for other localities) 100,000.
  


Article 65 (1) health insurance operates on the basis of a statute. The Statute should contain provisions on: (a) name and registered office) of health insurance;
  

b) territory served;
  

c) type, quantity and quality of services that are not expressly defined by law;
  

d) level and the mode of collection of the contribution;
  

(e) the number of members) in the governing bodies;
  

f) rights and obligations of the management organs;
  

g) how the adoption of the decisions of the general meeting of representatives;
  

h) activity accounting, supervision and preparation of annual balance sheet;
  

I) component and the Commission headquarters of litigation;
  

j) modalities.
  

(2) every insured person receives an extract showing the services that ensure the level of the contribution and the method of payment.
  


Article 66 of the governing bodies of the national health insurance are: a) general meeting of representatives;
  

b) Board of Directors, elected by the general meeting of representatives a Chairman and a Vice-Chairman elected from among the members thereof, and who, within six months, will draw up the statutes of the health insurance.
  


Article 67 of the general meeting of representatives has as main objective to support the interests of insured persons in relations with the Board of Directors. It has the powers to approve: (a) the status and other) specific rules in the field of activity, according to the law;
  

b) approve the balance sheet and the management of the previous year for the national health insurance and for health insurance and of Bucharest;
  

(c) decisions concerning the management of) heritage;
  

(d) approve the budget of income) and expenses for the current year of the National House of health insurance and for territorial health insurance;
  

It's a Committee to elect) reportedly made up of 3 people and 3 alternates.
  


Article 68 Board of Directors representing the National House of health insurance and on make in relationship to other natural or legal persons.


Article 69 in addition to the National House of health insurance works councils of experts drawing up draft guidelines for the provision of medical services, approved by the Joint Commission of the National House of health insurance and College of physicians from Romania.


Article 70 members of the Board of Directors of the National House of health insurance and the Audit Commission will benefit from a sitting allowance whose amount is determined by statute.


Article 71 (1) health insurance Houses County and Bucharest have the following bodies: the Assembly of representatives);
  

b) Board of Directors.
  

(2) the functions and mode of business leadership bodies referred to in paragraph 1. (1) shall be regulated by statute.
  


Section 2 of the leading organs of the Choice of health insurance in article 72 (1) elect governing health insurance companies is done by secret ballot.
  

(2) a person may be elected for a maximum of two mandates.
  


Article 73 governing bodies shall be elected for a period of 5 years.


Article 74 the insured persons and employers choose their representatives, representative groups, as follows: a) for employed persons;
  

b) for professionals;
  

c) for farmers with individual households;
  

d) for retirees;
  

e) for the unemployed;
  

f) for domestic staff;
  

g) for pupils and students.
  


Article 75 (1) Rule representation is 2 10,000 candidates of policyholders, including a candidate for the employer and one of the insured persons.
  

(2) the first elections, candidates for the House of representatives and General Assembly elections will be set out in a regulation, which will be developed by the Central Electoral Commission. This Commission will be composed of 13 members as follows: a) a representative of the Ministry of Justice;
  

b) a representative of the Ministry of health;
  

(c) a representative of the Ministry) labour and social security;
  

d) a representative of the Ministry of finance;
  

e) 4 representatives of trade unions are representative of the country;
  

f) 3 representatives of the College of physicians from Romania;
  

g) a representative of the College of pharmacists of Romania;
  

h) a representative of the National Council of Employers.
  


Article 76 At the county level and the municipality of Bucharest, on the basis of electoral regulation, will operate the County Election Commission and of the municipality of Bucharest, which is approved in a similar component by the Central Electoral Commission.


Article 77 the vote shall be exercised personally.


Article 78 (1) Elections shall take place at the same time for the governing bodies of the National House of health insurance as well as those of the houses of health insurance and the municipality of Bucharest.
  

(2) the President and Vice-Presidents of the national health insurance, and health insurance houses County and Bucharest may be exercised, for the duration of their mandates, other public functions or titles, except for teaching positions in higher education, and any positions in governing bodies of employers ' associations or unions.
  

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Alin. (2) of article 9. 78 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 30 of October 29, 1998 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 421 of 6 November 1998.


Section 3 of the medical Service House health insurance Article 79 Service the medical health insurance shall prepare and verify the documentation relating to the granting and controlling the services provided in terms of healthcare for the protection of the insured. It also controls the accuracy of the medical certificates of illness, recovery measures opportunity, home based care and quality of health services.


Article 80 (1) within the framework of the national health insurance medical service work consists of 7 doctors, which is headed by a medical officer.
  

(2) within the framework of health insurance and the Bucharest medical service consists of 2-5 physicians in relation to the number of insured persons, and is led by a medical officer.
  


Article 81 the Board of Directors of the National House of health insurance and the health insurance and of Bucharest called on the head of the medical service. The conditions of the appointment shall be established by statute.


Chapter 7 section 1 Control Control discharge discharge Control Article 82 of the National House of health insurance and health insurance houses County and the municipality of Bucharest is made every year by the Court of Auditors.


Section 2 of the control of health services Article 83 National House of health insurance together with the College of physicians Romania organizes committees for the control of medical services for insured is granted.


Article 84 Control aims to verify that the parameters of the quality of medical services, according to criteria developed by the National House of health insurance and College of physicians from Romania.


Section 3 of Article 85 Arbitration


(1) National House of health insurance together with the College of physicians Romania organizes Central Committee of arbitration.
  

(2) Central Committee of arbitration consists of 2 referees delegates by the National House of health insurance, by the College of physicians from Romania.
  

(3) the President of the Central Commission of arbitration will be an arbitrator acceptable to both parties.
  


Article 86 (1) Arbitrators can be doctors, lawyers or economists, accredited and registered by the Ministry of Justice.
  

(2) Regulation of the activity of the arbitrators shall be determined by the Ministry of Justice, with the opinion of the national health insurance and College of physicians from Romania.
  


Article 87 decisions of Central Commission of arbitration are mandatory for both sickness and health, College of physicians from Romania.


Chapter 8 transitional and final Provisions Article 88 (1) this law shall enter into force on 1 January 1998, with the exception of the provisions relating to the functioning of health insurance as autonomous public institutions, which shall enter into force on 1 January 1999.
  

(2) for the period from 1 January 1998 to 1 January 1999, in order to ensure human resources, material and financial resources for the operation of the whole system of health insurance, Ministry of health, the opinion of a Committee composed of one representative of the Ministry of health, Ministry of labour and social security, the Ministry of Finance of the College of physicians and Pharmacists of Romania from Romania, within the framework and structure of the district health directorates, respectively Bucharest, functional structures needed.
  

(3) The period referred to in paragraph 1. (2) the Minister of health the powers provided by this fulfills regulations for national health insurance, and health district directorates, respectively Bucharest, fulfilling the duties of county health insurance, that is the municipality of Bucharest.
  

(4) the collection of social security contributions for health care, as well as other funds in the period referred to in paragraph 1. (2), shall be made by the Ministry of finance, through the territorial divisions, and are highlighted in a separate account. Of the total funds collected, 80% will be administered by the Ministry of health, and 20% will constitute in a reserve fund of the National House of health insurance.
  

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Art. 88 was amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 72 of 30 December 1998 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 523 from December 31, rejected the law. 419 of 18 July 2001, as follows: (2) for the period from 1 January to 31 March 1999, of the total funds collected a share of 75% will be used for payment of medical services and medicines, 20% for expenses and equity of the system of health insurance and 5% for administration charges and capital of this system.
  

Administration of 75% quota foreseen will be carried out by the Ministry of health, and the odds of 20%, i.e. 5%, will be administered by the Board of Directors of the National House of health insurance.

(3) use 75% share for payment of medical services and medicines granted will be made on the basis of the framework contract, drawn up by the National House of health insurance and College of physicians from Romania and approved by decision of the Government.
  

(4) the collection of social security contributions for health care, as well as other funds in the period referred to in paragraph 1. (2), shall be made by the Ministry of finance through the territorial divisions, in accordance with the regulations in force.
  

(5) within the period specified in paragraph 1. (2) rules will be developed and will provide the logistics system social insurance officials of health with effect from 31 March 1999, as follows: (a) the elaboration of the framework contract) of the National House of health insurance, along with the College of physicians in Romania, until February 15, 1999 and the norms for its application, no later than 15 March 1999;
  

(b) initiation of the process of informatization) of the social security system for health by drawing up terms of reference for the acquisition and completion of appeals properly computer system until 31 March 1999;
  

(c) managerial personnel necessary) preparing civil servants social security system for health by the Ministry of health, together with the National House of health insurance.
  

(6) Collection of contributions for health insurance in transportation, as well as other funds is done by his sickness, which provides transport their use in the proportions set out in paragraph 1. 2. Article 89 > > sanitary Networks belonging to other ministries will adapt its operation to the provisions of this law.


Article 90 (1) initial Fund health insurance contribution of employers and of employees ' contribution.
  

(2) social security Contribution health due by the employer is 5% and is formed from the 2% contribution) representing the Government regulated by the Ordinance. 22/1992 on the financing of health care, approved by law No. 114/1992;
  

b) 3% reported to the payroll.
  

(3) social security Contribution of health of the insured, shall be set as follows: a) 5% of the salaries in the case of insured persons who have the status of an employee;
  

b) 5% of the taxable income, in the case of insured persons who are working on the basis of the civil Convention;
  

c) 5% of the taxable income of the self-employed professionals;
  

d) 4% of the annual taxable income for agriculture, declared by individuals who do not have the status of employee and which do not fall under the provisions of subparagraph (a). c);
  

e) 4% of the individual rights of pensioners and the unemployed. From the time of commencement of collection, pension rights, unemployment aid and support allowance is increased by 4%.
  

(4) contribution as established in paragraph 1. (3) (a). a), b) and (c)) shall be deducted from the tax on wages, and income tax.
  

(5) share of contribution for insured persons under the conditions of art. 55 is 5%.
  

(6) the Ministry of finance, Ministry of labour and social protection and the Ministry of health will work out detailed rules for the application of the provisions of this article shall, within 30 days after the entry into force of the law. These guidelines will be published in the Official Gazette of Romania.
  


Article 91 The territories covered with doctors or health personnel, for providing medical services, local councils may grant incentives in nature and in money.


Article 92 the work of teaching and research hospital with clinical wards, which are publicly funded health care system, may benefit from additional funding directly from the State budget.


Article 93 (1) until 31 December 2002, the leadership of the national health insurance is provided by a President and a Board of Directors established under art. 94 and 95.
  

(2) the functions of the President of the National House of health insurance are: Organization and leadership of) executive structures of the National House of health insurance;
  

(b) ensuring the coherence and efficiency of) the financial management of social security funds;
  

c) elaboration, specific regulations and administrative procedures for the performance of duties referred to in the a and b)) and the elaboration of specific rules;
  

(d) organizing and coordinating the activity of) control throughout the health social insurance system;
  

e) the affixing of disciplinary or administrative action for failure to comply with the rules and regulations referred to in points. c). (3) the powers of the Board of Directors of the National House of health insurance are: a) national statute approval health insurance, on the proposal of its President;
  

b) project approval of the budget of the health insurance fund;
  

c) approval reports monthly, quarterly and annual, presented by the President of the National House of health insurance;
  

d) approval of the draft framework contract under art. 11. (4) the Administrative Council referred to in paragraph 1. (1) take over the tasks incumbent upon the general meeting of representatives.
  

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Art. 93 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 30 of October 29, 1998 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 421 of 6 November 1998; amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 180 of 26 October 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 537 of 31 October 2000.


Article 94 (1) the Board of Directors of the National House of health insurance is made up of representatives of the executive power, as well as employers ' associations and trade unions, which are representative at national level.
  

(2) Are nationally representative employers ' associations and trade union organisations which fulfil the conditions provided for by law No. 130/1996 on collective labour contract, republished.
  

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Art. 94 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 30 of October 29, 1998 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 421 of 6 November 1998.


Article 95 Governing Board of the National House of health insurance consists of 17 members, as follows:


to State representatives), 2 of which are appointed by the President of Romania, and 3, by the Prime Minister, upon proposal of the Minister of health, Minister of labour and social welfare and the Minister of finance;
  

b) 5 members appointed by consensus by the employers ' associations which are representative at national level;
  

c) 5 members appointed by consensus by the confederatiile Trade Union representative at national level.
  

d) 2 members nominated by the Prime Minister, in consultation with the National Council of the Elderly.
  

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Art. 95 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 30 of October 29, 1998 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 421 of 6 November 1998;
The introductory part of article 3. 95 was amended by art. 1 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 180 of 26 October 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 537 of 31 October 2000.
Lit. d) art. 95 was introduced by art. 1 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 180 of 26 October 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 537 of 31 October 2000.


Article 96 (1) the term of Office of Board members is four years.
  

(2) during their term of Office, the members of the Board of Directors can be cancel those who called them.
  

(3) on places which have become vacant as a result of resignation, revocation, death or other reasons provided by law, shall appoint new members, prior to the expiry.
  

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Art. 96 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 30 of October 29, 1998 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 421 of 6 November 1998.


Article 97 (1) the Board of Directors is constituted with effect from the date on which they are appointed to at least 11 the number of its members, provided that each social partner; 95 to be represented.
  

(2) the Board of Directors operates legally in the presence of at least 11 of its members.
  

(3) decisions of the Board of Directors shall be adopted by a vote of at least two-thirds of the members present, provided that each party is represented.
  

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Art. 97 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 30 of October 29, 1998 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 421 of 6 November 1998.


Article 98 (1) the President of the Board of Directors is also President of the national health insurance.
  

(2) the President shall be appointed by the Prime Minister, upon proposal of the Minister of health, of the members of the Board of Directors, after prior consultation. The Board of Directors has two Vice-Chairpersons, who are appointed by the social partners from among the Board members, with the consent of two thirds of their number.
  

(3) the term of Office of the President and Vice-Presidents of is 4 years.
  

(4) the term of Office of the Chairperson shall cease through resignation or revocation by the Prime Minister or his death. The terms of Office of the Vice-Presidents lapses, too, by resignation or death or by revocation by those whom i have appointed.
  

(5) revocation of Vice Presidents can be ordered with the consent of at least two thirds of the members of the Board of Directors.
  

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Art. 98 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 30 of October 29, 1998 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 421 of 6 November 1998.


Article 99 (1) the President shall represent the National House of health insurance in dealings with third parties and is the originator of the main credits.
  

(2) the powers of the President and Vice-Presidents of the shall be determined by the status of the national health insurance, according to the law.
  

(3) the President may delegate his powers of representation of any Vice-President or member of the Board of directors or to the person's own national House of health insurance.
  

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Art. 99 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 30 of October 29, 1998 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 421 of 6 November 1998.


Article 100 (1) Directing the stock activity of the national health insurance shall be exercised by a director general.
  

(2) fill the post of director-general shall be made by competition, according to the law.
  

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Art. 100 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 30 of October 29, 1998 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 421 of 6 November 1998.


Article 101 (1) within the period provided for in art. 93 para. (1) directing the activity of county health insurance, that is the municipality of Bucharest, is provided by a director general appointed by the President of the national health insurance, with the opinion of the Board of Directors of the County's health insurance, that is the municipality of Bucharest, following competition organized by the National House of health insurance, according to the law, and by a Board of Directors.
  

(2) the Director-general is the originator of secondary loans.
  

(3) the powers of the Director general are: to apply management rules), the regulations on the organisation and running of unit and administrative procedures;
  

b) draw up internal rules adapted to forms of organisation and functioning;
  

c) organizes and coordinates the activity of the control of the execution of contracts for the supply of medical services;
  

d) organizes and coordinates the activity of the control of the social insurance fund collection of health;
  

e) propose action programs to improve financial discipline, including enforcement under art. 10. (4) the functions of the Board of Directors of the County's health insurance, that is the municipality of Bucharest, are: (a) approve the draft budget) of the annual revenue and expenditure related health social insurance fund;
  

(b) approve management reports) monthly, quarterly and annual, presented by the Director general;
  

c approve the contracting policy) proposed by the Director general, in compliance with the framework contract;
  

d approve action programmes) to improve financial discipline, including enforcement measures under art. 10.
  

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Art. 101 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 30 of October 29, 1998 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 421 of 6 November 1998.
The letters b and c)) of paragraph 1 of article 7. 101 were amended by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 155 of 19 October 1999, published in Official Gazette No. 510 of 21 October 1999.
Art. 101 was modified by art. 1 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 180 of 26 October 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 537 of 31 October 2000.


Article 102 (1) the Board of Directors of homes county health insurance, that is the municipality of Bucharest, is composed of 11 members as follows: the 5 members nominated by) County Council, namely the General Bucharest City Council, representing local governments, among them 2 members in consultation with organisations of pensioners at the county level;
  

b) 3 members appointed by consensus of the employers ' associations which are representative at national level;
  

c) 3 members appointed by consensus of the representative trade union organizations at the national level.
  

(2) the President of the Board of Directors is elected from among the Board members, with the consent of two thirds of their number. For the designation of the Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors shall apply accordingly article. 98 para. (2) and (3) the conditions for representativeness of employers ' associations and trade union organisations are laid down in law No. 130/1996 on collective labour contract, republished.
  

(4) the duties of the Board of Directors shall be determined by the statutes of the health insurance House, developed based on the status of the national health insurance and its regulations.
  

(5) the provisions of article 4. 93 para. (4) and art. 96 shall apply accordingly in the case of Directors of homes county health insurance, that is the municipality of Bucharest.
  

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Art. 102 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 30 of October 29, 1998 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 421 of 6 November 1998.
Art. 102 was modified by art. 1 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 180 of 26 October 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 537 of 31 October 2000.


Article 103 (1) Salaries and other rights of the President and Vice-Presidents of the National House of health insurance are as follows: the President's salary at) the level of compensation provided by law to the Minister;
  

b) the Vice-Chairman of wage compensation as provided by law for the position of Secretary of State.
  

(2) monthly salary as provided for in paragraph 1. (1) is the only form of compensation corresponding to the respective functions of the business and represents the basis for the determination of rights and obligations shall be determined in relation to the salary.
  

(3) salary and other entitlements, the Director general of the National House of health insurance shall be established at the level of the salary of the Secretary general of ministries.
  

(4) salary and other entitlements of the staff of the National House of health insurance and of the staff of the county health insurance, that is the municipality of Bucharest, will be established within the limits of the funds provided for this destination in the revenue and expenditure budgets of the respective houses, the National House of health insurance.
  


(5) the members of the Board of Directors of the National House of health insurance and boards of health insurance companies and the respective District of Bucharest, receive a monthly allowance of up to 20% of the salary of the President of the national health insurance, respectively from the salary of the Director-general of health insurance and the municipality of Bucharest under the terms of this effective Board meetings. "
  

(6) the statutes shall be approved in accordance with the law, and other rules and regulatory expenses for activities of national health insurance and the health of the County and houses of Bucharest.
  

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Art. 103 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 30 of October 29, 1998 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 421 of 6 November 1998.
Paragraphs 1 and 2. (4) and (5) of article 2. 103 were modified by art. 1 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 180 of 26 October 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 537 of 31 October 2000.


Article 104 (1) number of stations taken over by the National House of health insurance and health insurance and to Bucharest from the structure of the Ministry of health and the district health directorates and Bucharest is determined by the protocol.
  

(2) within 30 days from the date of taking over by the House staff national health insurance will be amended in an appropriate manner, tasks and organisational structure of the Ministry of health.
  

(3) Personnel seized pursuant to paragraph 1. (1) considering the interests of the service transferred.
  

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Art. 104 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 30 of October 29, 1998 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 421 of 6 November 1998.


Article 105 (1) the Ministry of health may provide in the administration of the national health insurance and the health insurance houses County and Bucharest, as well as of the health insurance system of Defence, public order, national security and Judicial Authority, established by order No. 56/1998, pursuant to art. 89, movable and immovable property-based protocol.
  

(2) Furthermore, National House of health insurance is managing movable and immovable property, acquired in accordance with the law, from its own activities, grants, donations or other sources.
  

(3) Central or local public Authorities may transmit, as provided by law, the movable and immovable property in the administration of the national health insurance and the health insurance companies referred to in paragraph 1. (1) for the development of their own activities.
  

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Art. 105 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 30 of October 29, 1998 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 421 of 6 November 1998.
Under paragraph (1) of article 105, "as well as the health insurance House, constituted by special law" was replaced by the reference "as well as of the health insurance system of Defence, public order, national security and Judicial Authority, established by order No. 56/1998, through art. 1 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 180 of 26 October 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 537 of 31 October 2000.


Article 106 (1) within the period provided for in art. 93 centralized budget of social insurance funds shall be approved by the Parliament, at the proposal of the national health insurance.
  

(2) approval of the budgets of the county health insurance is done by the National House of health insurance.
  

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Art. 106 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 30 of October 29, 1998 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 421 of 6 November 1998.


Article 107 of the Reserve Fund of the national health insurance remained unutilised at year's end will determine the destination of use by its Board of Directors.
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Art. 107 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 30 of October 29, 1998 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 421 of 6 November 1998.


Article 108.
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Art. 108 was introduced by EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 72 of 30 December 1998 published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 523 of 31 December 1998, rejected the law. 419 of 18 July 2001.


Article 109 Spaces acquired by doctors, according to the law, bound for surgeries and for housing, remain in service pending repayment in full by the holders of the right of ownership of the investments made by the doctors, to the value of their updated every.
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Art. 109 was introduced by art. 1 of the EMERGENCY ORDINANCE nr. 180 of 26 October 2000, published in MONITORUL OFICIAL nr. 537 of 31 October 2000.
This law was adopted by the Chamber of deputies at its meeting on 10 July 1997, in compliance with the provisions of art. 74 para. (1) of the Constitution of Romania.
p. CHAMBER of DEPUTIES PRESIDENT ANDREW JOHN CHILIMAN this law was adopted by the Senate at its meeting on 10 July 1997, in compliance with the provisions of art. 74 para. (1) of the Constitution of Romania.
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