section 1 of this regulation provides for the health care guarantee
According to § 3 g health care Act (1982:763) and if
County Councils ' reporting obligations under section 3 of the same law.
The terms and expressions used in the Act have the same meaning
in this regulation.
Time periods for the care guarantee
section 2 of the health care guarantee in accordance with § 3 g health care Act
(1982:763) shall contain a statement that the county councils
1. the guarantee of availability on the day of the individual seeking
contact with primary care,
2. visiting the warranty within primary care within 7 days of the
the individual has sought contact with primary care, if the health care provider
has determined that the individual will need to visit the doctor,
3. visiting the guarantee within the specialist care within 90 days
from the time the referral is issued or, if a referral is not
is necessary, from the time the individual has sought contact with
specialist care, and
4. the guarantee of treatment within 90 days of the caregiver
has decided that the individual should get the current healthcare system.
paragraph 3 of the time when the individual for medical reasons cannot be given care
or voluntarily abstaining from care shall not be counted in
the determination of whether the health care guarantee pursuant to article 2 of the 3 or 4 is
The individual should be considered to voluntarily relinquish care if he or
1. informed about the health care guarantee,
2. offered medical care in accordance with the health care guarantee, and
3. announced the health care provider that he or she waives
the offer of care.
Reporting of wait times
section 4 of the county councils ' reporting obligations under section 3 of the health
and medical services Act (1982:763) to be performed by
the county councils provide information on waiting times for the national
waiting time database maintained by the Swedish Association of local authorities and regions.
5 § the National Board may announce further provisions concerning
County Councils ' reporting obligations under section 3 of the health and
Medical Services Act (1982:763).