Accessible Package of Services in Health Insurance Reform in Albania
This article presents a summary of the current status, of health Albanian system.The developing health care system of
undergraduate, postgraduate and continuous medical education in Albania and suggests opportunities for development and
partnerships that would help the country's medical education reform. The impact of these changes and developing health care
sector may be reduced by two modifications in undergraduate medical programs. First identifying, training practice
discrepancies, with a view of correcting them. Computerization of all pharmacies started for the first time in 2007. Partnership
with health institutions and namely with pharmacies was also strengthened. The intention of this corporation was to insure
hardware equipment to support the software produced by HII.Since their system was designed in such a way that it served not
only to HII, but also to pharmacies in their everybody work, very soon pharmacists that previously didn’t want to procure
equipment became our collaborators in improving the system. The HII received more than 17% of all health funds, with 8.5%
coming from the state budget, 4.3% from employers and 4.4% from individual contributions. While the state remains the major
source of health care financing, its contribution shrank from around 84% in 1990 to less than 60% in 1999 as other funding,
especially out-of-pocket payments, increased.
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