International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

Reform of the Healthcare System in the Republic of Slovenia is Late
Sara Ahlin Doljak, Ph.D.

The purpose of the article is to contribute to the future regulation (de lege ferenda) of the considered area in filling the legal vacuums that Slovenian case law senses and perceives in daily trials. More important, however, is the contribution to the out-of-court resolution of health insurance disputes through all forms of alternative dispute resolution, as this certainly contributes to the resolution of social conflicts in this area. The health care reform and establishment of a system that will encourage users and health care providers must consider public health care as a solidarity system of public financing. Health policy must operate widely and to the benefit of all citizens, not just of an individual provider, which can only be achieved by professionalism, responsibility, and effective control of the Ministry of Health. A good health system means that people have access to good health care where basic services are completed. Before offering a complete care to someone, we must ask ourselves what the complete care really means. A basic public health care system must exist; it is not possible to be without it. Everyone should have access to basic care that enables them to remain healthy and covers potential costs of treatment. For all other services that go beyond the basic care, it is reasonable to let in the market.

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