Global Advanced Research Journal of Management and Business Studies (GARJMBS) ISSN: 2315-5086 March 2012 Vol. 3(3), pp 126-135

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Original Research Articles

The new health insurance  reforming in Albania, as a new vision of the health care system under EU standards 

Ma. Zamira Sinaj1    and    Alba Robert Dumi2 

1PhD Candidate, Administration Department & Health Care Hospital, Vlora Region, Albania, Corresponding author: z.sinaj@yahoo.com

2Prof Assoc Dr, Dean of Graduated School, Management and Administration Department, Economy Faculty, University “Ismail Qemali”  of Vlore, L Pavaresia, Sheshi: Skele, Vlore, Albania, Tel: +35533222288

Corresponding author:alba.besi12@gmail.com 

Accepted 12 March 2014 Accepted 28 February 2013

 

Abstract

In this paper research we want to present the new low reforming in health care system in Albania. Like any robust reform process, we face significant challenges across a spectrum of efforts. Designing country strategies was more time and labor intensive than originally anticipated, particularly because a large number of partners were engaged in the process to determine tough trade-offs.. The Albanian Health sector is in the continuing transformation in the function of the realization of the proper standards. To realize the reform in this sector and to help the decision makers in their decision is necessary to have the right information on the source of the financing of health sector, on the destination of the expenditure in this sector and their control. “The establishment of the National Health Service is an integral part of the new Government program and it is also the fairest intervention intended to upgrade the system of service financing at the levels required by providers and recipients of health services. We are present in this paper research an overview of the health sector regorms, which is defined as the priority sector in the Albanian Strategy for the social and economic development.                                

Keywords: Albanian strategy, Health sector, National service, Performance

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