CSHI | Корпоративный фонд "University Medical Center"

CSHI

Health is the greatest value for all people.

Compulsory health insurance became one of the main implementations of 2017 in Kazakhstan. If earlier health insurance for many years operated in the category as voluntary, the introduction of compulsory health insurance in Kazakhstan bears a tremendous change.

The system of compulsory health insurance will help Kazakhstan keep pace with the times, as well as stimulate further development of the insurance market.  After all, it is not a secret for anyone that the developed countries of the world practice health insurance, and is a major part of life.

The state guarantees free medical care:

  1. First aid and sanitary aviation;
  2. Out-patient and polyclinic care for socially significant diseases, diseases that are dangerous to others, according to the list determined by the authorized body, as well as persons who do not have the right to medical care in the system of compulsory social health insurance in accordance with the Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan “On compulsory social health insurance “, which includes: primary; consultative and diagnostic assistance by the referral of a specialist in primary health care and specialized specialists;
  3. Inpatient care: planned inpatient care only for socially significant diseases, diseases that pose a danger to others, according to the list determined by the authorized body, by the referral of a specialist in primary health care or a medical organization within the planned number of hospitalization cases determined by the authorized body; for emergency indications – regardless of the referral;
  4. Inpatient-substituting care for socially significant diseases, diseases that are dangerous for others, according to the list determined by the authorized body, by the referral of a specialist in primary health care or a medical organization;
  5. Prophylactic immunization.

The CSHI will include:

  1. Out-patient and polyclinic care (except for medical care for socially significant diseases, diseases that are dangerous to others, according to the list determined by the authorized body), including: primary health care, consultative and diagnostic assistance by the referral of a specialist in primary health care and specialized specialists;
  2. Outpatient drug provision by prescription;
  3. Inpatient care (with the exception of medical care for socially significant diseases, diseases that are dangerous to others, according to the list determined by the authorized body): scheduled inpatient care for a specialist in primary health care or a medical organization within the planned number of hospitalization cases, including high-tech medical services, for emergency indications – regardless of whether there is a referral of a specialist in primary health care and or medical organization;
  4. Hospital-assisted care (with the exception of medical care for socially significant diseases, diseases that are dangerous to others, according to the list determined by the authorized body) – by the referral of a specialist primary health care or medical organization.

A source: https://egov.kz/cms/en/articles/health_care/osms