Developments in Financing and Reforming the Health Care System in Albania, the Road Ahead
Science Journal of Public Health
Volume 3, Issue 1-1, January 2015, Pages: 14-19
Received: Apr. 18, 2014; Accepted: May 16, 2014; Published: Jun. 14, 2014
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Alba Robert Dumi, Institute for European Studies, University of Tirana, Albania; Dean of Graduated School, “Ismail Qemali”Vlore University, Vlore, Albania
Zamira Sinaj, Management Department, “Ismail Qemali”Vlore University, Vlore, Albania
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Abstract
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 Albanian 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. In this paper research we are try to present the current situation concerning our insurance scheme, developments in financing the primary health care and hospital sectors, our future projects to improve the way of financing hospital services, etc. were displayed in this presentation. We are in focus of Albanian reforms, improvement of the services and we are studying the health costs for health services.Our learning and evaluation team reviewed every incoming evaluation to ensure that it met the quality standards in our policy. When evaluations failed to meet the standard, the three most common concerns, wich are analyze in this paper: (1) evaluation teams received too many questions—especially questions that are too general and ill-defined—relative to the resources available for the evaluation, (2) the data collection and analysis methods were not appropriate to answer the evaluation questions, or (3) evaluation reports.
Keywords
HIV Aids, Health Sector, National Service, Progress, Health Service, Performance
To cite this article
Alba Robert Dumi, Zamira Sinaj, Developments in Financing and Reforming the Health Care System in Albania, the Road Ahead, Science Journal of Public Health. Special Issue: Health Behavior and Public Health. Vol. 3, No. 1-1, 2015, pp. 14-19. doi: 10.11648/j.sjph.s.2015030101.13
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