In the compulsory medical insurance system, appears the term "paid non-medical services in private hospitals".
The Ministry of Economy and Infrastructure has prepared and issued for public consultations a draft regulation on non-medical services provided to health facilities by patients within the framework of compulsory medical insurance. In accordance with the regulations, non-medical services are a range of services provided at the request of a patient in private health facilities, to create increased comfort conditions or allow the patient to choose medical or non-medical personnel to provide the necessary services. The list of non-medical services includes 18 titles, including business center services (computer, copier, fax, etc.); transmission of test results by e-mail; translation (in writing and orally); TV, the Internet; washing or dry cleaning clothes; parking in the parking lot of a medical institution; personal accompaniment of the patient and supervision of his/her children, etc. These services are presented on a voluntary basis, on the basis of a contract concluded between the provider and the patient. Tariffs for the provision of non-medical services by private health facilities will be established independently, while they can not exceed the cost of similar services outside the compulsory health insurance system. Consultations on the project are held until July 15: http://particip.gov.md/proiectview.php?l=ro&idd=5509. //09.07.2018 — InfoMarket.