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Social (compulsory) health insurance
The history of social health insurance dates back to the 1880s, when the first system was introduced in Germany by Chancellor Bismarck. Of the various types of insurance schemes, this is most reminiscent of a tax-based financing system. But, unlike the tax-financed healthcare system, the people covered by it are entitled to a certain package of services in exchange for the contributions they paid. Contributions are mandatory and are related to the income of the insured. The receipt of services depends on the need. The revenues of the social health insurance system are managed by independent institutions, independently and separately from the total revenues to the state treasury. Such institutions are usually led by tripartite or bilateral governments, including representatives of those who finance health insurance (i.e., workers, employers, and - if the state is involved - the government).
As noted above, social health insurance (or nationwide health services) is provided in most industrialized countries. In the early stages of its implementation, it usually extends to workers in the formal sector. The pace of coverage for lower paid workers, farmers and self-employed people is directly related to the pace of economic development. As lower income groups reach, governments are usually forced to subsidize the system.
Many developing countries are considering social health insurance mechanisms as a means to increase the overall resource base of health care, requiring relatively affluent people (i.e., workers in the formal sector) to pay for their health care, thereby increasing the resources intended to provide services to those who are not in able to do it.
Social health insurance schemes cover a significant proportion of the population in at least 13 African countries. Thus, approximately 25% of the population is covered by the hospital insurance system in Kenya. Social insurance systems are available in most countries of Latin America, where they have been developed since the 30s of the twentieth century. Large Asian countries (for example, India, Indonesia, the Philippines) have social health insurance that extends to millions of workers and their families. The Republic of Korea introduced a social health insurance system, which began with a relatively small system in 1977; For 12 years, by 1989, the system practically covered the entire population. Thailand was one of the last countries to establish a social health insurance system. A characteristic feature of this system is its exceptional success in cost control due to the per capita method of payment for hospital services chosen by the insured to meet his medical needs.
Social health insurance systems in developing countries often face difficulties in developing tax collection and service policies for workers with changing, recurring and seasonal incomes. Such workers are often assigned to the informal sector and are excluded from system coverage. In many European countries, the problem of self-employed and workers with irregular incomes has been resolved by providing opportunities for voluntary participation. The main difficulty in this case is to establish a fair contribution rate that would not deprive the incentive to participate in the system and at the same time would not impose an excessive burden on the regular participants of the system.
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Social (compulsory) health insurance
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