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Changes in the Organisational-legal Form of Hospitals

Author(s): Olga Angelovská

Date: 2019

Publisher: NISPAcee Press

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Olga Angelovská, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University, Prague

Resumé
The contemporary legal form of contributory organisations is, in the case of hospitals, considered outdated. There were several attempts to change the unsatisfactory law, which dates back twenty years and which had been claimed to be a temporary regulation. The reason for the absence of significant change is undoubtedly the political sensitivity of the matter. There are currently three options. In addition to remaining in the current state, it is either a move towards one of the existing legal norms, namely a joint-stock company, or the adoption of new legislation for a new legal form of non-profit health organisation. Given the deficiencies of the current legislation and the specific needs of hospitals, we tend to prefer to adopt new legislation addressing the position of a non-profit health organisation, including the setting up of university hospitals. The policy paper is intended for government authorities and the general public to give a picture of the possibilities of dealing with the unsatisfactory legal form of large hospitals founded by the Ministry of Health.

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