Since 2019, the EHIF has expanded free dental care for people with severe physical and mental disabilities, who are unable to take care of their oral hygiene.
Over half of the Estonian population is satisfied with the organization of health care, and compared to the previous year, people's evaluation of the availability of medical care has significantly improved, as the research by EHIF and Kantar Emor revealed.
Cooperation between family physicians and medical specialists is crucial for providing people with timely, high-quality medical care and advice. To improve this cooperation, an e-consultation service was set up in 2013.
In the first half-year of 2018, the Health Insurance Fund funded health services for over 481 million euros, which was 71 million euros more year on year.
May is the international Breast Cancer Awareness month and in this context we would like to recall that early detected breast cancer is curable and the best way to detect breast cancer in early stages is to participate in a screening.
The Estonian Health Insurance Fund received a prize in the International Quality and Innovation Competition for the introduction of a Drug Interaction Register in the e-Prescription system.
At the 25th anniversary of health insurance of the two Baltic countries, international experts will gather at a number of important meetings to ask how to ensure the effective functioning of the local healthcare systems in the next quarter of a century.
EHIF and the World Bank are organizing a conference in Tallinn, Estonia on October 25th – 26th. The event is held at the Space X center. The two organizations are introducing their report “Payment Systems Review” for the first time.