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Veselības aprūpes organizēšanas un finansēšanas kārtība (Procedures for the organization and financing of healthcare)

The Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Latvia Country Resources Mental Health Legislation, Regulations and Implementation Guides Latvia 31 December 2013 Policy document mental health care, mental health facility, mental health service

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Noteikumi nosaka veselības aprūpes organizēšanas un finansēšanas kārtību, to ārstniecības pakalpojumu veidus un apjomus, kuri tiek apmaksāti no valsts budžeta un pakalpojuma saņēmēja līdzekļiem, samaksas kārtību par minētajiem pakalpojumiem, kā arī kārtību, kādā veidojamas plānveida veselības aprūpes pakalpojumu saņemšanas pretendentu rindas. Šīs dokuments, citu starpā, regulē arī psihiskās veselības aizsardzības un psihiatriskās aprūpes pakalpojumu sfēru.

These are the procedures for the organization and financing of those healthcare services, that are reimbursed from the state budget and the means of the service users, as well as the procedure of reimbursement of these services, and procedure of how are the waiting lists for receiving these services made. This document regulates also the sphere of mental healthcare and psychiatric services.

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