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Republic of Latvia

Cabinet
Regulation No. 770

Adopted 22 December 2015

Regulations Regarding Health Care Services to be Paid for Youth Guards, Provisions for Receipt and Procedures for Payment Thereof

Issued pursuant to
Section 17.1, Paragraph five
of the Military Service Law

I. General Provisions

1. This Regulation prescribes the health care services to be paid for the participants of the movement "Youth Guard" (hereinafter - the youth guards), provisions for receipt and procedures for payment thereof.

2. Expenses for the health care services provided for in this Regulation shall be covered by The Cadet Force and Information Centre (hereinafter - the Centre) from the State budget funds allocated for this purpose.

3. Payment for the health care services shall be made by the youth guard or his or her lawful representative from his or her own funds, and the Centre shall compensate to him or her the expenses for the health care provided for in this Regulation. The payment for the health care service referred to in Sub-paragraphs 4.1 and 5.1 of this Regulation may be made by local governments, and the Centre shall compensate such expenses to the local governments.

[17 May 2016]

II. Health Care Services to be Ensured for the Youth Guards

4. For the youth guard who has not reached 18 years of age the expenses shall be compensated for the following health care services:

4.1. vaccination against tick-borne encephalitis if the declared place of residence of the youth guard is located outside endemic territories of the tick-borne encephalitis;

4.2. purchase of vitamin D preparation if its use is prescribed by a medical practitioner;

4.3. services which are related to a trauma that the youth guard has acquired during the training classes of the youth guards organised and implemented by the Centre if such expenses have been partly or completely covered from the funds of the youth guard or his or her lawful representative:

4.3.1. out-patient and in-patient health care services;

4.3.2. medicinal products which are included in the Medicinal Product Register of Latvia as prescription medicinal products;

4.3.3. laboratory and diagnostic investigations in accordance with medicinal indications and with a referral of the attending physician;

4.3.4. medical devices;

4.3.5. purchase of goods necessary for care of a patient.

5. For the youth guard who has reached 18 years of age the expenses shall be compensated for the following health care services:

5.1. vaccination against tick-borne encephalitis;

5.2. patient's fee for a health care service related to receipt of a statement regarding a general health condition;

5.3. purchase of vitamin D preparation if its use is prescribed by a medical practitioner;

5.4. a patient's fee and co-payment for the health examinations which have been determined by the director of the Centre upon commencement of acquisition of the 4th level of the youth guard training programme by the youth guard;

5.5. services which are related to a trauma that the youth guard has acquired during the training classes of the youth guards organised and implemented by the Centre:

5.5.1. out-patient and in-patient health care services if the expenses related thereto have been partly or completely covered from the funds of the youth guard;

5.5.2. a patient's fee and co-payment;

5.5.3. medicinal products which are included in the Medicinal Product Register of Latvia as prescription medicinal products;

5.5.4. laboratory and diagnostic investigations in accordance with medicinal indications and with a referral of the attending physician;

5.5.5. medical devices;

5.5.6. purchase of goods necessary for care of a patient.

6. The youth guard is entitled to participate in activities and training classes organised by the Centre if he or she has submitted a statement of the family doctor (a sample form 027/u) to the instructor of the youth guards where the following information is provided:

6.1. the health condition of the youth guard, including chronic diseases;

6.2. medicinal products to be used on regular basis;

6.3. restrictions determined for physical activities;

6.4. carried out and planned vaccination against tick-borne encephalitis.

III. Conditions for Receipt of Health Care Services

7. The expenses for the health care services referred to in this Regulation shall be compensated for the youth guard if the youth guard or his or her lawful representative has entered into an agreement with the Centre regarding participation in the movement "Youth Guard" and it has come into effect.

8. When receiving the health care services provided for in this Regulation, the youth guard shall present Cadet Force membership card issued by the Centre in a medical treatment institution or to a medical practitioner.

9. The expenses for the health care services referred to in Sub-paragraphs 4.3 and 5.5 of this Regulation shall be compensated if causal relationship between the trauma acquired and participation of the youth guard in the training classes of the youth guards organised and implemented by the Centre is proven in the opinion of the Centre regarding investigation of the accident.

10. The director of the Centre shall determine procedures in an internal regulation for investigation of an accident in which the youth guard has acquired a trauma by participating in the training classes of the youth guards organised and implemented by the Centre.

11. The expenses for the health care services referred to in Sub-paragraphs 4.3 and 5.5 of this Regulation shall not be covered if the trauma has been acquired due to rough negligence or unlawful action of a youth guard, or under the influence of alcohol or other intoxicating substances.

12. The Centre is entitled to request additional information which is necessary for taking a decision to cover the services referred to in Sub-paragraphs 4.3 and 5.5 of this Regulation from the provider of health care services on the basis of a written consent of the youth guard or his or her lawful representative.

IV. Procedures for Compensation of Expenses

13. In order to compensate expenses to the youth guard, his or her lawful representative or local government for the health care services, the following documents shall be submitted to the Centre:

13.1. the submission regarding compensation of expenses by indicating the received health care service;

13.2. the documents issued by a medical treatment institution or medical practitioner attesting for the receipt of the health care service and payment thereof (for example, invoices, receipts, cashier's checks, a copy of the referral for receipt of services issued by a family doctor or other medical practitioner) where the given name, surname, personal identity number of the recipient of services, date, the name of the institution and health care services provided are indicated.

[17 May 2016]

14. The Centre shall assess the documents referred to in Paragraph 13 of this Regulation and, if the provisions for compensation of the health care services and the documents submitted comply with the requirements referred to in this Regulation, the expenses shall be compensated for the received health care services by transferring the relevant financial means to the account of the credit institution indicated in the submission within one month after receipt of the documents.

15. If the submitted documents or provisions for compensation of the health care expenses fail to comply with the requirements referred to in this Regulation, the Centre shall take a decision to refuse to compensate expenses for the health care services provided for in this Regulation and return the documents referred to in Sub-paragraph 13.2 of this Regulation to the submitter.

V. Closing Provision

16. This Regulation shall come into force on 1 January 2016.

Prime Minister Laimdota Straujuma

Minister for Defence Raimonds Bergmanis

 


Translation © 2017 Valsts valodas centrs (State Language Centre)

 
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Title: Noteikumi par jaunsargiem apmaksājamiem veselības aprūpes pakalpojumiem, to saņemšanas nosacījumiem .. Status:
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Issuer: Cabinet of Ministers Type: regulation Document number: 770Adoption: 22.12.2015.Entry into force: 01.01.2016.Publication: Latvijas Vēstnesis, 252, 28.12.2015. OP number: 2015/252.37
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