In Kosovo, which lacks health insurance coverage for its citizens due to political indecision, not all governments in the post-war era have taken a step.
Kosovo is one of the countries without health insurance. Kosovo’s citizens have been waiting for governments to provide health insurance for several years. However, no progress has been observed in this regard yet.
Health experts point out that years without health insurance create major hardships for patients.
Some analysts believe that persuading citizens to contribute will help build up the health insurance fund. Analysts point out that the political factor in the country does not indicate a willingness to resolve the issue of health insurance.
On the other hand, Pesim Kodra, Patients’ Rights Association of Kosovo, said in a statement that no reform in the health system can be expected without the introduction of health insurance. Other health changes, Kodra noted, would be cosmetic.
On the other hand, the Ministry of Health in Kosovo is silent about health insurance.
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