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ACM: Health insurers are allowed to give health care providers financial support collectively during Coronavirus crisis
Health insurers can make collective arrangements to support health care providers during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. These arrangements concern continuity contributions and advances on payments to health care providers that are not directly involved in helping Coronavirus patients.
Many forms of collaborations are allowed. However, collaborations can also go too far. That is why ACM has provided more clarity in its ‘Policy Rule on the Right Care in the Right Place’.
ACM Policy Rule on arrangements as part of the movement called ‘The right care in the right place’ (JZOJP)
In this policy rule, ACM explains that it will not impose any fines if collaborations as part of the initiative called ‘the Right Care in the Right Place’ (in Dutch: De Juiste Zorg op de Juiste Plek) meet five criteria.
ACM has pointed out to primary-care providers that a collective boycott of care contracts is illegal.
An evaluation carried out by ACM has revealed that primary-care providers have become more active in launching collaborations.