HEALTH LAW SOME PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF HEALTH LAW MATTERS REFLECTED IN CONTENTIOUS ADMINISTRATIVE
Liviu Ungur ()
Fiat Iustitia, 2016, vol. 10, issue 2, 283-301
The present paper set out to analyze certain aspects encountered in the legal practice of contentious administrative courts in the field of health law, with particular approach of specific issues concerning the manner in which the patient's rights are recognised and respected and valued. Correspondingly, the paper debates matters related to the competent public authorities' ability to resolve applications on the recognition of certain rights and at the same time the study treats controversial aspects or aspects regarding non-unitary practice in the field of contributions to the national health insurance fund. of disadvantaged people, with a focus on special education for children in order to promote the effective equalization of opportunities, the access and participation in school and social groups. The specialists in special education signalized some issues in certain new legislative changes, in which some of the needed steps of education and inclusion process appear to be "burned", which raises the alarming arise of some dysfunctions generated by the new measures and regulations imposed without rest (or precautious measures), from “top to down”.
Keywords: Administrative contentious; patient's rights; social health insurance (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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