Romanian state posts new tenders for improving national health insurance card system

Newsroom 30/03/2016 | 12:51

The National Health Insurance House has posted an announcement on the Electronic Public Acquisitions System, concerning the acquisition of helpdesk, maintenance and technical support services for the electronic health insurance card project.

The estimated value of the contract, which does not include VAT, is RON 18.8 million. The application deadline is May 9th.

The contract will be financed from the public budget and and will be signed for a period of three years.

The National Health Insurance House also posted another separate announcement for services of administration, technical support and hardware maintenance for the health insurances IT platform . This contract would cost RON 8.3 million, no VAT included, and would also be signed for a three year period. The application deadline is May 6, according to 

Both contracts will go to the bidder who offers the lowest price.

The national health card has been experiencing problems various times.

The national health insurance card serves to prove that the person is insured and also confirms their presence at the provider of medical services. The introduction of the cards is intended to reduce red tape and corruption in the medical sector.

The national health insurance card system was attributed in April 2012 to a consortium formed of HP Romania and Novensys Corporation, with Siveco Romania as sub-contractor. The system cost RON 87.6 million, VAT not included, according to

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