The National Printing Company has restarted the bidding for the introduction of the electronic health insurance card, a contract that is estimated at approximately EUR 26 million, VAT included (RON 110.8 million), according to Mediafax newswire.
The first attribution procedure was cancelled after Ericsson Romania filed a complaint on the grounds that the documentation breaks the public acquisition law and restricts the access of applicants.
The new participation announcement was published on September 5 on the website e-licitatie.ro.
The contract will have a length of 9 months and will be financed by the National Printing Company.
The task book stipulates that the bidding applies to applicants that posted a turnover of at least EUR 49.5 million (RON 170 million) over the past three years
The national card will be issued individually for each applicant and distributed at home by mail.
The IT solution behind the electronic card is calibrated to manage 15 million insured people, 50,000 doctors of whom 12,000 family doctors, 15 million consultations per year, 22 million treatments per year, 3.5 million vaccinations per year, 20 million lab analysis per year. 2.7 home visits per year and 5.4 million hospitalizations per year.