Lowering the age is the conjuration of reality.

We believe that in the future the local government will not lack determination and ingenuity that will allow us zapełnićkolejne editions of the report, “- said Tomasz Wroblewski, president WEI.Konstatacją demand report is addressed to the central authorities to avoid imposing further legislative muzzled local authorities. Trying for some solutions a smaller area, can later lead to their implementation in other areas of the country. Unfortunately, practice shows that the trend of the past several years rather tends to reduce any such self-government at a lower level. Some solutions, such as. to transform schools in the Municipality of Hanna would be in the current legal already difficult to przeprowadzenia.zobacz also head of KBW for local elections: local governments do not repeal the task »the report was made in cooperation with the local government community letter. The basic premise of the reform – which is to start in September – to be transferred as close as possible the treatment of the patient. The core of the system have an outpatient, the hospital should be a last resort – when the patient fails to help the lower level. But it is for the clinic are reduced value of contracts (in some provinces). – Branches hospital does not have this problem, even some cooperation in increasing the number of beds.

But clinics and departments have lower daily contract – confirmed by prof. Barbara Remberk, national consultant in the field of child and adolescent psychiatry. Although the uneven distribution of the treatment of the child in the hospital is the most expensive form of therapy – costs over 2.5 times more than treatment in a day hospital and over 20 times more than treatment in a mental health clinic – so far it is on hospital care was getting the most money. Last year it was 112.4 million zł, while outpatient services – 73 million zł, and on a daily form of aid – less than 32 million zł. See also: Janas-Kozik: Admissions can not be a psychiatric clinic Hour [INTERVIEW] “Now the funds are to be split differently: more go to treatment environment – in clinics or day wards. However, as you can see – not everywhere.

See also: Child psychiatry closer to reform »The problem is, even last year, experts pointed out. – Completely incomprehensible is decreasing by the troops of Lower Silesia and the Silesian contracts for public centers for outpatient services and day. After all, children and young people should be able to use these services mainly. At this time, parents can get help quickly psychological or psychiatric emergency room in the hospital all day with branch for children and youth. Hence the huge congestion at these centers, which are not able to take so many needy – said Tomasz Rowiński, Director of Environmental Center for Mental Health for Children and Youth in Bielany and a member of the team preparing the ministerial reform. Deputy Minister Zbigniew King promised to take the appropriate steps. – We operate everywhere where we see the consequences of bad decisions of the past. At the moment this applies to directors of regional branches of the National Health Fund. The point is that the proposed contracts adequate to the assumptions prepared by us reform.

They should not offer contracts to the lower environmental counseling for children and youth. The child and adolescent psychiatry main emphasis should be placed on moving away from medicalization and a different approach to the patient – declared. Interventions to no avail But the problem is still present. It recently raised the Ombudsman in a letter to the Ministry of Health which is a response to signals from the provincial advisers in the field of child and adolescent psychiatry. In the Pomeranian NFZ he undertook to intervene on the radical reduction of 65 percent. the contract value compared to the previously applicable, in the oldest psychiatric clinic in Gdansk Psychological-Pubs-Med. In this case, the results were good – expenditure on treatment has increased. The same problem exists in Silesia.

Reducing funding may result in the cancellation concerns several institutions in the region (day clinic and branches). The common denominator is the decline in the value of contracts for services in 2019. Of 50-65 percent. compared to last year, which makes it difficult or even impossible to take care of psychiatric patients in need. This causes the still the most available form of assistance is the hospital emergency room. One of these centers is the Center of Paediatrics. Pope John Paul II in Sosnowiec, which significantly reduced contract for mental health counseling for children. It is headed by prof.

Małgorzata Janas-Kozik, part of the team preparing the reform, hot advocate of environmental treatment. Dorota Surma-Kus, Director. Economic-administrative Sosnowiec Hospital, emphasizes that the reduction of the contract significantly lengthen the queue. – Clinic works, but is waiting for a visit about a year. Therefore, emergency room has become a clinic. But then the patient returns home and must continue to wait on a branch or goes all day – he says.

He explains that the contract has been reduced by 48 percent. – At the clinic in 2018. We had 489 thousand. zł, including 259 thousand. zł. At the psychiatric hospital day for children and young people we had in 2018. 372 thousand. zł, including 225 thousand. zł, or 40 percent. less. This means that before we were able to rehabilitate 13 patients every day, now six – he concludes. Source: DGP Resort declares support the Ministry of Health explains that – according to the information provided by the regional branches of the National Health Fund – lowering the contracts of specific institutions is the result of the competition procedure. However, the declaration supports intervention in such cases.

At the same time, in connection with the reform being prepared in cooperation with the Agency for Health Technology Assessment and tariff and the National Health Fund, the Ministry carries out activities whose purpose is to prepare a new method of financing and valuation services. School at the beginning of April was circulated already asked to present the real costs. NHF did not respond to our questions on the subject. The large increase in inflation. What happened? / ** / (function (d, s, d) {var js = vtjs d.getElementsByTagName (s) [0]; if (d.getElementById (d)) return; js = d.createElement (s); js .id = id; js.src = “https://videotarget.pl/v1/sdk.js” vtjs.parentNode.insertBefore (js vtjs)} (document, “script”, “VT-SDK”) ); / ** / The report also shows that the average Pole aged 25-45 years is lost in topic pensions, it is not willing to bear the additional costs associated with pension products, and financial institutions are distant enough for him. “Long-term saving for retirement is a serious problem, both social and economic,” – said Marcin Idzik TNS Poland. According to Gregory peasant woman president of Nationale-Nederlanden PTE, which commissioned the survey, the best solutions are based “on consensus between employers and employees, where an important role is played by the trade unions.” In his opinion, a good example is the Netherlands, where an additional saving for retirement decided to 80 percent. society.

Gregory Chłopek stressed that in the Netherlands belong to the third pillar is voluntary products, but also the default. He added that “some industries may apply to the ministry to membership was compulsory, and that happens” (in the Netherlands – PAP). President of Nationale-Nederlanden PTE argued that long-term saving even small amounts can bring much greater benefits than the deposition of larger amounts for a short period, and the first years in the case of saving for retirement can be decisive. Gregory Chłopek pointed at the additional benefits that can give a Polish families 500+ program. According to him, it gives opportunity to earmark a percentage of that amount for investments, including pension. “Imagine that these 500 zł parents pay for child’s account and save for 18 years.

This is a huge boost for the economy, but after 18 years it will be possible to buy an apartment for a significant part of this child” – he said. Participants debate the most disturbed that only 14 percent. Poles aged 25-45 years have taken measures that can guarantee them additional funds for retirement. According to Dr. Marcin Idzik TNS Poland, “the results are alarming,” however – as noted – the results of the study also show that “the growing interest in and awareness of the need to save for retirement.” See also: Retirement: From the beginning of April will open the transfer window »Poles should save for retirement, but not enough to earn» Troublesome calculations for pensions: The government does not know or support the presidential draft lowering the retirement age »” It is important that the public expects far existing solutions will be developed or will be developed new, that will allow for efficient attachment to a system of voluntary savings, “- said Marcin Idzik.

According to him, the Poles attention is directed primarily toward Occupational Pensions Authority (PPE), where contributions are partially covers the employee and the employer’s part. Dr. Idzik stressed that with this solution the give me the answers to my homework consumer receives a specific tool you can use. “We take off with consumers one of the most important problems, as consumers believe that saving long-term for a specific purpose for them is very difficult because of the high determination, which must accompany the process and due to the very far spread during the gratification of this type of method of saving “- he explained. Alarming for participants in the debate it was also favored by the respondents choice of long-term savings instruments. It turned out that almost half of people saving for retirement benefits in addition to a bank account, or simply holding cash in the house. The respondents did not realize that such ways of raising capital suited only in the short term, they lack the mechanisms to support regularity and consistency.

While in case of inducing an attractive offer to the greater current consumption, there is a risk of easy resignation saving destination and accumulated capital for purposes not connected with the future retirement. According to the report “inadequate choice of financial instruments has its source in a low level of knowledge in this area – more than half of Poles aged 25-45 years can not name any solution dedicated strictly financial retirement goals (ie. The third pillar).” According to participants in the debate may be due to a lack of confidence in the Social Insurance Institution and bad experiences with certain financial products. TNS Polish report confirmed that more than 40 percent. respondents thinking about the ideal product financial incentives for undertaking additional saving for retirement, indicates that it should be flexible, that is, give the opportunity to withdraw the invested funds at any time. “The pension system in Poland is sick, he is sick already 80 years, then the disease is intensified after the reform, which was conducted from 1 January 1999.” – Prof. assessed. dr. Grazyna Ancyparowicz of the National Development Council under the President of the Republic of Poland and the Monetary Policy Council. This resulted in her opinion that “about 300 billion zł was addressed directly to the pension system in the capital market, and then there were the secondary effects and the high interest burden.” Professor Grazyna Ancyparowicz said that although the current pension system “is bad in every respect, in the next several years no danger that will not be paid on time to provide.” She stressed that the need to “as soon as possible begin to consider what should be the target system solutions.” “The catastrophe will not happen, at least when it comes to the state system (…), because the Polish economy is – contrary to what is being said – quite well” – said prof.

Ancyparowicz. She admitted that the public finances are in a slightly worse position, but expressed hope that this is a temporary situation. “It is not even a crisis, only some symptoms of the impending solstice when it comes to public debt management policy and approach to the tax system,” – she said prof. Ancyparowicz. Henry Nakonieczny of the presidium of the “Solidarity” said that many Poles do not even have a hundred gold to postpone for a rainy day, because “faces a choice – either to retire or I’ll put your child buy shoes.” In assessing the “Plan Morawiecki” prof. Ancyparowicz said that it is aimed at increasing the income redistribution through another and sealing of the tax system and – as she said – “in this respect is the plan properly oriented.” According to her, the Poles will certainly be inclined to save, if only “some households would extract from the debt trap” and the Poles “will have a higher income.” Professor Ancyparowicz added that “we do not have the habit of saving a life, because for us it’s mostly not afford.” Assoc.

Philip Chybalski from the Technical University of Lodz pointed out that systematically extends the life of Poles. “The consequence of the fact that we live longer, it must be aware that you need to be more active professionally. It is necessary to raise the retirement age. Lowering the age is the conjuration of reality. If you can deal with systematically raising the retirement age, we are able to build a good pension system” – he noted. Participants in the debate agreed that an effective way to lasting change attitudes of Poles may be awareness-raising activities and the financial system, which will increase the sense of stability and security.

According to Jeremy Mordasewicz, advisor of the board of the Confederation of Private Employers “Lewiatan” need “a huge educational job” to persuade Poles to save. He added that changes in the structure of savings depends on rapid economic growth. “People must understand that investing in mutual funds gives them personally, as well as huge economic benefits,” – he stressed. Mariusz Kubzdyl, director of the Department of Social Security in MRPiPS believe that they are already “quite interesting ways to encourage Poles to saving for retirement.” “The tax system creates a system of incentives and preferences in the form of Individual Retirement Accounts and Individual Retirement Accounts protection that reward hardships and austerity associated with storing and storing consumption at retirement” – said the director. Kubzdyl. According to him, it is necessary to educate the public in this respect and “a few years of peace” without abrupt changes to the regulations. Reassured, however, that the Social Security Fund is not threatened insolvency.

Recent press articles alarming that run on pensions in the Social Security Fund 400 billion zł according to him, are dictated by the desire to increase sales of newspapers. “The fear is that somehow induced increase in sales of used newspapers, but no doubt FUS-e does not run out of money to pay pensions,” – said Mariusz Kubzdyl.