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Superintendence of Health Services updates regulatory framework and requirements for the registration of social works

Superintendence of Health Services updates regulatory framework and requirements for the registration of social works

In this way, the registration requirements of the National Registry of Social Works (RNOS) were also modified to the National Registry of Insurance Agents (RNAS).

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The Superintendence of Health Services made the decision to modify the name and registration requirements of the National Registry of Social Works through Resolution 232/2024 published this Monday in the Official Gazette.

In this way, the registration requirements of the National Registry of Social Works (RNOS) to the National Registry of Insurance Agents (RNAS).

The most important changes are:

  • Name change: The RNOS is renamed RNAS to more accurately reflect the variety of entities that are now part of the National Health Insurance System.
  • New registration requirements: Entities that wish to register in the RNAS, and that are not already registered in the National Registry of Prepaid Medicine Entities (RNEMP), must do so first in the RNEMP.
  • Simplified registration procedure: A more agile registration process is introduced for entities that wish to obtain registration in the RNAS.

In addition, entities that request registration in the NATIONAL REGISTRY OF INSURANCE AGENTS (RNAS) must provide, as a sworn statement, the following information, must be signed by the Legal Representative of the entity.

  • to. Name and/or company name of the entity;
  • b. CUIT number;
  • c. Registered office and email address.
  • d. List of authorities in force on the date of presentation, indicating position and period of mandate.
  • Provisional or definitive registration number in the NATIONAL REGISTRY OF ENTITIES OF
  • PREPAID MEDICINE.

Objective of the standard

According to the official text, The objective of the resolution is to update the RNAS regulatory framework to adapt it to the modifications introduced in Laws No. 23,660 and No. 23,661.

Likewise, it highlights that the Superintendency of Health Services (SSSalud) is responsible for implementing the resolution. Finally, the text concludes with standard administrative instructions for recording, communicating, and archiving.

Source: Ambito

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