Provision of inpatient and outpatient health care services

  • Operational re-organisation of patient flows, infrastructure and material and human resources.
  • Postponement of scheduled operations, except aid and health care services, the failure of the provision of which might result in patient’s need for medical emergency or a significant deterioration of his condition.
  • Postponement of scheduled hospitalisations for other diagnostic and therapeutic services.
  • Visiting patients shall be prohibited, except patients in terminal condition and children under 14 years of age, with the permission of the treating physician.
  • Restriction on the provision of medical rehabilitation services, except where failure to do so would result in patient’s disability.
  • Provision of remote services: prescription of medicines and medical aids, consultations, issuance and extension of electronic certificates of incapacity for work, consultations between physicians, referral for required examinations, nurse consultation.
  • Postponement of scheduled consultation, diagnostic, preventive and treatment services, except for aid and health services, the failure of the provision of which might result in patient’s need for medical emergency or a significant deterioration of his condition.
  • Restrictions on home care services other than outpatient nursing and palliative care services, except where failure to provide them would result in patient's need for medical emergency or a significant deterioration of his condition.
  • Postponement of outpatient medical rehabilitation services.
  • Postponement of preventive examinations and preventive programmes.
  • Reorganisation of scheduled vaccinations with patient flow management.
  • Postponement of dental services other than emergency medical care.
  • Reorganisation of pharmacy activities to avoid direct human contact.
Last updated: 26-03-2020