The country’s largest EPS, Famisanar, announced to its users that it was in a delicate economic situation. This after National Health Supervision (SuperSalud) made public that it will carry out a coercive intervention to manage the EPS.
The statement says: Famizan said: “Today (September 15, 2023) we received notification from the National Health Superintendency to carry out the compulsory procedure to administer the EPS.” Famizan throughout the country for a period of one year.
At the moment, Famizan has 3 million members across the country. The company assured that it remains committed to its mission and vision and ensuring the delivery of healthcare services.
The doctor for her part Sandra Milena Jaramillo was assigned as a special agent. She spoke in a calm tone and said, “This is an opportunity to work together to address the situation the creature finds itself in.”
Why is the EPS Famisanar ordered a compulsory intervention?
The intervention came after the National Health Inspectorate noted the deterioration of the company’s financial indicators, the increase in the number of complaints and PQR from users, and non-compliance with regulations EPS of more than ten health insurance standards and the provision of services to its members.
The decision was made by Ulahi Beltran Lopez which demonstrated the deterioration in the administrative, financial, legal and technical-scientific performance of the health facility.
It should be noted that Family EPS With more than 3 million members in 21 departments, it is one of the largest in the country. The highest concentration of subsidiaries is found in Bogotá and Cundinamarca (77%), followed by Santander (4.46%), Boyacá (4.34%) and Tolima (2.92%).