A new decision on competition in field of compulsory health insurance services


October 19, Fineko/abc.az. The State Service for Antimonopoly Supervision & Control of the Consumer Market has made a final decision on the case initiated on the grounds of violation of antimonopoly legislation in the field of compulsory medical insurance services.

During the consideration of the case it was found that by introducing restrictions by private medical institutions on the provision of mandatory medical services without a legal basis and creating artificial barriers for new participants to enter the market of these services, actions were allowed that could lead to violation of the interests of entrepreneurs and consumers, restriction of competition.

In accordance with the decision, it was ordered not to impose restrictions without a legal basis, to conclude an appropriate contract with these enterprises and eliminate other circumstances that may lead to violation of antimonopoly legislation.