Prof. zw. dr hab. Daniel Eryk Lach LL.M. (EUV), Professor in Chair of Labour Law and Social Law at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan. Member of the Supreme Court Research and Analyses Office. Scholarship holder of the Max-Planck-Institut für Sozialrecht und Sozialpolitik in Munich. Author of over 100 scientific books and papers on theoretical and legal issues of the health- and long-term care system, also in constitutional and cross-border
The subject of this paper is the judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union from 29 October 2020 in case C-243/19. There are two important issues discussed: 1) if the patient's religious beliefs might be a reason for granting the prior authorization accordingto articles: 20(2) of Regulation No. 883/2004 and 8(5) and (6)(d) of Directive 2011/24, 2) the difference between the rules of the reimbursement of costs of cross-board healthcare set in the Regulation No. 883/2004 and in the Directive 2011/24.
The aim of the article is to discuss the issues related to the payer's claims for the return of part of the contribution charged to an insured. Based on the achievements of the Polish, German and Austrian jurisprudence and doctrine it will be shown the possibilities of the payer's claims for reimbursement of social security contributions paid by the payer from his funds in the part that should be financed from the insured's funds in the cases of a posterior statement, that the insured person working under a civil law contract was employed on the basis of an labour employment relationship, or that the insured's selfemployment was of a bogus nature.
The subject of this study is to present selected issues concerning the constructing of the service system covering the risk of the need of long-term care. Author discusses the questions of: defining the risk of the need of long-term care seen in the context of demographic situation, scope and character of the system services and as well as its organization and financing.
Due to the observed and forecasted demographic changes, the author formulates the thesis according to which dependent people's housing communities, being an alternative to institutional care, could be helpful in solving the demographically conditioned problem of insufficient access to informal long-term care. This thesis is developed by presenting the instruments adopted in German nursing insurance aimed at supporting the creation and functioning of dependent people's housing communities. Against this background there will be critical analyzed the regulation concerning the creation and functioning of family welfare home as a special form of care and living services regulated in Polish social assistance law, which could form the basis for creating dependent people's housing communities.
The aim of the article is to define the concept of telemedicine and determine the admissibility of remote providing of the healthcare services in the light of the regulations concerning the practice of the medical professions and the conducting of the medical activity. The analysis will also cover the issue of admissibility of financing of the healthcare services fulfilled in the form of telemedicine from the public funds, either in an EU cross-border context.
Prof. zw. dr hab. Daniel Eryk Lach LL.M. (EUV), Professor in Chair of Labour Law and Social Law at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan. Member of the Supreme Court Research and Analyses Office. Scholarship holder of the Max-Planck-Institut für Sozialrecht und Sozialpolitik in Munich. Author of over 100 scientific books and papers on theoretical and legal issues of the health- and long-term care system, also in constitutional and cross-border aspects, as well as social security law and labor law. Participant of numerous domestic and foreign conferences.