Final Friday, the Superintendency of Well being launched the newest calculation of the isapres debt, in response to the latest ruling of the Supreme Court docket on the desk of things. In line with the report offered by the Superintendent of Well being, Víctor Torres, the debt quantities to US$1,589 million as of December 31, 2023 if the ruling is adopted actually.

Nevertheless, if the obligatory contribution of seven% is taken into account, the determine is diminished to US$1,250 million (UF 31,764,000 as of December 31, 2023). This replace of the calculation comes at an important second, for the reason that deadline for the applying of the ruling issued by the very best court docket is barely 9 days away, and an settlement has not but been reached in Congress relating to the quick isapres regulation.

The quick Isapres regulation, at the moment being processed in a combined fee between the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate, seeks to resolve the prevailing variations on this space. Regardless of restricted time, consensus in Congress seems elusive.

The isapres, for his or her half, have expressed their discontent with the quick invoice, calling it “ineffective” in a joint assertion. They emphasize that, if the regulation is accepted as it’s or if no regulation is accepted, they’re shifting in the direction of its completion. They argue that present earnings is inadequate to cowl the well being prices of the beneficiaries, and that no administrative measure might resolve this example.