The Compulsory Health Insurance (AMO) system was established in the Republic of Mali by Law No. 09-015 of June 26, 2009.
Act No. 09-015 of 26 June 2009 established the Compulsory Health Insurance Scheme in accordance with Article 21 of the said law, “relations between the management body and public, private or community health care providers shall be governed by agreements concluded between the management body and the representatives of these providers.”
Decree N°10-577 / P-RM of 26 October 2010 laying down the time-limits and procedures for the conclusion of agreements between healthcare providers and the NationalHealth Insurance Fund provides that “agreements are concluded on a sectorial basis between the institutions of Health Insurance and Medical Assistance and the following providers:
- dispensary pharmacies;
- liberal doctors;
- medical analysis laboratories;
- nursing, midwifery and other paramedical professions;
- public, community and private health structures.
THE CONVENTIONAL SANITARY STRUCTURES WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE START UP AMO 02/10/2017
THE STATUS OF THE CSCOMS AGREED BY THE DISTRICT
LIST OF THE CLINICS UNDER AGREEMENT