The Resolution of 26 april 2019 de la direcciÃ³n General de portfolio of services of the national health system and Pharmacy publicizes the agreement of the commission of benefits, insurance and financing of 5 november 2018 and 29 march 2019, on the system of monitoring of glucose through flash type sensors in adults in the portfolio of services of common National health system.
This provision is part of point 6.4.1. of annex II to the portfolio of common services and primary section 1.4 of annex III of the portfolio of common services of specialized care of the royal Decree No. 1030/2006 of 15 september, which establishes the portfolio of common services of the national health system and the procedure for updating it.
In accordance with the provisions of article depending Royal Decree 1026/2011, of 15 july, approving the regulations of the mutualismo judiciary and in the section 2.2.2 of the current concert for healthcare of the beneficiaries of MUGEJU, signed with the Medical Bodies technical, any new diagnosis or treatment that appear after the signing of the concert, will be mandatory means for Medical Bodies when the same applies to patients of the national health system.
For the mutual funds that have opted to receive health care through the medical bodies, by resolution of 5 june 2019, the administration of MUGEJU have agreed as follows:
From 20 june 2019 the medical bodies, provided at no cost to the scheme, "monitoring system through sensors glucose (flash type)" mutual to adults (18 years or more) of MUGEJU, with type 1 diabetes mellitus conducted intensive therapy with insulin (multiple daily doses or insulin pump) and require conduct at least six punctures per day to the automonitorizaciÃ³n of blood glucose, who are with the following target groups:
- Patients with visual disability or severe functional limitations that renders them make digital punctures or cognitive functional disorders which prevents them from expressing hypoglycemic situation.
- Patients suffering from hypos of repetition, understanding for those which, at least four times a week or where they have a 10 per cent of the values of the readings glucÃ³metro below 70 mg/dl after making an average of 6 controls capillary blood glucose per day.
- Pacientes embarazadas, asÃ como las que planifiquen un embarazo natural o mediante reproducciÃ³n humana asistida.
- Adolescents overcome 17 years to come and using the system of monitoring through sensors glucose (flash type).
This is without prejudice to the current implementation of the provision in children and adolescents aged 4-17 which will continue in the same conditions.
The attached to the mutual health-care services of the Autonomous Communities or INGESA can access this provision by the procedures and time lines established by each autonomous community and INGESA.