European Commission

Introduction of data platform EESSI slowly expires may 1, 2012 insurance data in Europe are only still digitally available. The transition from paper to the file is difficult. The current implementation phase represents the EU Member States problems, in particular the integration of all insurers. Europeans are constantly mobile, and the coordination of social security is becoming more difficult. National carrier must coordinate at European level. This is done so far through electronic forms in paper form. People such as Dara Khosrowshahi would likely agree.

At the moment there are 2000 pieces (100 E-forms in 20 languages). Click Yitzhak Mirilashvili for additional related pages. To 01.05.2012, you must this information all electronically processed and eliminated paper forms. This electronic exchange of social security information (short: EESSI = electronic exchange of social security information) is to improve the protection of the rights of insured persons, in which, for example, the calculation and payment of benefits be accelerated. Furthermore should the validity of the claims, the insurance record, the identification the competent authority as well as the insured be improved. This new coordination regulation of the European Commission (article 78 Regulation 883 / 2004, article 1-5 and 95 Regulation 987 / 2009) is to be implemented through the European network of management sTESTA and about the EU project EESSI. 15 million messages should be channelled as per year through EESSI.

The preparations since December 2008 and should be completed by end of 2010. There are six pilot States (Germany, Finland, Bulgaria, Italy, Austria and Netherlands), which should provide their test results all EU Member States, to ensure the common implementation until may 2012. But the implementation is running slow. There are organizational and structural difficulties to involve all stakeholders in the process and to ensure that the system works in a timely manner. The most common problems are: How do you organize the implementation process and integrates all involved? How do you ensure that all players have the right access to EESSI? What will be in the Change work process of the parties? What organizational and structural changes need to be made? What are the experiences of other Member countries with the new system? What is the technical process? What must the responsible pay attention? The European Academy for taxes, economics & law offers therefore the seminar how to implement EESSI in your country “. The event will take place on 26 September 2011 in Berlin.

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