Occupational Health Insurance Company for Employees of the Banking, Insurance and Building Industry (“OHIC”)
- Reason for and Manner of Establishment
Provision of the public health insurance in compliance with the valid laws for the insured persons registered with the OHIC.
Collection of the health insurance premium and control of such collection, including the recovery of premium claims, penalties etc.
Control of the use and provision of health care paid from the public health insurance funds. The mediation of the payment of cost for the provided health care paid from the public health insurance funds in compliance with the valid laws and under the valid interstate treaties concluded.
- Organizational Structure
The organizational structure of the OHIC is formed by the insurance company directorate, insurance company branches or lower organizational units (e.g. branch offices). The branches and branch offices do not have their own legal personality and perform the activity in compliance with the Rules of Organization of the OHIC.
The position, internal structuring and activity of the OHIC are regulated by the Rules of Organization of the OHIC.
The head of the OHIC is the General Director appointed and discharged by the Management Board.
The General Director of the OHIC is the statutory body of the OHIC and acts on its behalf.
Insurance Company Bodies:
Director of the Insurance Company (“General Director”)
Management and Supervisory Board of the OHIC ensuring participation of the insured persons, employers of the insured persons and the state in the OHIC management.
address: Roskotova 1225/1, 140 21 Prague 4
phone: 261 105 222
fax: 261 105 300
electronic filing room: http://portal.ozp.cz
email@example.com (for the electronic signature users based on a digital certificate)
The contacts (health insurance company addresses, office hours, phone and facsimile numbers and e-mail addresses) to the branches and other contact places of the OHIC are published at the OHIC web pages – see the Contact Information.
The information on the bank accounts of the OHIC where the premium payments may be sent is published on the web pages of the OHIC – see the For Payers sections (Information for Self-employed Persons and Persons Without Taxable Income).
- Company Identification Number
- Tax Identification Number
- Lists of Main Documents
The Health Insurance Plan and Annual Report of the OHIC are published on the OHIC web pages – About Insurance Company section
The budget is part of the Health Insurance Plan – About Insurance Company section
- Application for Information
Basic information under Act No. 106/1999 Coll., on Free Access to Information.
The OHIC is an entity obliged to provide information relating to the OHIC decision-making under Act No. 106/1999 Coll., on Free Access to Information, as amended (“Act”).
Applications for providing information under this Act may be filed orally or in writing with all branches of the OHIC; we recommend to turn to the branch being closest to the place where the applicant has his/her permanent residence or registered office.
The application may be also sent electronically to http://portal.ozp.cz
Information to the usual extent is provided free of charge.
An appeal against a decision on refusing an application may be filed within 15 days of the decision being notified to the applicant.
An appeal may be filed with the respective organizational division of the OHIC which decided on a first-instance basis. The appeal must contain the elements stipulated in the Act and must indicate against what decision it is filed.
- Receipt of Applications and Other Filings
Applications, notices and filings under the relevant acts (e.g. Act No. 48/1997 Coll.) may be filed with all contact places of the OHIC (see paragraph 4).
Some applications, notices and filings under the acts mentioned must be filed in writing on the prescribed forms (see paragraph 12).
Applications, notices and filings may also be sent to the OHIC electronically to http://portal.ozp.cz.
Within the administrative procedure it is possible to send a filing in writing or orally in the protocol or electronically signed in the form of the guaranteed electronic signature (through the electronic filing room). If a filing is made through any other technical means without using the guaranteed electronic signature, the filing must be confirmed within 5 days according to the previous sentence (see section 37(4) of the Administrative Procedure Code).
- Remedial Measures
Appeals or any other remedial measures against a decision under which the OHIC decides on the rights and obligations of persons must be filed with the body which rendered the decision.
The Forms are available on the OHIC’s web pages, see the Forms section.
- The Most Important Laws
In its activity and when providing information the OHIC is governed in particular by the following laws:
- Act No. 48/1997 Coll., on Public Health Insurance and on Change of and Amendment to Some Related Acts
- Act No. 592/1992 Coll., on General Health Insurance Premium
- Act No. 500/2004., Administrative Procedure Code
- Act No. 106/1999 Coll., on Free Access to Information
- Laws Issued
The OHIC is not entitled to issue any laws.
- Payments for Information Provided
The OHIC charges no fees for providing information to the usual extent.
- License Agreements
The OHIC does not enter into any license agreements.
- Annual Report Under Act No. 106/1999 Coll.
The annual reports belong to the main documents of the OHIC which has published them in the last five years on its web pages – see the About Insurance Company section.