The replacement of the Entidades Prestadoras de Salud, private companies of the Colombian Public Health System, is one of the key and most resisted points of the health reform presented by the Government of Gustavo Petro.
However, they will continue to operate thanks to a political agreement that pacts their permanence in the country’s healthcare system.
One of the most controversial points of the health reform is the elimination of the Entidades Promotoras de Salud (EPS), private companies responsible for the affiliation and registration of beneficiaries, as well as for managing the provision of health services.
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