Centre for Excellence

  • ISSA Guidelines:
  • Administrative Solutions for Coverage Extension

Centre for Excellence

  • ISSA Guidelines:
  • Administrative Solutions for Coverage Extension

Administrative Solutions for Coverage Extension -
Acknowledgements

The ISSA Guidelines for Social Security Administration were prepared by the ISSA General Secretariat with the ISSA technical commissions.

The ISSA Guidelines on Administrative Solutions for Coverage Extension were produced by the ISSA in collaboration with a steering committee chaired by François Perl, Vice-Chair of the Technical Commission on Pensions, representing the ISSA technical commissions on: Contributions’ Collection and Compliance; Family Policies; Information and Communication Technology; Medical Care and Sickness Insurance; Mutual Benefit Societies; Organization, Management and Innovation; and Pensions.

These Guidelines were prepared by a team at the ISSA General Secretariat led by Yukun Zhu, with the involvement of Dominique La Salle and Raúl Ruggia-Frick. Initial drafting input on the collection of contributions was provided by Ian McDonald (external consultant). Review and comments were provided by Magid Fathallah, Guillaume Filhon, Dmitri Karasyov, Maribel Ortiz and Jens Schremmer of the ISSA General Secretariat, and by Wouter van Ginneken (External consultant). Officials from the International Labour Office (ILO) led by Valérie Schmitt, including Christina Behrendt, Loveleen De, Fabio Durán Valverde, Victoria Giroud-Castiella, Aidi Hu, Emmanuelle Saint-Pierre Guilbault, Maya Stern-Plaza, Thibault Van Langenhove and Clara Van Panhuys, provided comments. The ISSA thanks its member organizations for comments and suggestions.

For the 2022 revision, Part B, Defining a Regulatory Strategy, to ensure the Sustainability of Health Coverage and Build Confidence across the Population, was prepared by a team from the National School of Social Security (École nationale supérieure de sécurité sociale – EN3S) and the National Sickness Insurance Fund (Caisse nationale de l’assurance maladie – CNAM) of France, constituted by Élise Debiès, Julie Kamal, Patrick Marx, Richard Decottignies, Maxime Rouchon, and Philippe Naty-Daufin, with the support and contributions of Nathalie De Wulf from the ISSA General Secretariat. Part C, Covering the “Missing Middle”, was prepared by Andrea Claudia Chirino, with the contributions of Raúl Ruggia-Frick and Yukun Zhu from the ISSA General Secretariat. Both teams contributed to the revision of Part A, General Administrative Approaches for Coverage Extension.