"the Government's investigators want to mitigate the requirements to maintain the benefit after a half year or a year of sick leave. The rules are according to the investigator for the rigours of the day – more than what is reasonable loss of compensation for omprövningarna."
"– the standard of proof is too strict and too difficult to meet, " says the special investigator Claes Jansson speaking of what is required for a person to keep their sickness benefit after 180-day and 365-day sick leave."
"In a mid-term report to the government on health insurance, with the title, No rule without exception, suggests mr Jansson said that the rules should be eased up. Normally, a person who has been on sick leave for 180 days shall be tested against it which, under the law referred to as the "
"If the person is judged to cope with the mister, he or she earnings and assumed to look for other work."
"the Investigator believes that it is a harsh regime. The possibilities to retain compensation longer, but to be tested against other works, ought to be greater."
"– You might think that six months is a pretty long time, but in practice it is difficult to get advice from doctor and medical specialist at the time, " says Claes Jansson."
"the Investigator also believes that the social Insurance, even after a whole year, 365 days, sick leave shall be able to postpone the trial against the other jobs. It assumes that there is a high degree of probability that the person should be able to return to work at the current employer."
"An outer limit is set, however, at two years of sick leave, according to the investigation."
"If the government and parliament say yes to the proposals would be implemented from 2020."
"One effect of the proposals is expected to be a number of thousand persons may retain cash longer instead of losing it after 180 days."
"For the state costs are expected to increase by 200 million in the first year and increase to nearly half a billion the third year."
"these Proposals are part of a mid-term report on the amendments of the health insurance. The final proposals shall be submitted in the autumn, by 15 October."