The Government clarified that if the CCSS was to have an emergency at this time the government will not be paying the debt.
As a result of this situation, the CCSS is prepared to save money for hospitals.
For this reason they began to have savings in disability, guards and medical availability and purchase of medicines.
In 2010 the CCSS achieved a lower debt of 90 billion colones.
By the end of 2012 the CCSS board of directors hopes to close the budget without debt.
In addition, the board said that this Government has already paid 142 billion colones.
The CCSS hopes to have financial stability in 3 years.