The president of the National House of Health Insurances (CNAS), Lucian Duta announced his resignation on Monday, after he presented an activity report of his mandate, since December 2009. According to media, the decision was made as nominated PM Victor Ponta said he plans to replace state secretaries.While presenting his activity report, Duta said Monday that the health system has not been reformed because it was never intended, as a real change would have started from other prerequisites and “another vision of financing.” Among the successes of this mandate, Duta mentioned achieving the financial stability of the House, enforcing the new reference price that stimulated the consumption of generic medicines, regaining the confidence of international financial institutions by eliminating the arrears in 2011, and implementing the IT Platform of Health Insurances (PIAS). As failures, he mentioned the lack of conclusive indicators for the treatment provided to patients, restructuring hospitals, and strengthening the ambulatory and primary medicine.Lucian Duta was appointed as CNAS head in December 2009, after acting as CEO of the National Salt Company between February and December 2009. Another high official that announced his resignation yesterday is the chief of the Office for State Interests and Industrial Privatisation (OPSPI), Florin Vladan. “I am not compatible with the new government,” Vladan said for Mediafax. Vladan was appointed in December 2011 as chief of OPSPI – a structure reporting to the Ministry of Economy.