This is what you must know:
- Anyone living in Liechtenstein must be insured against the consequences of illness and accidents.
- Mandatory health care insurance (OKP) is obligatory for everyone, regardless of age, place of origin or residence status.
- You can top up mandatory health care insurance with supplementary insurance for things such dental treatments, alternative methods and travel.
For you, this means:
- Insure yourself and your immediate family with CONCORDIA no later than three months after your move to Liechtenstein.
- Costs for the gynaecologist and preparation for childbirth are partially covered with mandatory health care insurance. A supplementary insurance pays on invoices for the dentist.
You insure yourself this way:
Mandatory health care insurance is obligatory for everyone. It covers the costs of the diagnosis or treatment of illnesses, in the event of pregnancy and accident as well as the consequences all the way to physiotherapy. Legal regulations govern which costs the insurance provider takes over and for which part of the costs you yourself must pay. Cost sharing is influenced by:
- The deductible: It is a participation in the health costs that you as the insured person bear before your health insurance participates in the costs at all. In Liechtenstein, with mandatory health care insurance, you can choose between four yearly deductibles: CHF 500, CHF 1,500, CHF 2,500 and CHF 4,000. The choice of your deductible affects the amount of your premiums. Let our specialists advise you.
- The retention fee: It is prescribed by law and always amounts to 20 % (10 % for adults who have reached the ordinary retiring age). This means you pay that 20 % of the invoice that exceeds the deductible amount. The remaining 80 % is taken over by your health insurance. However, there is a limit of additional costs for adults depending on the amount of their deductible. Children and teenagers pay neither deductible nor retention fee.
Please note the following:
Unlike with mandatory health care insurance, the insurance provider is not obligated to admit you to its supplementary insurance plans. The insurance provider has the right either to refuse a new contract without giving a reason or to attach conditions on a new insurance contract.
Do you want to know what the health insurance pays in gynaecology and for the ultrasound? Or in cardiology? What is with the medicines and medicinal products, generic medicines and pharmacies?
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