Electronic invoicing (eBill)
You no longer want to settle health insurance premiums with a paper statement, but you also don’t want to pay with direct debit through the bank (LSV+) or CH-DD Direct Debit? Then we recommend that you try the electronic invoicing (eBill) as a method of payment.
With electronic invoicing (eBill), you receive invoices electronically and can pay premiums and cost sharing quickly, easily and securely via your e-banking account.
With electronic invoicing (eBill), you help CONCORDIA to further reduce the administrative costs – and thereby to curb the premium increase.
Your advantages by paying with electronic invoices (eBill)
Four steps to electronic invoicing (eBill)
This is what you must know
Electronic invoicing (eBill) requires a bank account in Liechtenstein or Switzerland, but please check in advance with your bank whether they offer the eBill payment option.
Set up a permanent authorisation quickly and easily. This way, invoices up to a certain amount are processed automatically. You can find more information on permanent authorisation here.
If your bank does not offer the eBill payment option, we recommend that you pay your premium with direct debit through the bank (LSV+) or the post office (CH-DD Direct Debit, or Swiss Direct Debit).
Daily allowance insurance premiums of companies cannot currently be paid via eBill.