Statutory Health Insurance Fund

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Back up 150.00 of your insurance company millions of U.S. citizens have the same problem. You are legally covered by medical insurance and fret about poor performance, repelling doctors, high co-payments, from next year on increasing contributions and not least through additional contributions that different fall out. The legal services of a health insurance company are laid down to 98%, only 2% offer scope for articles of association rules and thus not connected rare opportunities, members to convince that they are but the best health insurance in Germany health insurance. So bonus models offered by a variety of health insurance companies, whose meaning seems to which the insured person as often as possible to the doctor to send or to various courses or spas, to collect as many points and they later convert into cash. Problem: Who has the time to take advantage of these opportunities and – not least – if you look through the programs of the individual funds.

Ultimately you get maximum 100.00 up 120.00 if you perform all visits by the health insurance fund and courses. See more detailed opinions by reading what BSA offers on the topic.. Also, low-cost supplementary health insurance are propagated. But be careful: the supplementary insurance plans are linked to the membership. Change the health insurance, losing the extra insurance. For this reason, our recommendation to complete a supplementary insurance on health insurance never even if these 0.20 per month is cheaper, is directly at the company.

Compare worthwhile here. Usually, the frame rates of health insurance are often even worse than the regular fare of the society. Who would have it easy, the BKK Palatinate is advisable the. This requires that he once per year to the doctor and dentist is insured to perform the screening, and to date is the vaccination status, what should be actually also in their own interest.

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