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Reimbursement health insurance 2019
- What is a combination test?
- When do you qualify for reimbursement?
- Reimbursement combination test in 2019
- Personal contribution
- No excess
- Who can you go to?
Note: the information on this page is a brief outline of the reimbursement. You can only derive rights from our insurance conditions (PDF).
A combination test comprises a neck fold measurement and blood test and it is used to determine the unborn child's risk of developing Down syndrome or Edwards or Patau syndrome.
You are entitled to reimbursement for a combination test if you have a medical indication ('a priori') ór if you do not have one, but you are 36 or older.
You are entitled to a reimbursement under the public healthcare insurance only if you have a medical indication to have the combination test carried out or, if you do not have one, if you are 36 years or older. We do offer a reimbursement on the basis of the supplementary Plus and Top insurances if you do not have this medical indication.
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In exceptional cases only
There is no statutory personal contribution for the combination test.
Reimbursements under the supplementary insurances are not subject to a policy excess.
The following care providers are permitted to provide this type of care:
- general practitioners;
- echoscopic centres.
This is subject to the condition that the aforementioned care providers:
- are licensees by virtue of the Population Screening Act; or
- have a cooperation agreement with a regional centre that is a licensee under the Population Screening Act.
For more information, please call our Care Advice Line on 0570 68 74 70. Our expert staff will be pleased to answer your questions.