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Reimbursement health insurance 2019

  1. What are lens implants?
  2. When do you qualify for reimbursement?
  3. Reimbursement lens implants in 2019
  4. Personal contribution
  5. No excess
  6. 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).

1. What are lens implants?

During a lens implant, an 'extra' lens is implanted in your eye. This lens will be there permanently. If you have lens implants, you may never have to wear glasses or contact lenses again.

2. When do you qualify for reimbursement?

By virtue of the supplementary insurance, you are entitled to reimbursement of lens implants. This does not apply to lens implants which are eligible for reimbursement under the public healthcare insurance.

3. Reimbursement lens implants in 2019

By virtue of the supplementary Top insurance, you are entitled to reimbursement of lens implants.

 

Public Healthcare Insurance                    Reimbursement 2019                        
HollandZorg public healthcare insurance none

 

Supplementary insurance                        Reimbursement 2019
Start none
Extra none
Plus none
Top a maximum of € 500 for the total treatment of both eyes for the entire insured period

4. Personal contribution

Lens implants are not subject to a statutory personal contribution.

We reimburse lens implants subject to a maximum amount per calendar year. If the costs of the lens implants are higher than the maximum reimbursement, the difference will be for your account.

5. No excess

The costs for reimbursements by virtue of the supplementary insurance do not count towards your excess.

6. Who can you go to?

If you need lens implants, you can go to a hospital or eye clinic. Our Care Guide helps you find a care provider near you.

For more information, please call our Care Advice Line on +31(0)570 687 123. Our expert staff will be pleased to answer your questions.

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