Medical care for specific groups of patients
The care can include diagnostics, consultations, targeted consultation with your attending physician and implementation of or management of the treatment plan. This concerns care for vulnerable groups living at home, for example vulnerable elderly people, people with chronically progressive degenerative diseases, people with non-congenital brain damage and people with a mental impairment aged eighteen and older. This care focuses on improving independent living, preventing the restrictions from worsening and learning to live with the (continuing) restrictions.
You are not eligible for this type of care if you have a Wlz indication or if you qualify for one.
Reimbursement medical care for specific groups of patients
The costs of medical care for specific groups of patients is fully reimbursed under the public healthcare insurance.This care does not include care that forms part of other types of care, such as first-line in-patient stays and geriatric rehabilitation care.
No statutory personal contribution
There is no statutory personal contribution for medical care for specific groups of patients.
The costs of medical care for specific groups of patients count towards the compulsory excess.
Who should you approach?
The following care providers are permitted to provide this type of care:
- a specialist geriatrics doctor
- a doctor for the mentally disabled
- a healthcare psychologist
- a clinical psychologist
- a child and adolescent psychologist NIP (Dutch Association of Psychologists)
- a remedial educationalist
You need a referral from a general practitioner or medical specialist.
Also view the Reimbursements 2022.
The information on this page is a brief outline of the reimbursement. You can only derive rights from our insurance conditions.