Thrombosis care will consist of:
- regular blood tests for you;
- the laboratory tests required to establish the clotting time of your blood;
- the equipment necessary for you to measure the clotting time of your blood yourself;
- your training to measure the clotting time of your blood, to use the measuring equipment and the provision of guidance to you when measuring;
- advice to you about the use of medicines to influence blood clotting.
You will require a referral from a general practitioner, a medical specialist, a clinical technologist, a doctor for mentally disabled people, a geriatrician or an obstetrician.
Reimbursement under public healthcare insuranceUnder HollandZorg public healthcare insurance, you qualify for the reimbursement of thrombosis care.
|Public Healthcare Insurance||Reimbursement|
|HollandZorg public healthcare insurance
Maximum rates non-contracted provider
If you are planning on seeing a care provider with whom we have not concluded an agreement for thrombosis care, the rates of the rate list for non-contracted care apply. If the rates of the non-contracted care provider are higher than our maximum rates, the difference will be for your expense.
No statutory personal contribution
You will not be subject to a statutory personal contribution for thrombosis care.
Are you 18 or older? The costs incurred for thrombosis care will count towards your compulsory policy excess.
Who may provide this type of care?A thrombosis service may provide thrombosis care. You will require a referral from a general practitioner or a medical specialist for thrombosis care.
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.