Reimbursement of public healthcare insurance and additional insurancesIn our online health insurance reimbursement overview, you can read for each type of care what reimbursement you can expect from the basic insurance, supplementary insurance policies or dental insurances.
For some treatments, aids or medicines, you need our written permission before the treatment or use takes place. This authorisation is necessary in order to obtain reimbursement for the costs incurred. If your request for authorisation meets the criteria as stated in the terms and conditions, you may assume that we will respond to your request within 14 days.
In the reimbursement overview, under the relevant treatment or under the relevant aid or medicine, you can find out whether a request for authorisation is necessary. If nothing is stated here about authorisation, you do not need to apply.
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AAlternative therapies and medicines Ambulance transport Audiological care AI, AID or IUI treatment Artificial respiration Antenatal course & mother's classes
BBariatric surgery Breast prosthesis Breastfeeding support
CContraceptives Combined lifestyle intervention Childcare during hospital admission Chiropody Conditional care Care for Women
DDiabetes medical aids Dialysis care Dietary advice Dental care Dental care up to the age of 18 Dental care aged 18 and older
EEmergency centre Elastic stockings Ergotherapy Eye laser treatment Eyelid correction Ear correction
FFirst line in patient stay Facial care
GGenetic advice General practitioner care Geriatric rehabilitation care Giving up smoking programme
HHealth check Hearing aids Hospice care Home nursing and care
IIncontinence products IVF or ICSI treatment Integrated care In-patient care
MMental healthcare Medicinal care Medical aids Maternity package Maternity care Medical examination for driving licence Medical specialist care Medical care for specific groups of patients
NNight home care for the dying
OOncological examination in children Orthodontia (braces) Orthodontics in special cases Orthopaedic shoes Other medical care (e.g. GP care) Obstetric care with medical grounds Obstetric care without medical grounds
PPhysiotherapy Personal alarm Preventive foot care Patient transport
SSpectacles and contact lenses Stay in a guest house Speech therapy Second opinion Sexology Sports medical advice Sterilisation Special dental care Sensory disability care
TTreatment for varicose veins Tens machine Transplant care Thrombosis care Transport of mortal remains Travel expenses when visiting a patient
UUrgent foreign care
VVoluntary care broker Vaccinations for travellers