Structuring of healthcare among regions
Total results in % based on votes of 11 people
The state invests heavily in partnerships across regions, to develop supportive programmes and policies. Cross-border health care is available for all patients with no authorisation needed. The state reimburses the costs of treatment, travel and accompanying persons directly and upfront.
The state actively seeks partnerships across regions, to develop supportive programmes and policies. Cross-border health care is available for all patients, but authorisation from the state is required. The state reimburses the cost of treatment and travel for patients only.
The state opens up possibilities for partnerships across regions, to develop supportive programmes and policies. Cross border healthcare is possible for patients only if treatment is not available in their country of residence. Only direct costs of the treatment are reimbursed. No prior authorisation is needed.
The state limits programme and policy partnerships across regions. Cross border health care is minimised. It has to be authorised by the state for special cases and only direct costs of the treatment are reimbursed, after it has taken place. If a treatment is not approved in the country of residence, it is not reimbursed for treatment abroad.
Overview of the new policies developed by players.
The state provides funding for cross-border partnerships/centres of excellence (contact partners) but the focus is on the transfer of information and skills. Focus on building and funding telemedicine confidence from centres of excellence outwards, including across borders (not-for-not model).