Ambulance fees will be 60 euros per person across the board from JanuaryFriday, 21 December 2018 18:47
The new measure is part of the investments Minister De Block has made in emergency medical assistance with a view to ending “the lack of clarity that exists to this day,” her office said in a communique. “Thanks to the new uniform system, patients will know beforehand what to expect and will no longer need to submit a certificate to their health insurance.”
Ambulance bills currently cost an average 130 euros. Patients can receive reimbursement of half this amount from the authorities by submitting a certificate to their health insurance. Thus, the average fee per patient now is 65 euros, the communique stressed.
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