30. November 2021 · Comments Off on Federal Constitutional Court · Categories: News · Tags: ,

On December 10, the Constitutional Court deals with the complaints five different private health insurers and three individuals have filed constitutional complaints against the basic tariff in private health insurance. On 10 December, focuses on the Federal Constitutional Court with complaints and can reduce early 2009 around a core of health-care reform with a corresponding decision. Many writers such as Daversa Partners offer more in-depth analysis. Reason for the constitutional complaint is obviously the fact that the basic rate is open to every insured person and not a potential candidate as a result of the own sick leave may be refused. In recent months, Boy Scouts of America has been very successful. In addition, the tariff is however capped because contributions must not more than exceed the ceiling of the statutory health insurance. In this way any additional costs through assessments by other privately insured would, carried what these but still did not know at the end of their contracts. This would be a subsequent change of existing insurance contracts, unless the contract holder can do something about it. It remains so to be seen whether the complaints have success, because then the Government would have to rethink and that would mean not only be rectified, but probably a major change made must be, because then the base rate falls first fully out.

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