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Ministry of Health | The Prosthesis List
Private health insurance regulations (prostheses) 2018 (No. 2) were entered in the Federal Law Gazette on 30 August 2018 and will begin on 14 September 2018. Enclosure to these regulations is generally known as the Prosthesis List of August 2018. Private health insurance regulations (prostheses) form the statutory foundation for the work of the prostheses list.
Prosthesis list is the list of prosthesis implants, objects made of tissues and other medical equipment that are subject to payment by medical insurance companies if: There is a Medicare payment to be paid for the services. This list is intended for privately held insurance companies, prosthesis makers and other donors. You can find consumer-specific information on your personal prosthetic insurance on the page Personal prosthetic insurance coverage.
Friday, October 13, 2017, the Minister of Public Health said that the minimal services provided by privately funded insurance companies for equipment on the prosthesis list will be slashed. Ministry of Public health is publishing the latest list of prostheses to enable those involved to upgrade their entitlements and payment schemes. Although due diligence has been exercised in the drafting of these materials, the information contained therein does not take priority over the most recent copy of the provisions of Swiss law on prostheses (private Krankenversicherung ) entered in the Federal Law Gazette.
Prosthesis lists are provided in MS Access form. This document reflects the Private Health Insurance Regulations (Prostheses) 2018 (No. 2) and the Amendments to the Private Health Insurance Regulations (Amendment) 2018 (No. 3) (Amendments). Either rule will start on 14 September 2018. For more information on the changes to the change regulations, see circular 50/18 on private health insurance.
PLEASE NOTE: As of March 2019, the prosthesis list will no longer be offered as a Microsoft Access edition. Instead, the prosthesis list is provided in Extensible Markup Language (XML) form.