The Austrian health care system is based on compulsory health insurance. Health insurance is a compulsory insurance which means that all employees and self-employed are covered by health insurance if the income exceeds the minimum income limit. Also unemployed and pensioners are subject to the statutory health insurance. Children are insured with their parents and exempt from contributions. The umbrella organisation of the 22 health insurances is the main association of social security institutions. The health insurance is primary financed by insurance contributions. Additional funds are collected through contributions to costs (deductible) of the insured persons.
The right to medical AIDS is based on a doctor's prescription. So prescribed AIDS are handed over by the contracting parties of the health insurance, such medical services, orthotist, orthopaedic boot and shoemaker, hearing care professionals or optometrist, upon presentation.
Incontinence products, listed according to the tariff at the health insurance, have a deductible of 10%.
The following persons are exempted from payment of the deductible:
- insured persons who are under 15
- insured persons who have on the basis of a disability an increased family benefit
- insured persons who are exempt from prescription charges
Our catheter range is listed in the tariff of the Austrian health insurance and is subject to the statutory deductible of 10%, as all incontinence products.
If you have any questions about the deductible or our products in detail, you can send us your request by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. You are also welcomed to contact us by telephone Tel: +43 664 / 8873 2572