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Services, coverage and costs Health service in the country is managed by the government-owned Health Insurance Fund (HIF), known as the Compulsory Social Health Insurance. Expect well-trained and committed personnel, but also long queues and problems due to lack of available facilities and equipment in public health centers and hospitals. Are you eligible for a medicare service...
In Belgium, employees and freelancers must take out health insurance; it is part of the compulsory liability for social security. In the case of employees, contributions are directly deducted from their salaries by the employer on behalf of the employee. Freelancers must make voluntary contributions to a social security fund for freelance workers. If you are a citizen of the European Union, your European Health Insurance Card (which replaces...
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