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Health care utilization by foreigners

AKTUÁLNÍ INFORMACE (Topical Information)

In 2013 health care in hospitals in the Czech Republic was provided to 94 357 foreigners with total costs of the respective health care 646 million CZK. Out of this number 43 932 treated foreigners were of EU citizenship. The most frequently treated patients were persons originating from Slovakia, from the group of “other countries not specified”, from Ukraine and Russia. The most frequent way of payment for health care provided to foreigners in respect of value was cash payment and utilization of foreign health insurance. Outstanding debts after due date for health care provided to foreigners reached 33 million CZK at the end of 2013.

In 2012 health care in hospitals in the Czech Republic was provided to 89 156 foreigners with total costs of the respective health care 640 million CZK. Out of this number 40 084 treated foreigners were of EU citizenship. The most frequently treated patients were persons originating from Slovakia, from the group of “other countries not specified”, from Ukraine and Russia. The most frequent way of payment for health care provided to foreigners in respect of value was utilization of foreign health insurance and cash payment. Outstanding debts after due date for health care provided to foreigners reached 40 million CZK at the end of 2012.

In 2011 health care in hospitals in the Czech Republic was provided to 83 849 foreigners with total costs of the respective health care 634 million CZK. Out of this number 40 061 treated foreigners were of EU citizenship. The most frequently treated patients were persons originating from Slovakia, from the group of “other countries not specified”, from Ukraine and Germany. The most frequent way of payment for health care provided to foreigners in respect of value was utilization of foreign health insurance and cash payment. Outstanding debts after due date for health care provided to foreigners reached 36 million CZK at the end of 2011.

In 2010 health care in hospitals in the Czech Republic was provided to 79 557 foreigners with total costs of the respective health care 588 million CZK. Out of this number 40 137 treated foreigners were of EU citizenship. The most frequently treated patients were persons originating from Slovakia, from the group of “other countries not specified”, from Ukraine and Germany. The most frequent way of payment for health care provided to foreigners in respect of value was utilization of foreign health insurance and cash payment. Outstanding debts after due date for health care provided to foreigners reached 41 million CZK at the end of 2010.

In 2009 health care in hospitals in the Czech Republic was provided to 78 665 foreigners with total costs of the respective health care 575 million CZK. Out of this number 37 951 treated foreigners were of EU citizenship. The most frequently treated patients were persons originating from Slovakia, from the group of “other countries not specified”, from Ukraine and Vietnam. The most frequent way of payment for health care provided to foreigners in respect of value was cash and utilization of foreign health insurance. Outstanding debts after due date for health care provided to foreigners reached 49 million CZK at the end of 2009.

INFORMACE ZE ZDRAVOTNICTVÍ KRAJŮ (Information on Regional Health Care)

Jihomoravský kraj

In 2013 health care in hospitals in the Jihomoravsky Region was provided to 9 865 foreigners with total costs of the respective health care 74,6 million CZK. Out of this number 6 299 treated foreigners were of EU citizenship. The most frequently treated patients were persons originating from Slovakia. The most frequent way of payment for health care provided to foreigners in respect of value was utilization of foreign health insurance and cash. Outstanding debts after due date for health care provided to foreigners reached 2,3 million CZK at the end of 2013.

In 2012 health care in hospitals in the Jihomoravsky Region was provided to 8 612 foreigners with total costs of the respective health care 74,8 million CZK. Out of this number 5 511 treated foreigners were of EU citizenship. The most frequently treated patients were persons originating from Slovakia. The most frequent way of payment for health care provided to foreigners in respect of value was utilization of foreign health insurance and cash. Outstanding debts after due date for health care provided to foreigners reached 1,37 million CZK at the end of 2012.

This information mentions the number of foreigners treated in hospitals in the Jihomoravský Region in 2011 total, by the countries with the highest share and by age categories. It further contains data about costs of health care granted to foreigners and claims for unpaid health care.

This information mentions the number of foreigners treated in hospitals in the Jihomoravský Region in 2010 total, by the countries with the highest share and by age categories. It further contains data about costs of health care granted to foreigners and claims for unpaid health care.

Kraj Vysočina

In 2013 health care in hospitals in the Vysočina Region was provided to 1 031 foreigners with total costs of the respective health care 7,7 million CZK. Out of this number 642 treated foreigners were of EU citizenship. The most frequently treated patients were persons originating from Slovakia. The most frequent way of payment for health care provided to foreigners in respect of value was utilization of foreign health insurance and cash. Outstanding debts after due date for health care provided to foreigners reached 135 thousands CZK at the end of 2013.

In 2012 health care in hospitals in the Vysočina Region was provided to 1 000 foreigners with total costs of the respective health care 5,7 million CZK. Out of this number 656 treated foreigners were of EU citizenship. The most frequently treated patients were persons originating from Slovakia. The most frequent way of payment for health care provided to foreigners in respect of value was utilization of foreign health insurance and cash. Outstanding debts after due date for health care provided to foreigners reached 212 thousands CZK at the end of 2012.

This information mentions the number of foreigners treated in hospitals in the Vysočina Region in 2011 total, by the countries with the highest share and by age categories. It further contains data about costs of health care granted to foreigners and claims for unpaid health care.

kraj Vysočina

This information mentions the number of foreigners treated in hospitals in the Vysočina Region in 2010 total, by the countries with the highest share and by age categories. It further contains data about costs of health care granted to foreigners and claims for unpaid health care.

Královéhradecký kraj

This information mentions the number of foreigners treated in hospitals in the Královéhradecký region in 2013 total, by the countries with the highest share and by age categories. It further contains data about costs of health care granted to foreigners and claims for unpaid health care.

This information mentions the number of foreigners treated in hospitals in the Královéhradecký region in 2012 total, by the countries with the highest share and by age categories. It further contains data about costs of health care granted to foreigners and claims for unpaid health care.