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Parliamentary questions
16 April 2014
E-004952-14
Question for written answer
to the Commission
Rule 117
Lara Comi (PPE)

 Subject:  European Health Insurance Card
 Answer(s) 

The European Health Insurance Card extends the right of access not only to public healthcare institutions but also to accredited or contracted private institutions, in accordance with the organisation of national health systems. This right must be duly mentioned on all websites, whether national or European, to ensure that EU citizens are properly informed.

1. Does the Commission think that full, clear information in this respect is being provided in all communications with the public and in all the different language versions? (Example: DG Social Affairs).

2. Does the Commission think that the French version of its own site on the European Health Insurance Card gives due consideration to an accredited private sector that has 1 100 structures and provides care to eight million patients a year?

Original language of question: ITOJ C 405, 14/11/2014
Last updated: 30 April 2014Legal notice