The basis on which economically inactive individuals are assessed for their health insurance charge has changed for 2017.
A new study reveals the extent to which patients are directly responsible for the costs of their health-care.
Retiring expatriate business owners in France may have to make the choice of either taking S1 health cover from their country of origin or their French pension.
The latest release of our free guide to the French health system, covering rights of access, the registration process, charges, and receiving health care.
A general practitioner based in the town of Montpellier, Herault is suspected of issuing false prescriptions, involving over €500,000 of public funds.
The French health system reimburses only a small fraction of the costs of non-routine dental treatment, and the charges imposed by dentists for such treatment varies considerably.
The UK has substantially restricted access to free healthcare in the UK to non-residents, in the process clarifying the rights of EEA nationals.
The right of residence and to health cover in France for early retirees is rather less clear in law than the European Commission would like us to believe.
A universal system of healthcare has been introduced in France, so what are the implications for expatriates?
A new report claims there is a growing shortage of medical doctors in many areas of France, although some perspective is probably needed on that assessment.
Major changes are planned in the operational arrangements of the French health service, with streamlining of the insurance system and the method of payment to doctors.
The average cost of a complementary health policy for a couple in their 60s is €213 per month, according to a recent national survey of such policies.
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