Basis Plus Module

Basic insurance sometimes covers less than you expect. Insure yourself against
unexpected high costs for only € 2.95 per month.

 

What type of care does the Basis Plus Module reimburse?

100% reimbursement

  • Urgent medical care abroad from the Dutch rate
  • Urgent medical transport back to a Dutch healthcare facility
  • Physiotherapy for cancer, coronary heart and vascular diseases and a stroke, carried out by a Plus Praktijk
  • Mammaprint test
  • Second opinion via Best Doctors
  • Ask a Best Doctors medical top specialist health care questions

Partial reimbursement

  • Statutory personal contribution for medicines
  • Dental costs after an accident
  • Help at home after a hospital stay
Our supplementary insurance also reimburses these medical costs.
The Basis Plus Module is only advisable when you don't take out supplementary insurance.
 

Good to know about the Basis Plus Module

  • The excess doesn't apply
  • Your children younger than 18 are co-insured with the parent that has the most extended supplementary insurance. Children don't pay premium.
  • The premium is the same for everyone.
 

Frequently Asked Questions

No, the Basis Plus Module is not mandatory. You can take it out in addition to your basic insurance.

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Yes, the Basis Plus Module is a supplementary insurance.

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No, care covered by the Basis Plus Module is also covered by the supplementary insurance. The Basis Plus Module is therefore, not necessary.
When supplementary insurance is too extensive but you would like to be insured for unexpected high costs. Then it is wise to take out the Basis Plus Module.

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