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Citizens needing care (including emergency care) when temporarily abroad will continue to benefit from the existing Regulations and the European Health Insurance Card, and be provided with the care they need.
For planned care, under the Regulation, a patient can apply for prior authorisation. This authorisation cannot be refused if he/she cannot be treated in the home country within a time limit which is medically justifiable.
It is important to note that the Regulations do not cover all healthcare providers. Some private providers are excluded, for example. In addition, under these Regulations, patients are usually obliged to apply for authorisation for all treatments, whereas under the Directive, authorisation should be the exception rather than the rule. (Source: EU Commission MEMO/11/32.)
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