Case Study Category: HealthCase Study Tags: Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Health, Macedonia, Serbia, Slovenia, and Social Security
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The CBC operation focused on the establishment of the Interstate Agreements on social security and protection between Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia and Serbia.
No specific obstacle for this activity. For general obstacles to CBC, please check the contributor's page.
Application of the Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council that guarantees the defense of the patients’ rights in cross-border health care, and improves the functioning of the internal market and the free movement of goods, persons and services.
An insured person may exercise the right to health care services in the following cases:
- While working abroad (a worker posted abroad; a worker sent abroad by his/her employer to pursue professional training).
- During his or her travel abroad for business or private reasons.
- During professional training abroad or during his/her studies abroad.
- If he/she moves abroad to settle permanently.