Enable the UK to strengthen its other mutual health agreements or implement new agreements outside the EU as part of the future global health and trade policy. 5 The EU`s mutual health system allows British citizens access to health care when they live, study, work or travel abroad in the EU, as well as EU citizens in the UK. This implies that the terms of the various agreements differ. In general, the agreements grant residents of both countries reciprocal access to the other country`s public health system for any immediate medical treatment required before their return. The agreements do not cover the cost of repatriation to the UK (repatriation) or routine monitoring of existing conditions. 15 Powers allow state secrecy to address essential issues related to health care abroad, including the definition of individual rights to health care and operational and administrative matters, including, where appropriate, the exchange of data, to facilitate processing. It also means that other states can reimburse health care costs and be able to reimburse health care costs. Access to kidney dialysis services under RHCAs varies from country to country. In general, kidney dialysis is not specifically the responsibility of RHCAs, but individual jurisdictions make their own findings. The Department of Health and Human Services has developed a policy of access to dialysis services for visitors from countries with which Australia has an RHCA (see Circular Hospital 22/11). 2 The United Kingdom has exceptional agreements with Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, Norway and Malta for the rights to the ECA. The United Kingdom does not claim reimbursement for health care for British citizens in these countries, nor do these countries claim reimbursement from the United Kingdom. 4 There is currently a complex EU health system, to which the UK belongs (as explained below).

The UK is also involved in many mutual health agreements, including Australia and New Zealand. Many of the current mutual agreements are modernized versions of long-standing historical agreements that were concluded during the 20th century. However, these do not cover the cost-refund scheme between states and are much more limited than the EU`s reciprocal health regimes. A list of current mutual health plans (outside the EU) is listed in Appendix C. If you exchange the words “UK” or “Southern” for “New Zealand” and “New Zealand” for “Uk” or “Australian” in the corresponding summaries above, you will see what the agreements on the rights of New Zealand citizens and state-of-residence owners in those countries say. For example, visitors and students (using European Health Insurance Cards (ECCs): needs and needs-based health care when UK residents travel to the EU/EEA. B for example on holiday, to study, etc. People with their usual residence in the UK are entitled to an AEC and 250,000 medical rights are paid each year. EU citizens visiting the UK can use VOS to obtain free NHS health care tailored to their needs and needs. 1 Ireland is not included in the table. The United Kingdom and Ireland only exchange S2 forms.

The reimbursement of the health care of British pensioners and the care of British visitors are based on a formula agreed between the two countries. 14 The bill gives the Foreign Secretary the powers to organise and fund health care abroad after the UK withdraws from the EU.