The lower house on Friday approved an amendment to the health law which will allow Czech patients to undergo medical treatment in other countries of the European Union. Insurance companies will cover the equivalent of what the treatment would cost in the Czech Republic. People will not have to give their insurance company advance notification that they will be treated abroad. The amendment will now go to the Senate for debate.
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