Health policy issues and the ever-rising costs of healthcare are being hotly debated by politicians, the media and the public. Sympany regularly contributes its standpoint on current healthcare issues in its customer magazine Sympany Live and other publications.
The Swiss healthcare system costs CHF 60 billion per year. This translates into roughly CHF 9,600 per inhabitant. More than a third of these costs are paid by insurers from compulsory basic insurance. Swiss healthcare standards are among the highest in the world.
Sympany informs you about:
Why are premiums rising? How are they calculated? What are the reserves for?
An interesting film by insurance association Santésuisse provides short and easy-to-understand answers to these questions:
short film by Santésuisse
Health insurance basics
Do you have general questions about basic health insurance? Three generations of the Santi family help you find the right answers to questions relating to your age group and circumstances in which you may find yourself.
the Santi family
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