GrigorijHead of Business Development
Germany has a unique medical service pricing system regulated by the German government, i. e. DRG (Diagnosis Related Group). Under this system, the price is set on the basis of comprehensive medical data, such as your diagnosis, severity of illness, possible complications, and other individual factors. However, many clinics may charge international patients as much as 30% extra. Moreover, medical cost estimates are not regulated, and some clinics artificially lower their prices make the patient come for therapy and pay the rest of the balance in Germany. Our partner clinics always calculate the total cost before treatment and do not apply extra charges for international patients. Also, we carefully check all estimates and final bills, so that our prices for international patients are no different from what German insurers pay for German citizen, which is is the lowest price possible.