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EHICs are issued by the health insurance services in the country of the insured person.

Institutions must respond to all requests within a reasonable time and must communicate any information required by those concerned to assert their rights under the regulation.

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It would be handy if we could avoid the vulnerability that comes with doing the due diligence and taking appropriate action where needed.The rules also apply to The EHIC (which is free) allows people staying in another EU country than their country of residence, including on holiday, access to medical benefits during their stay on the same terms and at the same cost as people insured in that country.The costs are then paid/reimbursed by the social security system of their country of origin.The regulation lays down rules to ensure that EU countries’ institutions work closely together and mutually assist one another for the benefit of citizens. The regulation, although adopted in 2004, only became applicable (in accordance with its Article 91) on .This was the date on which the act laying down the procedure for its implementation (Regulation (EC) No 987/2009) became applicable (see Article 97 of the implementing regulation).

It would be handy if we could avoid the vulnerability that comes with doing the due diligence and taking appropriate action where needed.

The rules also apply to The EHIC (which is free) allows people staying in another EU country than their country of residence, including on holiday, access to medical benefits during their stay on the same terms and at the same cost as people insured in that country.

The costs are then paid/reimbursed by the social security system of their country of origin.

The regulation lays down rules to ensure that EU countries’ institutions work closely together and mutually assist one another for the benefit of citizens. The regulation, although adopted in 2004, only became applicable (in accordance with its Article 91) on .

This was the date on which the act laying down the procedure for its implementation (Regulation (EC) No 987/2009) became applicable (see Article 97 of the implementing regulation).

BACKGROUND For more information, see EU social security coordination on the European Commission’s website.