The easy medical check-up for expats

Did you know that in order to get insured with a private health care provider in Germany, every potential customer has to undergo a medical exam? Fortunately, with ottonova there is a stress-free way for you, as an expat, to get your health status determined easily and without language barriers.

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When it comes to health insurance in Germany there are many rules that have to be followed. After all, health should not be taken lightly. A prerequisite for health insurance in Germany, for example, is a health check-up that every potential customer has to undergo before they can get insured.

As a private health insurance provider in Germany, ottonova can’t change those rules, but by cooperating with Medicals Direct, we can simplify the process behind the check-up for you and give you the opportunity to do the exam in English.

Why is the health check-up necessary?

The reason for the medical exam is to determine the health status of potential customers. This exam helps the health insurance company assess a person’s insurance risk and determine whether the expat rate can be applied to the premium quoted.

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How does this work?

To make this process as convenient as possible for expats, especially with regard to language barriers, we at ottonova provide a special medical exam service: in cooperation with Medicals Direct, we offer a health check-up in English that puts you in control.

Here’s a summary of what you need to know:

Medicals Direct & ottonova: making your life easier, one check-up at a time.

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Espen Markus Mjøs
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Espen Markus - originally from Norway - is sales agent in ottonova's English sales team. He's in contact with potential customers every day and answers Expats' questions about German health insurance.

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