The fee for a consultation, or consultation as they say in Flanders, is 60 minutes at a cost of one hundred and fifteen euros
As a rule, people visit me 4 times in a year.
It is recommended to set aside the cost of diagnostics (charged through the laboratory) + the cost of consultation + the cost of required treatment substances (dietary supplements) on a monthly basis.
Because every time you visit, there is a spike in costs all at once and it is therefore wise to set aside a third of that every month, save up as it were
As a rule, a monthly amount of €100-150 per month will be sufficient
To govern is to look ahead, isn't it -:)
Those who have blood (from an arm) drawn through a laboratory (without the intervention of a GP or hospital) sometimes receive an 'after bill' through us because we have advanced the cost first
Insurance-wise, no reimbursement will be made of consultation fees and the costs of diagnostics and supplements.
Not even for those with a good 'alternative medicine' module. Only a few foreign insurers do reimburse costs, notably North American and German
There are two reasons for this:
1) I am not considered an alternative practitioner by the health insurer and have a so-called regular treatment code. I am also not a member of a professional association for alternative therapists, which is almost always a prerequisite for reimbursement of costs from the health insurer
2) I have long ago, chosen not to enter into contracts with health insurers so that my independence can be maintained at all times
In any case, from January 2020, all health insurers have decided to scrap reimbursements from the 'uncontracted care' item, because previously people were still reimbursed from that pot