Study on enhancing implementation of the Cross-Border Healthcare Directive 2011/24/EU

How to ensure patient rights to healthcare in cross-border situations?

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Spark is proud to participate in a new European Commission (DGSANTE) Study on enhancing implementation of the Cross-Border Healthcare Directive 2011/24/EU to ensure patient rights in the EU with Ecorys and Technopolis Group! The aim of this Study is to support the European Commission’s work to deepen analysis of problems relating to the implementation of the Directive, identify options and solutions for improving the consistency and transparency in its application, map and analyse information from the 27 Member States, as well as EEA countries on specific areas of the Directive’s practical implementation and build on the existing data collection for patient mobility and develop a set of indicators for a new data collection to evaluate the Directive in line with Tool 41 and 42 of the Better Regulation Toolbox.