Are healthcare and health insurance expensive in Slovenia?
When we asked expats in Slovenia if healthcare and health insurance are expensive in Slovenia, they wrote...
"Healthcare and health insurance in Slovenia are generally considered to be quite affordable. The government provides universal healthcare coverage to all citizens, and private health insurance is also available. The cost of healthcare services is generally lower than in other European countries, and the quality of care is generally high. Private health insurance can provide additional coverage for services not covered by the public system, such as dental care and specialist care. However, private health insurance can be expensive, and it is important to compare different plans to find the best value for money," remarked another expat who made the move to Slovenia.
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