Please inform your Dutch health insurance company that you live in another (treaty) country. Ask for a form (E)106 or a document S1 that allows you to register with the health insurance company or the health insurance fund in your country of residence. With that registration, you are entitled to medical care in your country of residence in accordance with the rules applicable there.
Notify the health insurance company or health insurance fund in your country of residence of your family members. If your family members can indeed be co-insured, the health insurance fund in your country of residence will notify the CAK. We will register your family members as co-insured beneficiaries. Your country of residence will settle the costs of their medical care with the Netherlands.
For each co-insured member of the family aged 18 and over, you pay a healthcare contribution to the CAK. This contribution is comparable to the premium for health insurance. We will send you an invoice for this every year. At the end of the calendar year you will receive an annual statement.
Does anything change in the composition or situation of your family? Then report this as soon as possible to the health insurance fund in your country of residence and to the CAK. These changes may affect the level of the healthcare contribution you have to pay. For example: