WTZ

AcronymDefinition
WTZWorld Time Zone
WTZwissenschaftlich technologische zusammenarbeit (German)
WTZWet Toegang Ziektekostenverzekeringen (Dutch: Health Insurance Access Act)
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The health care system Improve competition between The government is private insurers, for instance, considering the compensate insurers only possibility of for expected losses in the integrating scheme for elderly people the WTZ scheme into (WTZ), and if this is not the basic public possible, consider the scheme (ZFW).
-- the WTZ, which regulates insurance for those aged 65 and over who are not eligible for ZFW insurance.
The shortfall is mainly financed by income-dependent co-payments (123) in the AWBZ scheme and by compulsory contributions from persons with private health insurance in the ZFW- and WTZ schemes.
5130), and the project EST-02/003 according to bilateral cooperation in science and technology (WTZ) between Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Germany and Ministry of Education and Research, Estonia, is gratefully acknowledged.
Project Marktwerking, Deregulering en Wetgevingskwaliteit (1998), Risico in de WTZ.
Mobility in the private insurance schemes is limited as, in general, persons above 45 years are not accepted by another private insurer other than at the statutory maximum premium of the WTZ scheme.