Decision on Hua Hin Hospital “dual pricing” case set for subsequent week

Next week, Thai authorities will announce the result of the highly anticipated “dual pricing” case where a Dutch expat claims he was overcharged for his cancer treatment at Hua Hin Hospital. ติดตั้งโซล่าเซลล์ที่อยุ่อาศัย , who filed the anti-discrimination go nicely with two years ago, advised ASEAN Now that the case was officially handed over to judges this week and a call on the case shall be announced next Tuesday.
Erwin, a goat herder together with his wife in Prachuap Khiri Khan, claims he paid charges for his cancer remedy that were more than what Thai nationals were charged at Hua Hin Hospital. In the lawsuit filed with the Administrative Court in Phetchaburi, Erwin named the Public Health Ministry and Public Health Minister Anutin Charvirakul.
While the most cancers remedies had been only some hundred baht every time, based on ASEAN Now, Erwin says the fact that he was charged greater charges than Thai residents for medical care is unconstitutional.
Back in September 2019, the Thai government set a multi-tier pricing system for providers at public hospitals in Thailand. Under the rules, foreigners who receive medical therapy or companies at public hospitals pay more than Thais or these from neighbouring nations for the same services. But the price difference between Thais and foreigners for the same medical services reportedly start to climb considerably for expats on non-immigrant visas, and much more so for worldwide tourists and retirees..

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