Insurance agency for health insurances in Germany
RADTKE located in Germany (Berlin) specializes in tailor-made health insurance packages.
As a so-called multiple insurance agency, we are in terms of independence comparable to the insurance brokers. Furthermore, in contrast to the insurance agent, we are not dependent on one insurance company the agent represent. Like insurance brokers, we have access to a wide range of different health insurances.
One can quickly lose track of the wide range of health insurance offers available on the market: what kind of health insurance coverage do I need? Which additional options make sense? Do I need hospital allowance? ... We at RADTKE determine individually and precisely the desired scope of health insurance and thus can offer the optimal suitable health insurance.
Statutory Health Insurance vs Private Health Insurance
In Germany, the majority of people are covered by statutory health insurance. The insurance premium to the statutory health insurance depends on the income and amounts to approx. 15% of the income. Private health insurances are often cheaper and include more insurance benefits. Read more about private health insurances here.
But not only the private health insurances have a lot of different insurance benefits and services. Also the statutory health insurances have great differences - not only due to the high amount of "insurance companies" offering statutory health insurances of which there are 110 in Germany (2018).
Private supplementary health insurance
In addition to the health insurance, there is the so-called private supplementary health insurance. A private supplementary health insurance is the ideal supplement to the statutory health insurance. It is cheap and offers valuable services that are not covered by statutory health insurance, e.g. expensive dental procedures.
Radtke - Your insurance broker in Berlin
Do you have questions about health insurance in general? Think your insurance premium might be too high? Should we simply make a comparison of several insurance companies?