European Economic Area

The European Economic Area (EEA) was established on 1 January 1994 and includes countries which are not part of the European Union.

Description

The European Economic Area (EEA) was established on 1 January 1994 and includes countries which are not part of the European Union.

On 1 April 2013, NHS England became responsible for administering the application process for PATIENTS seeking funding for healthcare in other European countries; see the  NHS England  website at: European cross border healthcare.

For a list of European Economic Area countries relating to Department of Health and Social Care and NHS Overseas Visitors policy, see the:

Also Known As

This Supporting information is also known by these names:

Context Alias
Short name EEA

Where Used

Type Link How used
Supporting Information Department for Work and Pensions Overseas Healthcare Team references in description European Economic Area
Data Element EMPLOYEE WORK PERMIT END DATE references in description European Economic Area
Supporting Information European Economic Area references in description European Economic Area
NHS Business Definition National Contact Point references in description European Economic Area
Attribute OVERSEAS VISITOR CHARGING CATEGORY references in description European Economic Area
Data Element OVERSEAS VISITOR CHARGING CATEGORY references in description European Economic Area
Data Element OVERSEAS VISITOR CHARGING CATEGORY AT CDS ACTIVITY DATE references in description European Economic Area
Class OVERSEAS VISITOR STATUS references in description European Economic Area
Supporting Information Overseas Visitor Treatment Portal references in description European Economic Area
Supporting Information Reciprocal Healthcare Agreement references in description European Economic Area
Supporting Information S2 references in description European Economic Area
Supporting Information Supporting Definitions Menu references in description European Economic Area