Tuesday, March 21, 2023

«Visana took my chance to get back on my feet»

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Paper war: For two years, Claudio Götti (39) fought to be removed from the black list of his health insurance company.

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Tobias OchsenbeinEditor Politics

Actually, Claudio Götti (40) from Flawil SG would have wanted to start a new life after his private bankruptcy. “I used to make mistakes, I got 130,000 francs in debt. But I stood by it, looked for ways to start over and went for it.” But someone put obstacles in his way, he says: his health insurance company Visana.

Götti also had debts to Visana and was therefore on the black list of defaulting premium payers at the social insurance institution (SVA) of the canton of St. Gallen. This means that the health insurance would only have paid for medical services in emergencies. With the conclusion of the private bankruptcy, which the Wil SG bankruptcy office completed in March 2020, Götti was removed from the black list again. Nevertheless, Visana did not reimburse him in full for the mandatory services afterwards, says Götti.

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