From the article “What documents are needed to obtain the ticket exemption for pathology?” the reader will be able to draw useful information to request the economic benefit. In fact, it is necessary to send a specific request to the local health authority (ASL) of your municipality of residence if you meet the required requirements. To this end, let’s quickly scroll through the list of diseases in order to understand for which diseases you are entitled to the 2020 ticket exemption.
For which diseases are you entitled to the 2020 ticket exemption?
The pathologies for which you are entitled to exemption are those that meet the 3 criteria that the Legislative Decree 124/98 has identified. These are the severity of the disease, the percentage of disability and the costs that the patient must incur to undergo specialized treatments and treatments.
The detailed list of rare and chronic diseases for the purposes of exemption appears in the Decree of the President of the Council of Ministers on the new Lea 2017. Those who suffer from liver cirrhosis, anorexia, asthma, rheumatoid arthritis, glaucoma, cystic fibrosis, diabetes mellitus, chronic renal failure are entitled to ticket exemption.
The person who has undergone kidney, heart, lung, cornea transplant also enjoys the exemption. Or it presents disorders of the cardiovascular system and vasculopathies such as atherosclerosis, aneurysms, embolisms and thrombosis. Patients who suffer from chronic hepatitis, epilepsy, anorexia, dementia and high blood pressure with or without organ damage also access the financial benefit.
The 2020 ticket exemption is also open to individuals who present with multiple sclerosis, malignant neoplasms and tumors, arthropractic psoriasis, retinopathy, pituitary dwarfism, chronic pancreatitis. You do not pay the ticket even in the presence of mental illnesses such as depression, delusions, paranoia, paraphrenia and schizophrenic psychoses of the disorganized, catatonic and paranoid type.