Chances are good that the National Council and the Council of States will abolish blacklists in health insurance in 2022. These may then also collect outstanding children's premiums only from the parents.
In late 2017, several daily newspapers reported on a man with HIV infection who died because his health insurer refused to cover the cost of medical treatment. The 50-year-old man had outstanding debts with his health insurance company. The insurance company put him on a blacklist. He asked for therapy twice, but his health insurance rejected him both times.