The web site OP recommended has little to say about medial care for tourists. The only time I had to go to an MD in EU was in Germany. I knew from previous experience not to ask tour hotel to get a MD. Asked the pharmacy across the street from our hotel where the closet MD was. 10 minuts wait to been seen. No charge. He explained all was covered by Germany's universal socialized heath insurance system.
A neighbor had a heart attack in USA-- $30,000 bill. A few years later, he had the same thing in France. Same treatment, $3,000. The WHO regularly rates the quality of national health care systems. France regularly is # 1 or #2. France alternates with Italy for #1, and the citizens of those nations pay less than half as much for their superior hearth care as do Armenians (# 72, essentially tied with Cuba)
Another big difference between USA & EU hearth care is the role of pharmacists. In EU, pharmacists can do a lot of diagnosis and treatment that require a MD's prescription in USA.
Then there is the cost of drugs. www.pharmacychecker.com › Apr 9, 2019 - In the United States, the current average retail price of a three-month supply of Xarelto 20 mg is around $1,600. In Italy, I paid $333. In USA, it requires a prescription. In Italy, its OTC. With Medicare Part D, Diclofenac is $87-150 with a prescription. In EU, less that $10 OTC.
If you must get sick, do it in Italy.