This chapter begins with an introduction to the methodology that was used in the analysis. It explores the practice of making informal patient payments in Lithuania by assessing the association between the likelihood of making informal patient payments and the tolerance of corruption, informal patient payments variations according to the socio-demographic status, informal patient payments variations according to the economic status and variations across Lithuanian NUTS III regions. The chapter outlines the results before outlining policy implications of the findings. It explains a strong connection between tolerance and informal payments. The chapter examines the reasons that drive individuals to engage in informal payments in the healthcare sector in Lithuania. In Baltic countries, even though almost 50% of citizens believe that the level of corruption in government health services is high, a low percentage admitted that they made informal payments.