Editor: How do you see the approach by Health Minister Bahr, to reach via funding from this crisis as experts? Mr Aisha: Basically, the GKV VSG Yes in response to the current trends in the healthcare sector is intended. It’s mostly about: looming doctor shortage, ageing of society and the medical profession, changing patient needs and changing occupational preferences of medical scientists. Here, the focus is on rules to new supply structures, cross-sectoral initiatives of gearing and remuneration schemes. All to supply future nationwide, close to the place of residence. From the perspective of the medical profession are these first steps generally to be welcomed.
Important but will be that same for all sectors requirements with respect to access, apply power content, quality requirements and fee amount. Editor: A way out of the crisis is for every individual doctor the continuous training. The regulation together with the economic challenge is certainly a double motivation for everyone from the Heilberuflerbranche for targeted and effective training. What are your next plans in this context of the training for healthcare professionals? Mrs Szameitat: We will continue is now recently decided, all year round this successful series, also in 2012 and we are happy for the coming year as main speaker again to have won Mr. Kock Mr Kock: the pleasure is entirely on my side, we will verify the content together still specifically on each target group.
It is clear also repetitions give to 2011, but the number of participants is very limited and not all interested could take part in the year’s dates. So everyone gets a chance to visit this series with their important business and communication-technical topics. Editor: How is the opinion of the expert panel to an economic forecast for health professionals, please, finally? Mr. Hafeez: the planned GKV VSG sees moderate fee increases amounting to 1.25 percent, a structural funds against supply and charges for special eligible services and surgeries ago.