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DZVhÄ demands that private doctors be admitted to the SHI system in underserved regions
In order to guarantee medical care in underserved regions, doctors working in private practices should also be consulted when planning requirements. This is what the Central Association of Homeopathic Doctors demands. "This can improve the situation in the short term," explains Cornelia Bajic, chair of the German Central Association of Homeopathic Doctors (DZVhÄ). The DZVhÄ would very much appreciate it if this untapped medical potential were included in the regular care. "We do not fundamentally oppose the inclusion of non-medical service providers in the care; But it is difficult for us to understand if the medical potential has not been exhausted beforehand, ”said Cornelia Bajic in Berlin. Therefore, the DZVhÄ demands that homeopathy, as an independent therapy system that is in high demand by patients, be taken into account in the needs planning.
Homeopathic doctors make up a disproportionately high proportion of private doctors. This is due to the fact that high quality homeopathy was not possible in the doctor's office until a few years ago - until the selective contracts homeopathy were established. Today, it is also possible to run a homeopathic practice based on selective contracts in the statutory health insurance system. However, many well-qualified private doctors are prevented from doing so due to the legal requirements in SGB V. From the perspective of the DZVhÄ, it would make sense to make the regulations more flexible. (pm)
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