Health costs: a flat rate per head is not coming?



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Health costs: a flat rate per head is not coming? The plans of the Federal Minister of Health Philipp Rösler (FDP) to introduce a flat rate per head seem to have failed. CDU General Secretary Hermann Gröhe and Rösler emphasized this in the "Welt am Sonntag".

The plans of the Federal Minister of Health Philipp Rösler (FDP) to introduce a flat rate per head seem to have failed. CDU General Secretary Hermann Gröhe and Rösler emphasized this in the “Welt am Sonntag” (WamS). According to the two, only a minor restructuring of the German health care system is planned. In part, the income-related employee amount is to give way to a health bonus. In this way, the coalition wants to separate health and work-related costs and thus avoid a possible increase in non-wage labor costs.

Proponents of this model argue that an increase in non-wage labor costs hampers the recovery of the labor market and endangers jobs. In addition, the employer's share should therefore be frozen at a certain rate. A possible social compensation should be financed from tax funds. In the future, health insurance companies should be able to determine amounts for part of the employee's share. Another measure is to be implemented in the form of competition promotion.

Gröhe and Rösler definitively rejected the concept of a lump sum per head and even went on the offensive by accusing the SPD of unsettling the statutory insured with different information regarding the state election on May 9 in North Rhine-Westphalia. (Thorsten Fischer, Naturopath Osteopathy, April 10th, 2010)

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