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German Health Reforms In 1993

New Cost Control Initiatives

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Published by Diane Pub Co .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Public Health,
  • Medical

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages55
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11098555M
    ISBN 100788101994
    ISBN 109780788101991

      Uwe E. Reinhardt is an economics professor at Princeton.. In the previous two posts, I sought to explain why the public health insurance plan that Barack Obama had firmly promised during the presidential campaign appears to have become a deal-breaker in President Obama’s quest to sign a genuinely bipartisan health reform bill later this year. From an American perspective, Germany's health care system represents a nettlesome challenge. and choice: A preliminary assessment of the German health reforms. Sozial- und Pr Cited by: 6.

    In the United States, the debate regarding health care reform includes questions of a right to health care, access, fairness, sustainability, quality and amounts spent by mixed public-private health care system in the United States is the most expensive in the world, with health care costing more per person than in any other nation, and a greater portion of gross domestic. Germany - Germany - Health and welfare: Germany’s system of social benefits is among the world’s most elaborate and all-embracing. A pioneer in establishing social welfare benefits, imperial Germany in the s became the first country to provide health and accident insurance, workers’ and employees’ benefits and pensions, and miners’ insurance.

    ness. Although the German health care system is among the systems providing a very high quality of health care, it is also one of the most expensive and keeps undergoing reforms to reduce costs and maintain or improve quality. This book aims to provide an interested international au-.   Increasing healthcare expenditures and other economic pressures mandate fundamental reforms of the healthcare system in Germany. The overall goal is restraint of costs while at the same time maintaining a high standard of medical care. Among all options, managed care represents a potential solution, since it combines financing mechanisms and a care delivery system under the Author: Reinhard Rychlik, Karin Güntert-Gömann, Anne Kilburg, Jeffrey B. Frazier.


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Richard Knox is author of a book, Germany's Health System: One Nation, United with Health Care for All, published by Faulkner and Gray. Get this from a library. German health reforms: new cost control initiatives: report to the Chairman, Committee on Governmental Affairs, U.S.

Senate. [United States. General Accounting Office.; United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Governmental Affairs.]. German Health Reforms: New Cost Control Initiatives HRD Published: Jul 7, Publicly Released: structural health care reforms to further reduce excess utilization as well as rigidities in the current system.

Reforms in the physician sector include establishing procedures to identify and impose financial sanctions on Page 6 GAO/HBD German Health Care Beforma **‘. Get this from a library. German health reforms: changes result in lower health costs in report to the Chairman, Committee on Governmental Affairs, U.S.

Senate. [United States. General Accounting Office.; United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Governmental Affairs.]. GAO reviewed the German health care system, focusing on the: (1) effects of nonnegotiable budgets on health care cost and access to care; and (2) status of some of the structural changes intended to control costs over the longer found that: (1) duringthe German health care sectors generally succeeded in controlling the growth of health care costs, with outlays per member falling more than.

GAO discussed the German health care system, focusing on the approaches used to control health care costs. GAO noted that: (1) beforeGermany had budget caps on physician and hospital services that were negotiated by provider associations and sickness funds that provide health insurance to most Germans; (2) German health care reforms limit physician and hospital expenditures to increases.

The recent health care reforms of and yielded only short-term reductions of health care expenditure, with increases in the subsequent years. `Stability of the contribution rate' is the uppermost political objective of current health care reform by: 1. The health care system The health care system as part of the social security system.

Germany's health care system is associated with the name of Otto von Bismarck, first chancellor of the German state, and his proposal of social-insurance coverage in the s as a way to buy political support from the workers in exchange for economic protection and material by: The German Health Care System (GHCS) faces many challenges among which an aging population and economic problems are just a few.

The GHCS traditionally. Department of Health Care Management, Berlin University of Technology Miriam Blümel, Department of Health Care Management, Berlin University of Technology Germany: Health System Review The European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies is a partnership, hosted by the.

Get this from a library. German health reforms: changes result in lower health costs in report to the Chairman, Committee on Governmental Affairs, U.S. Abstract An empirical study in Lower Saxony aimed to investigate any changes in primary care physicians' diagnostic and therapeutic strategies as a result of Germany's health reform act (known as the Gesundheitsstruktur Gesetz or GSG), which included the countrywide implementation of a strict drug by: 6.

In the book Redefining German Health Care, Michael Porter and Clemens Guth establish clear, actionable steps which providers and health plans should take to maximize patient value. They argue that every provider should focus their service lines, measure outcomes and organise integrated care around medical by: Health care reform measures in Germany are designated by the legislature for the organization of the health care system.

The main aim of such reforms is to curb the increase of costs in statutory health insurance (for example, by stabilizing the contribution rate and, thus, non-wage labor costs by reducing benefits, increasing co-payments or by changing the remuneration of service providers).

Get this from a library. German health reforms: initiatives tighten cost controls: statement of Janet L. Shikles, Assistant Comptroller General, Human Resources Division, before the Committee on Finance, United States Senate. Get this from a library. German health reforms: new cost control initiatives: report to the Chairman, Committee on Governmental Affairs, U.S.

Senate. [United States. General Accounting Office.]. July ; a summary and update of this report is contained in Janet L Shikles, " German Health Reforms: Initiatives Tighte n Cost Controls," Testimony befor e th Committe o Finance, U.S. Senate, GAO/T-HRD Health, Race and German Politics Between National Unification and Nazism, Cambridge Studies in the History of Medicine, ISSN History e-book project History of Medicine Series: Author: Paul Weindling: Editor: Charles Rosenberg: Edition: illustrated, reprint: Publisher: Cambridge University Press, ISBN: X.

Meeting these new challenges requires reform of existing health care system arrangements while reconciling the goals of equitable access to quality care at an affordable price.

This book compares health care reforms in industrialized nations and the Global South to uncover the similarities and differences in their problems and solutions. This analysis of the German health system reviews recent developments in organization and governance, health financing, health care provision, health reforms and health system performance.The German health care community has made a serious and sustained effort to control the growth of health costs since the mids.

The steep rise in health expenditures in the first half of the s prompted the passage of the Health Insurance Cost Containment Act of This analysis of the German health system reviews recent developments in organization and governance, health financing, health care provision, health reforms and health system performance.

In the German health care system, decision-making powers are traditionally shared between national (‎federal)‎ and state (‎Land)‎ levels, with much.