Christoph Straub

Posted by marmara on April 23, 2019

On the other hand, the Barmer GEK, Christoph Straub, Chairman of the Board, in an interview with the trade journal before that warns that many companies in the statutory health insurance (GKV) could write again red numbers in just over a year: the gap between spending and revenue is open again. Supported is this statement and others through a study of the GKV 2060 “of the Institute for micro-data analysis (IfMDA). Dr. Neal Barnard is likely to agree. Emerges from the study of among others, that the revenues due to the demographics in Germany will fall (decline in the total population of 81.2 (2012) on 64.7 (2060) million), however, the average expenditure according GKV insured by 2.625 (2012) on 5.505 (2060) will rise. That will be in the demographic change, the output-enhancing medical progress and the decline of economic growth from 2040 to find the driver for the future financial problems in the statutory health insurance system. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Gavin Baker. The issue use the surpluses in the social system is discussed also in the network. Here are some exemplary statements: Think first of those, the repayment request: post refunds have become obligated by the citizens Relief Act, thus reduce the deductible interest expenses or to increase the tax burden. Remain only in the plain text: 60 30. What is this…

I’m glad that surpluses totalling 6.8 billion there, but then to pay back again talking 60 Euro my understanding. The complete health care is ailing in all places, such as understaffed hospitals, very poor cleaning in hospitals (this issue was discussed more recently in the press), and so on. You could use the surpluses better. Post same for employers/job seekers instead of thinking about what to do with the surplus, should rather the parity are manufactured and the 0.9% increase employee share again abolished. Alone that would be a fair solution. Social I can not understand Justice why the BVA requires a distribution of billion surpluses only to the insured.

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