The German Hospital Federation

Posted by marmara on August 13, 2016

Therefore he is direct, according to a report by health insurance companies”, believes that. that no AOK must raise an additional contribution. Only requirement is that the Federal Government stick to its interpretation of the law. One of the few reasons behind that”, which arguably the BMG ultimately is undeniable. The spare funds already publicly resist that long existing pension costs of the General local health insurance (AOK) and the Guild of health insurance (IKK) amounting to around 10 billion euros, for which no reserves were formed, be financed in the future from the health fund. The pensions for the so-called DO employees, officials similar status, workers are paid so far just from the current revenue.

The question is, where will the money come from, if not from the health fund? To the AOK and IKK levy from the outset additional posts for that? If the money from the health fund, then AOK and IKK would receive in time for the financial cover their according to more money, during which, as the replacement cashboxes Pension commitments made, would be correspondingly less. The BMG sees in these pension costs”no debt but only possible future commitments. So to talk finances itself in the BMG beautifully. This dilemma will be solved well over the level of contributions to the health fund. Is comforting only that it is a smaller and smaller as persons, which includes currently but at least still around 10,000 people and their families. Hospitals complain that the Lander, but at different heights, shorten the investment promotion for years. In January 2007, the service for social policy reported that only 2.7 billion euros would be paid by all provinces in 2006. The investment promotion – 44,34% would then have been reduced since 1991. The German Hospital Federation, based on an opinion of the Rhenish Westphalian Institute for economic research (RWI) and the auditing firm BDO, currently speaks of a Under-funding of up to EUR 3 billion, taking into account of the personnel cost increases expected from the ongoing collective bargaining round for the public service.

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