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Measuring the patient: who does my health data belong to? - Why there will be fewer and fewer doctors and medical practices in Germany and why the health system is getting worse and worse - Measuring the patient: who owns my health data? Why there will be fewer and fewer doctors and medical practices in Germany and the health system will get worse and worse

Three diseases:

  • successfully broken down: poor pay: Compared to other EU countries and also the USA, Germany is in a bad position in terms of the remuneration of doctors, also worse than Japan and even Italy (!)
    • that is probably too with a reason for that massive shortage of skilled workerswhich cannot be remedied by immigration, because: somewhere else you pay better
      • In view of the fact that many people feel exploited in the healthcare sector, Health Minister Jens Spahn & the German government are relying on automation with Google AI
      • (That is not openly stated, but the direction is clear, and it is also clear that for Mr. Spahn this means probably a post at Google will “jump out” after or during his tenure if he gives the BigData giant in the USA flat-rate access to digital health data (gold)
      • "Viz.ai’s mission is to fundamentally improve how healthcare is delivered in the world, through intelligent software that promises to reduce time to treatment, improve access to care and speed the diffusion of medical innovation" https://www.viz.ai/

  • corona was also expensive for doctors' surgeries
    • Patients postpone appointments for fear of being infected in the waiting room
    • increased hygiene effort (doctor's practice has to pay for masks himself) hardly any support from the state
  • Rental speculation drive the rent for doctor's practices higher and higher and since doctors in DE unfortunately no longer earn so well, this can quickly lead to a practice no longer being profitable.
  • Administrative expenses (billing) and government-imposed requirements cost a lot of money and are constantly increasing

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Please don't get it wrong, I'm also in favor of data protection, definitely, but then we would have to IMMEDIATELY SWITCH OFF Microsoft Windows Office, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter and Google if you are serious about data protection, the EU GDPR is exempt from punishment in Austria! (That's right!)

(Google & BigPharma is VERY interested in health data too, in the USA and also in the UK / England they are already busy collecting “in the cloud”, even “without the patient's consent”, thanks to Jens Spahn soon also with us?)

It costs companies a lot of money, time and nerves.

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Added to this are:

The result: More and more legal uncertainty, fear of doing something wrong, effort and costs for the freelance / self-employed doctor and therefore fewer and fewer doctors who want to take over the practice.

Instead, centralization will set in, there will be a handful of MVZ GmbHs, large gigantic companies that keep 100 and more doctors on staff (and will ensure that the doctor's profession becomes even less attractive, as is currently happening in old people's homes, where the caregivers are chased into inhumanity and burnout if they are poorly paid.)

With less and less money and at the same time increasing effort (bureaucracy), the quality of the healthcare system is in no case better rather worse.

In addition, there is an enormous amount of work involved in billing and reimbursement.

In addition, there is an enormous shortage of personnel (the so-called shortage of skilled workers actually exists in the medical field and has reached an extreme extent).

It's NO wonder

  1. There will be fewer and fewer medical practices in Germany (if you're lucky, someone from Syria who is qualified and is ready to lend a hand will come along)
  2. there will always be very few doctors in the country (cannot find a successor, their practices have a market value of ZERO euros)
  3. AOK & Co pay less and less because they save, society is getting older (pays less and needs more health care)

Result: There is a threat of a "Brazilianization" of the health system, i.e. patients will have to wait a long time for a doctor and in the worst case PASS in the waiting room because the doctor could not be with the patient quickly and efficiently because he had to sign 1000 more pieces of paper.

... now comes the EU ... and puts a two-three pile on top of this heap of problems ... is it still possible?

“From the 26.05.2021 need the requirements of the new MDR (Medical Device Regulation, EU Regulation 2017/745) implemented.

This new regulation replaces the previous EU directives on medical devices and brings numerous innovations with it. It is aimed primarily at manufacturers and distributors of medical products and prescribes extended obligations, particularly in terms of documentation, testing and product tracking.

With the introduction of the MDR, independent ones apply Dental laboratories and other market participants as manufacturers of "custom-made products" and thus also fall under the definition of the manufacturer of medical products.

The resulting requirements are complex and not obvious at first glance, but under certain conditions they can affect any health care facility that operates and uses, markets or manufactures medical devices (e.g. dental practices with their own laboratory, oral surgery with their own laboratory, orthodontic practices with own laboratory, dental laboratory, etc.).

Similar to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the requirements apply immediately, so that you as an institution must now also take into account European regulations in addition to German law. Accordingly, the German Medical Devices Act will also be replaced by the new Medical Device Implementation Act on the cut-off date. "

Does the EU pay the costs and expenses associated with its laws? NO! OF COURSE NOT! D.H. YOU ALWAYS WANT MORE PERFORMANCE FOR EVER LESS MONEY! HOW SHOULD IT WORK?

It's nice that the GDPR has created a new professional branch of “data protection officer”, the costs for this would actually have to be paid 100% by the EU, because the EU also made it into law and additionally an expense allowance for the expenses incurred by the company Costs.

“The electronic health card. It is the key to the electronic patient record (EPR), the most important project of Health Minister Spahn, if you ignore his run to the Chancellery. "

(Soon this will also be abolished and you will check into the investor-driven MVZ GmbH via SmartPhone)

“Leyck Dieken (ex Teva Ratiopharm a Israel company) is also involved, but by no means only about blood values, X-rays and medical reports; but about nothing less than the code of life that Genome sequences of the patients

“However, it is clear,” says Tino Sorge, “that this will not work if we only discuss abstractly, without the patient experiencing any noticeable benefit.“

Source: https://www.tagesspiegel.de/wirtschaft/wem-gehoeren-meine-gesundheitsdaten-die-vermess-des-patienten/25548292.html

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Three Diseases:

  • successfullybroken: poorpay: comparedwithotherEUcountriesandalsotheUSA, GermanyisinabadpositionasregardsthepayofdoctorsisevenworsethanJapan and Italy (!)
    • this is probably also one reason behind the massive shortage of skilled workers, which cannot be remedied by immigration, because: they get better pay in a different country
  • coronawasalsoexpensiveformedicalpractices
    • Patientspostponeappointmentsforfearofgettinginfectedinthewaitingroom
    • increased hygiene effect costs money (doctor-practicemustpaymasksthemselves)
      • hardlysupportfromthestate
  • RealEstate / Rentspeculationdrivestherentalsofordoctorpracticeseverhigherandsincedoctorsin Germany unfortunatelynolongerearnsowellthiscanalsoquicklyleadtothefactthatapracticenolongerpaysoff.
  • Administrative expenses and requirements-by-law constantly increasing

Please do not get it wrong, I am also for data protection, definitely, but then we would have to IMMEDIATELY SWITCH OFF Microsoft Windows Office, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter and Google, if the EU is serious with data protection.

The EU GDPR is a catastrophe.

Austria did the right thing and will punish it with no fines.

(Google & BigPharma are also VERY interested in health data, in the USA and also in the UK / England is already diligently collected “in the cloud”, largely “without consent” of the patient, thanks to Jens Spahn soon also in EU / Germany? (#Wtf?)

It costs companies a lot of money, time and nerves.

And the laws and regulations just keep coming ...

The result: more and more legal uncertainty, fear of doing something wrong, effort and costs for the freelance / self-employed doctor.

Instead, there will be a centralization, there will be a handful of MVZ GmbHs, large gigantic companies that keep 100 or more doctors in the employee relationship (and will make sure that the doctor profession becomes even less attractive, as is already happening in the old people's home, where in case of poor pay, the nurses are driven into inhuman treating patients (no time) and burnout.)

With less and less money and at the same time more and more effort (bureaucracy), the quality of the health care system will get worse.

In addition, there is enormous expense in billing and reimbursement of costs.

In addition, there is an enormous staff shortage (the so-called shortage of skilled workers is actually present in the medical field and has reached an extreme extent).

It is NO wonder that

there will be fewer and fewer doctors ‘offices in Germany (if you are lucky, someone from Syria will come, who is qualified and wants to help)
there will always be very few doctors left in the country (find no successor, their practices have ZERO Euro market value)
AOK & Co are paying less and less because (they argue) they got to save money because of all the old people (that need more health care than young people)

Result: there is a threat of a “Brazilianization” of the health system, i.e. Patients will have to wait for a doctor for a very long time and in the worst case DIE in the waiting room, because the doctor could not be fast and efficient enough on help the patient, because he had to sign 1000 more notes.

… Now comes the EU… and put on this problem pile another two three piles on top… wtf EU?

"From May 26, 2021, the requirements of the new MDR (Medical Device Regulation, EU Regulation 2017/745) must be implemented.

This new regulation replaces the previous EU directives on medical devices and brings with it numerous “innovations”.

It is primarily aimed at manufacturers and distributors of medical devices and requires advanced obligations, in particular in the documentation, testing, and product tracking.

With the introduction of the MDR, independent dental laboratories and other market participants are regarded as manufacturers of "custom-made products" and thus also fall under the manufacturer’s concept of medical devices.

The resulting requirements are complex and at first sight not catchy, but can, under certain conditions, affect any healthcare institution that operates and uses, markets or manufactures medical devices (eg dental practices with their own laboratory, maxillofacial surgeries with their own laboratory, orthodontic practices with their own laboratory, dental laboratories, etc.).

Similar to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the requirements take effect immediately, so that you as an institution must henceforth also take into account the European regulations in addition to German law.

Accordingly, the German Medical Device Act will also be replaced by the new Medical Device Implementation Act as of the reporting date. "

Does the EU pay the costs and expenses associated with those laws?

It is nice that the GDPR has practically created a new profession “data protection officer”, the costs for this would actually have to pay 100% also the EU, because this has also made the law.

“The electronic health card. It is the key to the Electronic Medical Record (ePA), the most important project of German Health Minister Spahn, apart from his run to the Chancellery. "

“Leyck Dieken (ex Teva Ratiopharm a Israel company) is also concerned with this, but in no case only with blood values, X-rays and medical findings; but with nothing less than the code of life, the genome sequences of the patients ”

"However, it is clear," says Tino Sorge, "that this will not work if we only discuss abstractly, without the patient experiencing any tangible benefit."

"Nightingale" project: Google has access to millions of patient data /

Project Nightingale, Google has access to millions of patient data

Project Nightingale is a data storage and processing project by Google Cloud and Ascension, a Catholic health care system comprising a chain of 2,600 hospitals, doctors ’offices and other related facilities, in 21 states, with tens of millions of patient records available for processing health care data."

The data sharing includes patient names and their dates of birth, along with doctor diagnoses, lab results, and hospitalization records, amounting to access to complete electronic health records. Also included in the data sharing are addresses of the patient, family members, allergies, immunizations, radiology scans, medications, and medical conditions. After the patient checks in to the doctor’s office, or hospital, or senior center - the doctor and nurse examination results are entered into a computer and uploaded to Google’s cloud servers. At this point, the system is then used to suggest treatment plans, recommend replacement or removal of a doctor from the patient’s health-care team, and administer policies on narcotics. Ascension, the company sharing data with Google, may also vary their billing according to treatment or procedures.[1]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_Nightingale

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/nov/14/im-the-google-whistleblower-the-medical-data-of-millions-of-americans-is-at-risk

https://edition.cnn.com/2019/11/12/tech/google-project-nightingale-federal-inquiry/index.html

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2019/nov/12/google-medical-data-project-nightingale-secret-transfer-us-health-information

https://ehealthresearch.no/whoisdigital2020/speakers/esti-shelly

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Healthcare_in_Israel

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DeepMind

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mustafa_Suleyman