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Discover the diversity of the program for the 18th Congress of Health Networkers

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Discover the diversity of the program for the 18th Congress of Health Networkers

Wednesday, March 6, 2024, 12:55 p.m

Today we want to give you further insight into our program for the 18th Congress for Health Networkers with our #GNK24 update.

Over 70 top-class speakers offer you insights into the complex challenges and future prospects of healthcare. We also pay particular attention to outpatient care in the healthcare system. Although the principle of “outpatient before inpatient” has existed since 1995, progress has been slow. After all, the federal government has included the issue in its coalition agreement. Our discussion groups deal intensively with this topic in order to provide impulses for accelerated change.

We would also like to invite you to a special edition of our EinBlick podcast. On the occasion of International Women’s Day on March 8th, we present to you two impressive personalities: Pia Maier, MBA, board member of BiM – Federal Association of Internet Medicine and Dr. Alexia Zurkuhlen, deputy chairwoman of the German Health Regions Network. Both will present content from the congress as representatives of two of our program partners. You can listen to Friday’s podcast episode here.

We look forward to welcoming you to Berlin in May and invite you to discover our extensive program.

Outpatient care is becoming increasingly important

In the German healthcare system, the debate about outpatient care is gaining momentum as a result of hospital reform. This opens up new opportunities for doctor networks and medical care centers (MVZ). Outpatient care is already being expanded through the revision of the AOP catalog and the conversion of inpatient facilities. At our congress we will discuss how networks can benefit from these innovations.

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The networking with hospitals and the Expansion of outpatient care can improve patient care. In times of increasing shortage of skilled workers and cost pressure, politicians are setting the framework for further outpatient care. With hybrid DRGs and level 1i-Clinics should promote collaboration across sector boundaries.

Two major trends are evident: around 20 percent of inpatient services could be provided on an outpatient basis. This is confirmed by several reports. The question will be who will provide these outpatient services in the future and which structural and procedural structures are the right ones for this. The cost pressure increases massively if the hybrid DRGs are implemented on a larger scale. Outpatient care affects small hospitals just as much as large ones.

Small hospitals in particular are facing massive changes in their range of services. Service groups, minimum quantities, quality specifications and the lack of emergency care are the main reasons for this. What might the future of houses look like? What concepts can be used to preserve the locations? What do the changes in the hospital mean for the resident doctors in the area? What could common solutions look like?

Programmhighlights

Standardization in the design and construction of highly technical and complex outpatient facilities

Short lectures and discussions

Torsten Grätz ZECH Health, Stuttgart; Cadolto Modulbau GmbH, Cadolzburg

Marc Eggert Managing partner of AEP Architekten Eggert Generalplaner GmbH, Stuttgart

Day Pfeiffer Managing partner of nordiska GmbH & Co. KG, Gummersbach

Moderation: Dr. Mark Richter Regional Manager North in Health Management at BERLIN-CHEMIE AG

further details in the program overview

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Level 1i clinics: Are they the connecting element between the sectors and a new opportunity for doctor networks and MVZs?

Statements and panel discussion

Annette Hempen, MHBA Deputy Chairwoman of the AdA – Federal Association of Doctors, Practices and Health Networks, Berlin; Managing Director of MuM – Medicine and More eG

Dr. Marco Kruger Managing Director of Curiates Medicare MVZ gGmbH, Güstrow

Maximilian Schmid COO of BinDoc GmbH, Tübingen

Moderation: Prof. Dr. Clarissa Kurscheid Managing Director of figus GmbH Priv. Research Institute for Health and System Design, Cologne; President of the EUFH University of Health, Social Affairs and Pedagogy

further details in the program overview

Why is outpatient inpatient services so unattractive, and what options are there for cost-effective provision of services?

Statements and panel discussion

Uwe Borchmann, MHA Managing Director of the Hospital Society Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania e. V., Schwerin

Torsten Grätz ZECH Health, Stuttgart; Cadolto Modulbau GmbH, Cadolzburg

Maximilian Schmid COO of BinDoc GmbH, Tübingen

Moderation: Dr. Mark Richter Regional Manager North in Health Management at BERLIN-CHEMIE AG

further details in the program overview

OPPORTUNITIES TO PARTICIPATE

We would be happy to inform you here also about opportunities to participate in the congress. Just contact us – we look forward to your initiatives.

Until then: listen to ours EinBlick podcast in – the most important news from the healthcare sector every Friday. We look forward to inspiring discussions and your participation at the 18th Congress for Health Networkers in Berlin. Let’s talk about the future of care and help shape it!

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