How can manufacturers of digital healthcare applications gain a competitive edge and create benefits for patients? We will navigate you:
In mid-June 2019, Federal Health Minister Jens Spahn presented his draft law for the "Digital Health Care Act (Digitale Versorgung Gesetz – DVG)". By German standards, it contains almost spectacular new regulations, as it provides, among other things, for insured persons to be entitled to digital health applications. These can soon be prescribed by doctors and should gain access to the primary healthcare market. In addition, health insurers will be able to participate in the development of digital health applications as venture capitalists and thus assume a stronger role as drivers and designers of innovative healthcare.
The Digital Health Care Act thus opens up fascinating new opportunities for stakeholders in the healthcare sector.
A new benefit in kind
Digital Health Applications – How are they defined and what is the reimbursement process like?
Who will be responsible and how do application, verification and registration work?
Reimbursement and price negotiation
How much will be refunded and what is the procedure?
Proof of benefit
How do Digital health Applications cover their evidence in the 12 month period?
Health insurance as venture capitalists
Data as an asset – which opportunities arise for health insurances and manufacturers?
Which possibilities result from the digitalization law and what effects does this have on patient empowerment?
Are you interested?
Our D+C White Paper navigates you through the potential future regulations and provides manufacturers of digital health care applications with a roadmap of concrete to-dos that need to be considered in order to successfully bring digital health care applications into the primary healthcare market.
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The White Paper is available in German and English.
Digitale-Versorgung-Gesetz – Beschlussfassung