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Children's hospitals threatens the collapse

children's hospitals beat according to the "Sunday view" Alarm due to rising deficits. These were due to the Revision of the medical tariff Tarmed, the on 1.

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Children's hospitals threatens the collapse

children's hospitals beat according to the "Sunday view" Alarm due to rising deficits. These were due to the Revision of the medical tariff Tarmed, the on 1. January 2018 entered into force.

In 2018, would have listed the six major children's hospitals of Zurich, Basel, St. Gallen, Bern, Lausanne and Geneva, overall, a deficit in the outpatient area of around 60 million Swiss francs - an increase of over ten percent compared to the previous year. In the case of the three stand-alone children's hospitals in Zurich, Basel and St. Gallen, there were even around 25 percent more.

"The children's medicine is acutely threatened," says Agnes genes wine (51), managing Director of the Alliance of children's hospitals in Switzerland (AllKidS), in which the three stand-alone children's hospitals have closed. There is a risk, so it is said in the newspaper that they could not perform behind the Reached back in the case and treatments, because they are too expensive there is.

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Created: 04.08.2019, 08:16 PM

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