High-Tech medicine, cutting-edge research, and therapists to strike – for the first time, set in the Berlin of the future, Charité-chief the questions of the press. After Heyo Kroemer signed on Wednesday his contract of service in the Red town hall, and languages, Michael Müller (SPD) and the Charité-chief Karl Max Einhäupl about the upcoming tasks for the new Chairman of the Board: Kroemer self-proclaimed "triad of demographic change, digitalization and advances in research" the Central challenge for his term of office.
"Without a consistent digitisation, we will not be able to master the demographic change," said Kroemer. But he was optimistic. "The environment in Berlin is for the high-school medicine extraordinarily well." The many research sites, Berlin's reputation among professionals, and the numerous clinics that were often in the public sector, spoke for the city. Kroemer starts at 1. September in Berlin, he works in Göttingen. The government of lower Saxony had fought over for weeks, Kroemer of the University of Göttingen.
Massive shortage of skilled workers meets a growing number of patients
Until September – since he took office in 2008 – Einhäupl, the Charité. Müller and Kroemer languages of the great merits of the 72-year-old neurologist, which I owe to the University clinic significantly to their good reputation. The mayor had, as Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the state-owned University hospital almost two years after a successor for Einhäupl are looking for. For the management of an institution of this importance, 20 candidates were eligible nationwide. The outgoing Charité-chief is in policy and in the health industry as an extremely well-connected – what is now expected of Kroemer.
Kroemer is, as reported, the pharmacologist, and comes from Ostfriesland. The 58-Year-old was conducting at the University clinic of Greifswald, and has worked as head of the University medicine Göttingen successful public investments in the millions in construction and engineering. Especially the demographic change, the ageing of the population and the upcoming wave of Retirements, said Kroemer, would affect hospitals twice-in the Predictable a massive shortage of skilled workers in the care pay, a growing number of patients.daily mirror people Free
Per year in order to be currently treated almost 149.000 stationary and 700,000 outpatient cases at the Charité. At four locations: the clinic in 2000, men and women research. Together with the daughter company's 17,500 Employees for Europe's largest University clinic work. The last conflict was again pregnant.
re-integration of the subsidiary company in the Charité is not planned for the time being
want to go on strike this Thursday again 50 of the 170 Physio - and occupational therapists. You are employed by the subsidiary company, CPPZ, and receive up to 800 euros a month gross less for the same work as the ordinary employees. Because in the Charité master house is paid for according to the Tariff of public services, the TvöD. The therapists of the CPPZ was offered in the autumn for more money, but not quite up to TvöD level. In addition, it should not give the trade Union Verdi demanded the reintegration of the subsidiary company in the Charité was probably not foreseeable.
At the press conference in Red city hall, Kroemer, Einhäupl and Müller had said that if the financing of wages be secured, is to be sought, in principle, once the outsourced Employees back in the main house. According to daily mirror information, but the management of the CPPZ explained in an internal letter, the Charité did not wish to integrate the divested subsidiary is currently. The battle of the therapists could take so long to Kroemer assumes the office at the top.More about
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