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Schulz-Du Bois, Christian / Gohr, Benjamin / Rüter, Thorsten

Neues Entgeltsystem in Psychiatrie und Psychosomatik

Anleitung für die Anwendung im Klinikalltag und beim Medizincontrolling

[New Fee System in Psychiatry and Psychosomatics]

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    Publication Date:
    September 2011
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    • Complete and up to date
    • User-oriented practical presentation of the essentials for understanding the new fee system and for recording and coding treatments; oriented towards doctors' daily work routines
    • Benefits from the extensive fund of experience amassed by the authors, who developed their own ideas, training courses and tools.

    Aims and Scope

    The new German fee system for psychiatry and psychosomatics was introduced in 2010 in a law on hospital finance. In-patient treatments are now coded using surgical and procedural codes.

    Driven by the need to introduce the new charging system in their own hospital with neither examples nor software, the authors developed their own ideas, training courses and tools.

    This book is aimed primarily at users but also contributes discussion material for those involved in medical management accounting and coding. It is oriented towards doctors' daily work routines and explains to the reader how to understand the new fee system and how to record and code treatments.

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    ix, 83 pages
    Type of Publication:
    Specialist Text
    Charging System; Psychiatry;Psychosomatics; Coding
    Psychiatrists and Psychotherapists in German hospitals; also those responsible for medical management accounting and coding, and doctors working for the German medical insurers’ medical service, MDK.

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    Christian Schulz-Du Bois, Benjamin Gohr, Thorsten Rüter, Zentrum für Integrative Psychiatrie gGmbH, Kiel, Germany.

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