URL: https://www.kbv.de/html/online-ebm.php (abgerufen am 27.08.2020) Kessler H (2015) Kurzlehrbuch Medizinische Psychologie und Soziologie. 3. Aufl. ... In: Becker, Kingreen (Hrsg.) SGB V – Gesetzliche Krankenversicherung: Kommentar.

Author: Jan B. Brönneke

Publisher: MWV

ISBN: 9783954666157

Category: Medical

Page: 192

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The "prescribable app" has arrived! Digital health applications (known by their German acronym, DiGA) are now accessible to the 73 million beneficiaries of Germany’s statutory healthcare system. Pioneering public policy is creating compelling new opportunities for innovation and driving digital transformation within Europe’s largest healthcare market – this is where this book comes in! Written by deep domain experts who helped shape the core DiGA policy framework and its implementation, this book is a streamlined guide to developing and disseminating digital health applications - from concept, to approval, to successful digital product. Designed for DiGA developers in both start-ups and established companies, the necessary steps from ideation to successful market launch are described. Edifying and clearly structured, the DiGA VADEMECUM also provides valuable insights for investors and financial partners from the venture capital and private equity sectors as well as for potential distribution partners from the pharmaceutical and medical technology communities. Finally, the DiGA VADEMECUM is also an invaluable resource for physicians and therapists who want to learn not only how to prescribe DiGA in a meaningful way, but also how to use digital feedback in the service of delivering better care to patients. DiGA VADEMECUM - A Must-Have for Digital Leaders in Healthcare!
Categories: Medical

Routledge Handbook of Global Health Rights

Routledge Handbook of Global Health Rights

If EBM does not lead to clear answers on the care given, then the question is whether there is anything that can be done ... 98 Bull Thomas and Fredrik Sterzel, Regeringsformen – en kommentar (4th edn, Studentlitteratur AB 2019) 89.

Author: Clayton Ó Néill

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000389265

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 430

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This book examines the idea of a fundamental entitlement to health and healthcare from a human rights perspective. The volume is based on a particular conceptual reasoning that balances critical thinking and pragmatism in the context of a universal right to health. Thus, the primary focus of the book is the relationship or contrast between rights-based discourse/jurisprudential arguments and real-life healthcare contexts. The work sets out the constraints that are imposed on a universal right to health by practical realities such as economic hardship in countries, lack of appropriate governance, and lack of support for the implementation of this right through appropriate resource allocation. It queries the degree to which the existence of this legally enshrined right and its application in instruments such as the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR) and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) can be more than an ephemeral aspiration but can, actually, sustain, promote, and instil good practice. It further asks if social reality and the inequalities that present themselves therein impede the implementation of laudable human rights, particularly within marginalised communities and cadres of people. It deliberates on what states and global bodies do, or could do, in practical terms to ensure that such rights are moved beyond the aspirational and become attainable and implementable. Divided into three parts, the first analyses the notion of a universal inalienable right to health(care) from jurisprudential, anthropological, legal, and ethical perspectives. The second part considers the translation of international human rights norms into specific jurisdictional healthcare contexts. With a global perspective it includes countries with very different legal, economic, and social contexts. Finally, the third part summarises the lessons learnt and provides a pathway for future action. The book will be an invaluable resource for students, academics, and policymakers working in the areas of health law and policy, and international human rights law.
Categories: Health & Fitness