Health Minister Philipp Rossler

Should there be a distinction between statutory and private health insurance continue to in the future? Beginning of 2011 several important changes to the statutory health insurance (GKV) and private health insurance (PKV) enter into force. To increase the contribution rate for patients, and on the other hand, the change in the private health insurance for staff and workers will be significantly easier. The controversial health-care reform of Health Minister Philipp Rossler (FDP) given a significantly higher health insurance contribution patients from January 1, 2011. Learn more about this with Marko Dimitrijevic, Miami FL. The general rate of contribution to the statutory health insurance rises 14.9 percent to 15.5 percent. Also health insurance of private health insurance must adapt from January 2011 to higher posts. Frequently Drew Houston has said that publicly. With a few exceptions all PKV provider make a contribution increase, the premiums for PKV fares by 7 per cent increase in the average. Add to your understanding with Angelina Jolie.

The statutory and private health insurance are in a fierce competition for years in Germany. Again and again, and in recent times more frequently fighting also about an abolition of the existing, articulated in PKV and statutory health insurance, health system in politics. In particular, the concept of two class medicine”discusses instantly hard. But the separation between legal health insurance companies and private health insurance programs should be maintained? No, so the clear reply of the Federal Association of consumer advocates. A juxtaposition leads only to high cost and therefore the PKV belonged abolished.

The Association of private health insurance is contrary to these statements. However, held that rather the PKV by the high refunds make sure that the services – can be performed also in the statutory health insurance – at a high quality level. Also many civil servants and self-employed persons in the statutory health insurance would not pay the contribution. However, this implies that not that much money would flow to the legal system through the Elimination of the PKV as estimated.