Objectives: Studies assessing the quality of the German health-care system in an international comparison come to different results. Therefore, this review aims to investigate how the German health-care system is evaluated in comparison to other health-care systems by reviewing international publications. Results show starting points for ways to improve the German health-care system, to maintain and expand its strengths as well as to derive strategies for solving identified problems.
Search requests were addressed to English or German language publications for the time period — an informal search was conducted in October for an update.
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Results of the identified studies were aggregated and main statements derived. Results: In total, 13 publications assessing the German health-care system in an international comparison were identified. These comparisons are based on measures. After aggregation, substantially different indicators remained, which were dedicated to 14 categories.
It became apparent that the German health-care system can be characterised by a high level of expenses, a well-developed health-care infrastructure as well as a high availability of personal and material resources.
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Outcome measures demonstrate heterogeneous results. It can be stated that, particularly in this field, there is potential for further improvement. The utilisation of health-care services is high, the access is mostly not regulated and out of pocket payments can pose a barrier for patients. Waiting times are not regarded as a major weakness.
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Work is ongoing in Austria to implement the " Survivorship Passport " on a larger scale. In work continued on the issue of communicating and archiving of biosignals. Here are some hints on that:. Biosignals were discussed in the "Implementers" stream, look for the topic "Biosignals", registration necessary. The mission of the group is to coordinate and facilitate the integration of health care devices to ensure interoperability and harmonization of data within healthcare entities by:.
This is one possible direction. It remains to be seen if this is will reach consensus with the other initiatives listed here.
Survivorship Passport Work is ongoing in Austria to implement the " Survivorship Passport " on a larger scale. Biosignals In work continued on the issue of communicating and archiving of biosignals. The mission of the group is to coordinate and facilitate the integration of health care devices to ensure interoperability and harmonization of data within healthcare entities by: Establishing standardized version 2.