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What is the common self-administration of doctors, health insurance companies and hospitals?

The common self-administration of health insurances, doctors and hospitals differs from social self-administration. Its supreme body is the Joint Federal Committee (GBA) founded in early 2004 as part of the Health Modernization Act (GMG).

The GBA has 13 voting members. It consists of an impartial chairman and two other impartial members and, on the part of the service providers, two representatives each from the German Hospital Society (DKG) and the National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians (KBV) and one representative from the National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Dentists (KZBV). On the health insurance side, there are five representatives named by the National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Funds. The patient representatives in the GBA have a right of opinion and a right to be heard.

All decisions are made in this line-up. The referees usually work full-time. You also chair the sub-committees. There the resolutions of the GBA are prepared.

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