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Ben RHM II - LZG.NRW

Ben RHM II - LZG.NRW

Benchmarking Regional Health Management II (Ben RHM II) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 5.1.5.2 Saxony-Anhalt 16 Which institutions/organisations are mainly responsible for the health care system at the national, regional and local level? National responsibility for all health-related matters (legislation, health policy) lies with the German Federal Ministry of Health, whereas the corresponding state ministries are responsible for all health issues at state level and the Lower Health Authorities (health departments) at the local level. In Saxony-Anhalt, the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs (MS) is responsible for all matters pertaining to health. Important instruments for the steering and development of health policy are the State Health Conference where concrete health targets are fixed for a defined period of time and in which all health care actors are involved. At the first State Health Conference in 1998, health targets were for example formulated for Saxony-Anhalt, in 2005 the balance was drawn and adjustments made by moving the focus of interest on the development of healthy ways of behaviour and on the creation of health-promoting environments. The health target “Acchieving a proper immunisation status in more than 90% of the population” has for example been pursued since 1998. Which institutions/organisations play a role in the immunisation system? Germany has no national immunisation plan, but immunisation recommendations. These are updated every year by the Standing Committee on Vaccination at the Robert-Koch-Institute (STIKO). The immunisation recommendations distinguish between standard immunisations and other non-standard immunisations (for occupational indications, travelling etc). The STIKO recommendations are in general adopted by the individual German states but can also be modified or extended. Saxony-Anhalt adopts the STIKO recommendations without modifications. Presently, measles immunisation is recommended for the first dose to be given between months 11-14, the second dose no sooner than 4 weeks later, and the complete measles immunisation should be finished with month 24. To implement the health target “Achieving a proper immunisation status in more than 90% of the population,” an “immunisation” working group was established. In this working group, all institutions and associations dealing with immunisation are represented. In agree- 16 Author: Dr Hanna Oppermann, LAV (Saxony-Anhalt Federal State Office for Consumer Protection, Magdeburg, 29.05.2007). - 78 -

Benchmarking Regional Health Management II (Ben RHM II) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ment with this working group, the health ministry initiates target group-specific pilot projects for the targets groups of children and young people, employees or elderly people. All compa- nies, institutions, associations etc. in Saxony-Anhalt may provide a contribution by running an immunisation pilot project. Information on immunisation activities Parents/patients are in most cases informed by their paediatrician/family doctor about upcoming immunisation events, their benefits and possible side effects. The patient may however also contact the Lower Health Authorities for consultation and advice. Doctors may turn to the Chambers of Physicians for further information and training and may obtain a corresponding certificate. Implementation of immunisation activities Immunisations are not mandatory but administered on a voluntary basis which, in the case of child immunisations, require the consent of their legal guardians. Immunisations are in general carried out by practice-based paediatricians or family doctors. All immunisations given are recorded in an immunisation certificate which is kept by the parents. Doctors practices also capture immunisation data in an electronic or paperised form. Immunisations of children up to their 7 th year of life must be reported by name rather than by code. (Task conferred upon local bodies by the government in accordance with the 1997 health service act of the state of Saxony-Anhalt). Parents must give their written consent. The data (name and first name of the person immunised, date of birth, address, type and date of immunisation) are reported by the doctor who administers the immunisation to the health department where an immunisation registry is kept. If required, health departments can remind parents of immunisation gaps. Financing of immunisations The costs for financing standard immunisations are borne by the health insurance companies; each health insurance company decides by itself if the new or modified recommendation for immunisation should be included in its catalogue of benefits. The costs for the vaccine and for administering the immunisation dose to patients insured by the statutory health insurance funds are directly reimbursed to doctors by the health insurance funds. Health departments may offer free immunisation. They do so at their own discretion. - 79 -

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