Recent marketplace changes in Germany have affected Statutory Health Insurance Carriers and Service Providers alike, and both parties will need to adjust accordingly. The result will be a more dynamic, balanced relationship between the two. This means that all Service Providers will need to look beyond prescribers, learn to view Insurance Companies through a customer service lens, and strive to anticipate and respond to the evolving needs of Germany's Statutory Health Insurance Companies. Consulting Services by Thomas Bade offer a wide range of benchmarking strategies that keep pace with the rapid changes in todays business world.

Reimbursement | 

Services include a reimbursement plan and submission of documents to the Federal Association of Statutory Insurances for application.

Sustainable Care Management | 

Adequately addressing Insurance Carriers' needs will require Service Providers to develop a strategy that aligns with their different business objectives.

AAL-Technologies | 

The use of AAL-Technologies for health and social care is playing an increasingly important role in the context of the demographic changes in Germany. Given current political developments, the use of AAL in home care are both a social necessity and an economic opportunity.

Objectives | 

Health insurance carriers and policymakers are striving to build and manage healthcare systems that can accommodate delivery of coordinated care services, either through macro-level healthcare reform or through initiatives at organizational (meso) or physician–other care providers interaction (micro) level.

Payers Needs | 

German Statutory Health Insurance Companies are primarily seeking real value, cost management and cost containment to help them deal with the evolving health care problems.