German GPs (General Practitioners) cannot claim for practice fee costs, says court
This article was originally published in Clinica
Germany's doctors do not have the right to claim for interim administration costs that have arisen as the result of the recently introduced "practice fee", the Berlin social court ruled yesterday.
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