German doctors to set up national healthcare guidelines
This article was originally published in Clinica
Confusion and disunity amongst various healthcare providers, together will increased political interference has led the German federal doctors chamber (BAK) to begin the process of establishing a national programme for healthcare guidelines. "Due to the enormous political irritation, it is important to establish structured treatment programmes supported by unified therapy recommendations, for which necessary evidence-based consensus guidelines are not always available" said BAK president Jorg-Dietrich Hoppe.
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