German doctors demand rebate for unpaid fees
This article was originally published in Clinica
Dr Manfred Richter-Reichhelm, principal chairman of the association of Germany's statutory health physicians (KBV), has demanded compensation for the DM107.8 million ($50 million) which the statutory health insurance funds failed to pay in doctors' fees last year.
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