Dresden (dpa/sn) - The Saxon State Chamber of Pharmacists and State Chamber of Physicians advocate the introduction of an anonymous Saxon treatment certificate. This means that regulated medical and pharmaceutical care can be achieved for people without health insurance, both chambers announced on Monday in Dresden.
The corona pandemic has shown how dangerous it can be not only for individuals but for society as a whole if diseases are not recognized and treated in good time, it said. Care for people without health insurance financed exclusively by donations has financial, technical and time limits. "Our common goal must therefore be to integrate people without health insurance into the regular care system as quickly as possible," said the respective presidents of the two chambers.