Saxony: KV considers the Corona test regulation to be a "monster"

Dresden (dpa/sn) - From the point of view of the Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians in Saxony (KV), the new corona test regulation is a "monster of bureaucracy" and far from being practical.

Saxony: KV considers the Corona test regulation to be a "monster"

Dresden (dpa/sn) - From the point of view of the Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians in Saxony (KV), the new corona test regulation is a "monster of bureaucracy" and far from being practical. With the test regulation that came into force on June 30th, the resident doctors and their practice employees are being robbed of valuable time for the actual work on the patient, the KV announced on Friday.

In order to check a patient's eligibility for a so-called 3-euro test, outpatient doctors and their practice teams would have to invest a lot of time and effort in monitoring this government measure. This included checking concert tickets, photo IDs or the Corona-Warn-App or checking self-disclosure when visiting people over 60 years of age. This produces additional and unnecessary bureaucracy in practice due to new paper filing, setting up a separate cash register, answering questions from insecure patients and the subsequent cumbersome administrative processes.

"This is far more than another impertinence for our resident doctors; valuable medical time for the care of patients is simply stolen here," emphasized Klaus Heckemann, CEO of KV Sachsen. Since the testing of symptom-free patients is not an original task of the contract physicians, the members are recommended to consider very carefully whether they would like to participate in this.

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