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The new German Digital Reimbursement Act (DVG): The most important opportunity for digital solutions (globally)? Har passerat

Onsdag 26 augusti 2020 13:40 - 14:20 Utblick - Policy

Föreläsare: Jan Brönneke, Mattias Kyhlstedt

With the new legislation for national reimbursement of digital solutions, Germany has become the single largest market opportunity for reimbursed digital solutions. With one national decision, it will be possible to establish national reimbursement for your digital solution! The key criteria for the scope of reimbursable products are: - Medical device class I or IIa under the new MDR (with transitional rules) - Main function relies on digital technologies - Untended use is centered around the patient, possible to include the doctor Agenda Description of formal the pathway for the DIGA From what is known about the legislation today, there is limited methodological framework in place to support the decision-maker on how to assess and reimburse the most relevant solutions. The new pathway creates valuable opportunity, however, the development of an appropriate methodological framework is crucial for society as well as for those companies who have solutions with a relevant value in the healthcare system, to prevent solutions with little or no value from entering the system. It is intriguing that until the final decision about reimbursement is made (Coverage with Evidence Development), there is an initial period where evidence can be generated while being reimbursed in the statutory healthcare system. Generally, the use of digital solutions involves multiple evaluation approaches, since they have different modes of actions.






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Jan Brönneke Föreläsare

Jan Brönneke (Director Law & Economics Health Technologies at Health Innovation Hub, Germany) - After interdisciplinary studies of economics (LL.B.) and social law (LL.M.) at the University of Kassel with positions at the Linköpings and the Koç University (Sweden / Turkey), Jan Brönneke decided for further research in the law of SHI. Here he dealt mainly with the CRC 597 with the method evaluation by the G-BA. This was followed by a station as a speaker at the G-BA; In search of new perspectives he came to the interdisciplinary health consultancy Dierks + Company as Legal Manager. Expertise, drive and solution search led him now to the interface perspective of hih

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Mattias Kyhlstedt Föreläsare

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CEO Market access and real world evidence.