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The Swedish Association of Statutory Health Insurance Dentists

Berlin (ots)

To specifically dental practitioner on Introduction of the electronic prescription (e-prescription) to prepare, have The Swedish Association of Statutory Health Insurance Dentists (KZBV) a new information film produced, which focuses on the specific needs of the profession. In just under three minutes, the clip explains the basics, requirements and general terms and conditions of the digital application e-prescription in a clear and easy-to-understand way. In addition, it illustrates concrete application scenarios and benefits in the dental context.

Background: The e-recipe

Dental clinics can already now try the e-prescription as part of the extended test phase and gain initial experience – and many are actively involved. The test phase is successfully completed when the previously agreed quality criteria, in particular at least 30,000 invoiced e-prescriptions, have been met. Then the e-prescription comes – according to the legislator’s wishes – in a gradual rollout as a mandatory application in the supply and replaces the conventional model 16 form for all pharmacy medicines that are prescribed at the expense of the statutory health insurance (SHI).

The prescription is stored in encrypted form in a central service of the telematics infrastructure (TI) after the prescription data has been compiled in the practice management system and signed with the e-dentist card. The access is controlled by a so-called “(access) token” which is generated together with the e-recipe. Patients can choose whether they want to manage their e-prescriptions via smartphone in the e-prescription app or get the redemption information (“token”) in practice as a printout.

Background: Information material from KZBV about TI

In addition to several explanatory films about TI, KZBV has a number free guides, flyers and brochures was launched to make it easier for dental clinics and patients to manage Germany’s largest health network. These include – next to one E-prescription guide the publications The Electronic Patient Record (ePA): Guidelines for Use in the Dental Clinic “, “Telematics infrastructure – an overview”, “Electronic Medication Plan / Drug Therapy Safety Review (eMP / AMTS)”, “Emergency Data Management (NFDM)” and a Intelligence service guide Kim (communication in medicine).

There is also information on the subject Video consultations, video case conferences and teleconsultants, comfort signature, electronic patient record as Data protection and data security available. All publications are available as PDF files on KZBV’s website.

Press contact:

Kai Fortelka
Phone: 030 28 01 79 27

Original content from: National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Dentists, uploaded by news current


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