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Healthcare Services and Prevention in the Capital Region Berlin-Brandenburg

  • Text
  • Healthcare
  • Berlin
  • Brandenburg
  • Digital
  • Prevention
  • Rehabilitation
  • Clinics

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MRI scan in Carl-Thiem-Klinikum Cottbus The MyRehab telerehabilitation system from Fraunhofer FOKUS Clinics Carl-Thiem-Klinikum Cottbus Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin Deutsches Herzzentrum Berlin Ernst von Bergmann Klinikum Helios-Kliniken Immanuel Diakonie Klinikum Frankfurt (Oder) MEDIAN Kliniken Ruppiner Kliniken Sana Kliniken Unfallkrankenhaus Berlin Vivantes Care facilities advita Pflegedienst Evangelisches Johannesstift LAFIM - Landesausschuss für Innere Mission Johanniter Kursana Residenzen ProCurand Renafan Vitanas Associations and initiatives Berliner Krankenhaus gesellschaft Gesundheit Berlin- Brandenburg Gesundheitsstadt Berlin Initiative Gesundheitswirtschaft Brandenburg Kassenärztliche Vereinigung Berlin Kassenärztliche Vereinigung Brandenburg Landesgesundheitskonferenz Landeskrankenhausgesellschaft Brandenburg Verband privater Kliniken und Pflegeeinrichtungen Berlin-Brandenburg Excellent care structures Berlin-Brandenburg has a high-performance healthcare landscape characterized by over 130 clinics, 70 rehabilitation centers, around 770 stationary nursing homes and approx. 9,500 doctors. The healthcare services range from basic medical care to high-end medicine, and from prevention to rehabilitation. The region is very heterogeneous, which is why it mirrors all the themes of Germany‘s healthcare landscape. These include sustainably safeguarding healthcare in remote rural regions, providing a sufficient number of healthcare alternatives for the growing number of elderly people and the needs-based distribution of healthcare alternatives in the metropolitan environment. Against this background, new healthcare concepts and tools such as innovative, cross-sectoral healthcare models, the use of telemedicine and ambient assisted living are becoming more and more important. The Berlin-Brandenburg region is developing into a pioneer in these areas. »From world-class medicine and rehabilitation to care at all levels, the Berlin-Brandenburg healthcare region offers a top quality healthcare chain. As a result of the differences between the city and the rural region, Berlin–Brandenburg is particularly well suited for the development and testing of new approaches and innovations in cross-sectoral healthcare services.« Dr. Jens Schick Member of the Executive Board Sana Kliniken AG »Occupational healthcare management is becoming more and more important. It not only safeguards the health of employees and keeps them performing at top capacity, but is also a competitive edge in the search for skilled specialists. In the capital region, many companies – even small and medium-sized ones – are now aware of this challenge.« Prof. Antje Ducki Beuth Hochschule für Technik Berlin University of Applied Sciences New forms of prevention Modern healthcare aims to avoid illness and disease whenever possible. The region tackles the entire spectrum when it comes to prevention. Its special focus is on occupational health promotion and prevention. Employers, unions, science and the health insurance companies cooperate closely in this area. Many digital economy start-ups support this trend, providing new solutions for digital prevention based on apps and gamification approaches. Highly qualified specialists The capital region features the highest concentration of universities and research facilities in the entire country. The skilled specialists of the future receive training for jobs in the healthcare industries in Berlin-Brandenburg’s approx.190 healthcare-related degree programs and the more than 60 jobs that require special training. The capital region is also known for having the highest share of highly qualified employees per capita in Germany. However, the region must also adapt the training content and forms to the future needs of the sector to compensate for the impending

Over 130 clinics with approx. 35,000 beds Around 9,500 doctors A total of 70 rehabilitation centers 770 nursing homes 1,200 ambulatory care services Location of top-level health insurance industry associations The region offers many vocational education programs lack of skilled specialists. This means ongoing, sector-specific skilled specialist monitoring, the restructuring of job profiles, companyrelated safeguarding of skilled specialists, the systematic promotion of healthcare-related training courses among high school students and youths, and organizing the first job and career fair to be targeted to the healthcare industries: „Gesundheit als Beruf“ (Your Job in Healthcare). Health IT With its well-developed IT, life sciences and clinic infrastructure, the capital region offers excellent conditions for developing and applying digital processes and products. Around 100 companies in the region, including clinics, research institutions and telemedical centers, are already developing products and services in the medical-care-related computer sciences and telemedicine. The technical opportunities of Health IT are the foundation for modern medical care, due in particular to their ability to bridge geographical distances in rural areas. Mobile applications for health and fitness are also a segment with a strong growth trend. Health apps have a 15% share of the overall »From my viewpoint, Berlin is not only the digital capital, but it is also on the way to becoming the ›European digital health capital.‹« Dr. Markus Müschenich Managing Partner and Founder Flying Health – die Startup Manufaktur »With its around 1.75 million customers and approx. 5,000 employees, AOK Nordost is the largest health insurance company and one of the largest employers in the region. Our top priority is safeguarding and improving the population‘s healthcare services. We have outstanding partners from science and business for a number of innovative projects here.« Frank Michalak Chairman of the Board AOK Nordost app market, and are a focal area of the startup scene in the capital region – also known for its dynamic growth. Health policy center When it comes to healthcare policy, Berlin- Brandenburg is Germany‘s decision making center – parliament, the federal government, state representations, embassies and toplevel associations all work here and make strategic decisions for the entire country’s healthcare future. The German healthcare system‘s framework conditions are defined in Berlin. This environment invites companies, special-interest groups, capital region offices, etc. to actively contribute to the healthcare system. Healthcare research Alice Salomon Hochschule Berlin School of Public Health Beuth Hochschule Centrum für Human- und Gesundheitswissenschaften der Charité Centrum für Sportwissenschaft und Sportmedizin Berlin (CSSB) DIfE – Deutsches Institut für Ernährungsforschung IGES Institut Innovationszentrum Technologien für Gesundheit und Ernährung IGE Institut für Sozial medizin, Epidemiologie und Gesundheitsökonomie der Charité TU Berlin Uni Potsdam, Institut für Ernährungswissenschaft Rehabilitation Asklepios Fachklinikum Brandenburg FocusReha Fontana-Klinik Bad Liebenwerda Medical Park Berlin Humboldtmühle Reha Vita RZP Rehazentrum Potsdam Vitalis Brandenburg Digital Health I E-Health Caterna Clinpath Emperra Goderma Health 2.0 NeuroNation machtfit medexo medlanes Welldoo

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