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What does SHI stand for?

SHI stands for Statutory Health Insurance

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Contract award: audit of financial statements 2012-2015 The contractor has the financial statements for the years 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 the AOK Rheinland / Hamburg (health insurance, including compensation funds after the G) and their care fund in accordance with the provisions of A* 77 para 1a SGB IV and the other for the statutory health insurance to consider legislation and to make a report.
00 Hardcover RA393 This work presents 25 patient stories and case histories offering insight on three contrasting healthcare systems: the single-payer socialized medicine model of Scandinavia; the government-legislated Statutory Health Insurance system of Germany; and the variety of public and private health care providers in the US.
com)-- The National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Funds (“GKV-Spitzenverband”), the central organization that represents the interests of the statutory health and nursing care insurance providers in Germany, has revised its online presence, both technically and visually, and opted for the FirstSpirit content management system from e-Spirit (www.
1 Structure-Conserving Cost-Containment Policy German health insurance is divided into two systems: statutory health insurance and private health insurance.
In 2003, therefore, at the 3rd Mistletoe Symposium the so-called "Nonnweiler Declaration" was issued, in which the approximately 100 scientists present announced that medically useable mistletoe preparations for parenteral administration meet the requirements for prescription and reimbursement by the statutory health insurance funds.
In 2000 the Allgemeine Ortskrankenkasse (AOK) Rheinland, a large regional German statutory health insurance company, conducted a survey among females with breast cancer to recognize deficiencies of therapy and identify specific patient's needs (Dusseldorf, 2000).
The development of a German statutory health insurance system is characterized by increasing coverage of the population and a decreasing number of insurance funds.