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UEHP News OCTOBER 2013


EUPOPEAN ECONOMY
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The Second Economic Adjustment Programme for Greece- Second Review – May 2013


Health Professional Mobility in a Changing Europe
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Διασυνοριακη περιθαλψη ασθενων - Νεα Ευρωπαικη οδηγια

Dear UEHP members,

This is to inform you that the European Commission has just published new cross-border rules on exchange of patients and medical staff. The new guidelines on EU emergency assistance for cross-border cooperation in health care suggest that member countries share hospital beds and medical staff when possible.

The Commission said that the coronavirus pandemic had “already placed great stress on healthcare systems,” and that “exceptional emergency situations” warrant “a more coordinated approach” on cross-border health care. The Commission suggested that member countries therefore “make full use” of existing national health structures “to assist patients in need of critical care.” Examples could include offering available hospital beds across borders. Some member countries, including Germany and Luxembourg, have already taken in patients from hard-hit France and Italy.

The Commission also called on national health authorities to help health professionals “share expertise and skills working hand in hand … across borders.”

As for covering costs, the Commission suggested that national authorities issue a general prior authorization “to ensure the coverage of all the expenses incurred by the hosting healthcare provider.”

The Commission also said it is “committed to assisting” the coordination of requests and offers regarding intensive care places through its Health Security Committee and the bloc’s Early Warning and Response System. In addition, it will use the EU Civil Protection Mechanism to co-finance the emergency transport of patients.

The full text of the new guidelines is available here:
https://ec.europa.eu/info/sites/info/files/guidelines_on_eu_
emergency_assistance_in_cross-bordercooperationin_
heathcare_related_to_the_covid-19_crisis.pdf

Best regards,

Ilaria

Ilaria Giannico

 

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