Spezialisierte ambulante Palliativversorgung für Krankenversicherte Finanzierung Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.
As a legally insured person, you are entitled to specialised outpatient palliative care (SAPV). The service includes medical and nursing services including their coordination - especially for pain therapy and symptom control. The aim is to enable care to be provided in the familiar surroundings of the home or family. This also includes, for example, facilities providing integration assistance for people with disabilities, child and youth welfare services and nursing facilities. The special needs of children and adolescents must be taken into account. SAPV is a team service in which different professional groups work together: Doctors, nursing staff and cooperation partners. Included are - yes according to individual needs Consultation Coordination of care, supportive partial care or complete care If you have been admitted to an inpatient hospice, you will receive the medical care required within the framework of SAPV as a partial benefit.
a non-curable, progressive and far advanced disease. the life expectancy is limited and particularly complex care is required. The service must be prescribed by a panel doctor or a hospital doctor.
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