"Provision of medical care in rural areas with digitalisation potential – this idea of the" medicine for thought "project project has inspired us as well as people in the North Rhine-Westphalia, Rhine-Palatinate and Hesse Triangle," the letter says. "After reviewing the design project by Wissenschaftsrat, we are reaching out to you. The scientific review and criticism expressed in this context must, of course, be accepted. It is now important to draw the right conclusions from this in order for the project to be successfully implemented in the region. "
The three municipal administrations emphasize the vision of the project model, which is of the utmost importance given the already extremely tense primary medical situation in the region. "With 60 primary care doctors per 100,000 inhabitants, the Westfalen-Lippe KV region is in last place in the NRW. According to the Westphalia-Lippe Mandatory Health Insurance Association's forecast, 2030 will be missing by the year 2030," the letter reads .
"Accordingly, the joint model model of the University of Siegen and Bonn, the Erasmus Rotterdam Medical Center and the Siegen Clinic offers high hopes for citizens," the signatories said. The "rethinking drug" for people in the three-border region means the concrete prospect of being medically nourished even in old age or with health restrictions in their hometowns – "practiced by humans and thanks to digital aids without long distances or long waiting times."
"Already after a short project phase of almost a year and a half, the project model in our region is facing an extremely positive response," say Müller, Beckehoff and Enders. Demolition would be a devastating message that would do great harm in all party lines. "The Scientific Council also emphasizes in its report that it is addressing the 'high topic of the topic' in spite of demographic changes and praising the underlying idea," the drug review "says the three.
Your complaint: "Therefore, please, in the interest of the counties and the people you represent, continue to support the" Medicine Review "project model and follow them on the path to successful implementation."