Following links shall provide helpful resources to PROSIT project contributors. You are free to add own recommendations.
Data Sources of the German Healthcare System
- The German Information System of the Federal Health Monitoring
- German doctor’s fee scale for the statutory health care system(Einheitlicher Bewertungsmaßstab EBM)
- German doctor’s fee scale for the private sector (Gebührenordnung für Ärzte GOÄ).
- Lauer Taxe - German drug price tables
- Red List drug table Germany
- DIMDI - German Institute of Medical Documentation and Information
- Daily Drug Doses Lists for the German market as Excel-File from the WIDO Institute (official list, see also DIMDI)
- Statistics from the Federal Office of Statistics in Germany
- Regional Statistical Data Catalog of the Federal Statistical Office and the statistical offices ot the Länder (in German only)
- Official Medical Aids List for the German Statutory Health Care System (in German only)
- Information Site on Remedies for the German Health Care Market (in German only)
- OECD Health Portal
- Public Medline
- Medical Subject Hedings Database of the PubMed - essential for creating good search terms.
- Cochrane Collaboration
- DailyMed (U.S. NLM/NIH source on package insert information)
- Drugs@FDA research resource on drugs
- ClinicalTrials.gov is a database of privately and publicly funded clinical studies conducted around the world.
- AWMF is a network of Scientific Medical Societies in Germany. The most important source for medical guidelines in Germany.
- The WHO Global Health Observatory is the entrance to global health statistics that are harmonized between an abundance of different countries.
- SIGN - Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network
- Scimago Journal and Country Ranking shows among other information how scientific journals perform
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