Norbert Mönter's research while affiliated with InnoVision Deutschland and other places

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Background Somatic comorbidities are a serious problem in patients with severe mental illnesses. These comorbidities often remain undiagnosed for a long time. In Germany, physicians are not allowed to access patients’ health insurance data and do not have routine access to documentation from other providers of health care. Against this background,...
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Zusammenfassung ! Die Versorgung von Menschen mit schizophrenen Erkrankungen weist eine Reihe von gravierenden Defiziten auf. Mit Einführung der Integrierten Versorgung sind neue Versorgungsansätze erprobt worden. Von der Einführung des neuen Vergütungssystems für die stationäre psychiatrische und psychosomatische Versorgung (PEPP) sind weitere Imp...
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Die Psychiatrie Initiative Berlin Brandenburg bietet Chancen für eine komplexe und differenzielle Therapie — auch bei arbeitsplatzassoziierten psychischen Störungen. Nun hat sie als erstes Psychiatrie-Ärztenetz die Zertifizierung nach § 87b SGB V erhalten.
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Background: The model for integrated care (IC) of those seriously mentally ill patients insured with the DAK-Gesundheit health insurance and various Betriebskrankenkassen (members of the VAG Mitte) from the regions Berlin, Brandenburg, Lower Saxony and Bremen allows a complex treatment in the outpatient setting which consists of psychiatrists, gen...

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... Similar associations were found in a study conducted in Germany. [26] General presence of comorbidities increases risk of drug interactions, but not all comorbidities are positively correlated. Hypertension and urinary tract infection have a protective attitude, while heart attack, cerebrovascular accident, dementia, rheumatic diseases, liver disease, diabetes mellitus, renal failure, dyslipidemia and respiratory infection increase the risk of pDDIs. ...
... The present study on QoL was embedded in an integrated psychiatric care (IC) programme for patients with severe mental disorders. Since 2008, this programme has been offered in several federal states within the framework of selective contracts between providers and statutory health insurance funds [58]. ...