Germany's population is aging fast; a fact that has allowed a booming market for health care and nursing services to emerge in recent years. Due to a shortage of skilled German careworkers, the country increasingly depends on nursing staff from Eastern Europe, both for … [Read more...] about German care billing scam linked to Russian organized crime
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Germany's Bundestag, or federal parliament, passed its budget resolution for calendar year 2017 on Friday in Berlin - the last one before national elections in early autumn of next year. The government projects federal spending of 329.1 billion euros ($349 billion). That's an … [Read more...] about German federal budget goes up for 2017
Ahead of his semifinal clash with Tomas Berdych on Friday, Federer told reporters at Wimbledon about the day in Paris when his injuries finally got the better of him at grand slam time. "My knee is swollen," the 35-year-old said to his fitness trainer. "I don't … [Read more...] about The renaissance of Roger Federer – and the lessons for Murray and Djokovic
SPD Gerhard Schröder's party wants to turn health insurance into "citizens' insurance." That would mean that every insurance company – whether private or state-run – would be required to insure every citizen regardless of risk. There would be no distinction … [Read more...] about Health Care
Germany has one of the best health care systems in the world, but experts have said for years that it won't stay that way unless it is substantially reformed. The system faces a massive budget shortfall, largely due to a financing structure that no longer works in today's Germany … [Read more...] about German Health Care Reform: Mission Impossible?