Geschäftsführer | Zentralinstitut für die kassenärztliche Versorgung in Deutschland (Zi)
Dominik von Stillfried is presently managing director of Zi, the central research institution for ambulatory health care in Germany. Zi is a charitable foundation supported by the 17 Regional Associations of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians (KVs) in Germany and the Federal Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians (KBV) who are responsible for equitable access to ambulatory care for 72 million statutorily insured Germans and for the certification of office-based physicians, certificate-need planning, collective bargaining with third party payers, claims processing, quality management for roughly 140.000 physicians and psychological psychotherapists in Germany. Zi collects pseudonymised prescription drug data and claims data from all 17 regions in Germany for purposes of health services research.
Dominik has held his present position since 2008. Prior to this he had been head of the Health Policy and Research Division at KBV for ten years, where he had been responsible for the development and introduction of nationwide disease-management programs and of a health risk adjusted physician payment scheme in Germany. Before joining KBV Dominik had been working for statutory health insurance organizations where his responsibilities included the introduction of a series of managed care projects.
Dominik has been trained as a health economist at the Universities of Bayreuth (Germany) and York (UK). He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Bayreuth which was jointly supervised by Prof. Peter Oberender (Bayreuth) and Michael Arnold (Tuebingen) while Dominik was a research fellow at the medical faculty at the University of Tuebingen (Germany).
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