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Krüger, M. (2020): Juristische Risiken von Fernbehandlungen. In: Aktuelle Dermatologie, Vol. 46, No. 11: pp. 469-474

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This paper treats the easing of the remote treatment ban in medical professional law that took place in May 2018. Of course, this can only be a (cursory) overview, which does not exempt you from having to seek further legal advice from legally competent persons or institutions in individual cases. In addition, it should be noted that chamber-specific features must be left out in the following considerations. They are based on the assumption that the professional regulations of the competent (state) medical association binding for the specific doctor as far as remote treatment is concerned, are based either on the wording or at least in substance on the model professional regulations. The focus of the considerations, in turn, is on liability law aspects, which physicians (dermatologists) may be more concerned with than boring billing questions, which of course should not be completely lost of sight in remote treatment, if one wants to settle them.

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