Continuing Education Regulation Oral Substitution

Original Language Title: Änderung der Weiterbildungsverordnung orale Substitution

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179. Ordinance of the Federal Minister of Health, with which the Ordinance on Continuing Education and Training is changed

Pursuant to § § 10 sec. 1 Z 5, 11 Abs. 2 Z 2 and 25 Abs. 2 Z 2 des Suchtmittelgesetz, BGBl. I No.112/1997.Last modified by the Federal Law BGBl. I No 111/2010, shall be ordered:

The continuing training regulation for oral substitution, BGBl. II No 449/2006, as last amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No 487/2009, shall be amended as follows:

1. § 5 (3) reads:

" (3) According to § § 9 and 13 (2) of the eGovernment Act, the district administration authority has to examine the identity and unequivocal identification according to § § 9 and 13 (2) of the eGovernment Act, BGBl. I No 10/2004, the doctor or the doctor should immediately be included in the list of doctors who meet the qualification requirements for the implementation of the substitution treatment, and to inform the doctor or doctor of this. The date of entry into the list shall be deemed to be the beginning of the medical qualification for substitution treatment. The list shall be entered in the list:

1.

First name and surname,

2.

region-specific person identification (bPK),

3.

academic degrees or academic degrees,

4.

medical professional title (s),

5.

the place of work or place of work in which the doctor or doctor performs the substitution treatment;

6.

Type of qualification (indication and adjustment, only further treatment),

7.

Date of entry in the list and any change.

The list is to be listed on a database made available by the Federal Ministry of Health for this purpose and which is secured according to state-of-the-art, according to federal states and counties. It's not public. Access to the database referred to in paragraphs 3a and 3b may therefore only be granted via a technical interface which ensures authorised access. With the exception of the list-leading district managing authority, access to the database may be granted only for the purpose of inspection. "

2. In § 5, the following paragraphs (3a) to (3d) are inserted:

" (3a) To give access to the database:

1.

the Federal Ministry of Health

a.

the offices of the provincial governments,

b.

the main association of the Austrian social insurance institutions,

c.

the health care institutions not participating in the centralised data storage of the main association of the Austrian social insurance institutions,

d.

the Austrian Medical Association,

e.

the Austrian Pharmacists ' Chamber,

F.

the institutions made known by the Federal Ministry of Health pursuant to Section 15 of the Law on Narcotic Drugs in the Federal Law Gazprom,

g.

doctors and doctors registered in the doctors ' list,

2.

the offices of the national governments to the district administrative authorities as health authorities, in so far as they require access to the database for listing or to consult the list in the context of the performance of their tasks,

3.

the main association of the Austrian social insurance institutions and the social health insurance institutions as well as those participating in the central data storage of the main association of the Austrian social insurance institutions hospital facilities where they need to be included in the list to carry out their tasks,

4.

The Austrian Medical Association of the Medical Chambers in the Federal States,

5.

the Österreichische Apothekerkammer (Österreichische Apothekerkammer), its offices in the federal states and pharmacies.

(3b) In addition, access to the database for access to the list may also be granted:

1.

the offices of the national governments responsible for the tasks of the coordination of drugs;

2.

The Austrian Medical Association and the doctors 'chambers in the federal states are doctors and doctors registered in the doctors' list.

(3c) The persons entitled to access the list pursuant to paragraphs 3 to 3b are authorized, in individual cases, to provide information on the doctors and doctors registered in the list. The information may also be included in the list by granting the access.

(3d) The Federal Ministry of Health may use the data referred to in paragraph 3 (1), (3) and (5) for the online operation of the nationwide substitution register in accordance with § 25 (2) in conjunction with § 24b (1) Z 2 of the Suchtmittelgesetz (German Law on Narcotic Drugs). "

3. § 6 (3) second sentence reads:

"The District Administrative Authority shall maintain the registration if the relevant qualification is guaranteed by the visit of the required in-depth further training and no other reason against the maintenance is referred to."

(4) The following paragraph 10 is added to § 9:

" (10) The granting of access in accordance with § 5 (3a) Z 1 lit. g in the version of the Novelle BGBl. II No. 179/2011 will be effective for doctors and doctors registered in the medical list and for hospitals with the Federal Minister of Health in operation of the eHealth Directory Service (eHVD). "

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