The essential treatment for individuals with osteoarthritis, data and physical preparing under the idea "Better administration of patients with osteoarthritis (BOA)." The PMO has already had the chance to enroll a trait of osteoarthritis school regarding visits enlistment. At the point when national would have the capacity to screen what number of patients with osteoarthritis offered on the grounds that the treatment by osteoarthritis school consistently, they have built up a national KVÅ code for osteoarthritis school.
In 2015 there were 13531 properties of osteoarthritis school enrolled in the PMO. It is principally the general wellbeing focuses that have utilized the property and takes a gander at the utilization of the characteristic differs throughout the years on a similar gadget which is translated as the enrollment of specific substances have been attached to specific individuals who worked there. In a business exchange on osteoarthritis in April a year ago examined suitable markers of osteoarthritis care programs.
Members concurred that the correct access to osteoarthritis school was a proper marker and another pointer was the quantity of patients getting their conclusion of the physiotherapist. The new KVÅ code will be utilized and recorded in PMOs activity module. The code is GB020. The code ought to be set each time the patient has been in contact with the gadget, ideally physiotherapists/physical advisors and word related specialists with regards to organized work with BOA osteoarthritis school, that is, both the data session, preparing and checking. Specialists with particular skill can direct private business under the Act (1993: 1651) on therapeutic pay, LOL. This movement is financed by Region Skåne through the national remuneration conspire, additionally called national scale.. Compensation is paid at the rate controlled by the legislature in light of a joint premise by the Swedish Association of Local Authorities and the Swedish Medical Association. The National Tariff please allude to the Order (1994: 1121) on medicinal pay