Revenues (cost structure - medical practitioners)
In terms of the Cost structure statistics of the Federal Statistical Office:
Revenues from self-employed medical activities is divided into revenues from outpatient and inpatient statutory insurance practice, from outpatient and inpatient private practice as well as other self-employed medical activities. The different types of revenues are reported as a percentage of the entire revenues. The revenues is a matter of gross receipts (income before deduction of administration costs of the Associations of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians (regional) and before deduction of fees for private medical clearing centres). Revenues from other self-employed medical activities are for example: revenues from occupational medical activities, from extra official hospital activities, from activities as a specialist for occupational accidents ("Durchgangsarzt"), from self-employed substitution as well as expert activities.
The Federal Health Monitoring System 7 Mar 2021