Coordinated care not only makes for the best possible care pathway. It also encourages professional communication between doctors.
Optimising care, including for special patient populations such as the chronically ill, produces cost savings which we pass on to those we insure in the form of premium reductions.
Do you have any questions about Multimed? Then please get in touch.
In the family doctor model, insured persons choose their own personal family doctor.
The list of CSS-recognised family doctors mainly features primary care providers. These include general internists, general practitioners, paediatricians and specialists in adolescent medicine. The list is updated continually.
Do you have any questions about the GP list? Then please get in touch.
Frequently asked questions
SASIS will pass on your details to us once you have an active registration number with SASIS AG and if you mainly act as a primary care provider. This includes general internists, general practitioners, paediatricians and specialists in adolescent medicine. We then store your information in our system.
Please note that institutions such as nursing homes, clinics or hospitals cannot be listed on the GP list. It requires a separate SASIS ZSR number or that of a group practice.
Changes of address should be reported to SASIS AG. We will then be notified of the change and will amend our records accordingly.
Please use the contact form and also state the reason you are giving up your practice, as well as the name of any successor.
If you would like information about being included as a family doctor under the Multimed product or have general questions about Multimed, get in touch with us using the contact form.
Second opinion doctor
Advances in medicine also make it more complex. As a result, treatment goals are being reached via an ever-greater number of pathways. A second opinion helps patients reach a decision by showing them possible treatment alternatives. CSS takes on a coordinating role here, offering its clients a simple means of getting a qualified second opinion. Thanks to digitised processes, the doctor giving the second opinion can read through all the medical notes quickly, easily and without incurring any costs. Data stays protected at all times.