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Electronic medical data cards (eGK)

The electronic medical data card (eGK) has been used by those covered by statutory health insurance to access services offered by the health system since 2015. It stores personal profile data such as name, address or information about the health insurance provider. But the eGK can store more than just personal profile data. This topic area provides information on additional features of the eGK.

The electronic medical data card (eGK)

The electronic medical data card (eGK) can be used as proof of statutory health insurance cover for medical treatment. It also serves a number of other purposes. Read on to discover what these are.

The electronic medication treatment plan (eMP)

People covered by statutory health insurance can have their medication treatment plan stored on their electronic medical data card. This helps them take medication correctly and avoid interactions.

The emergency data record (NFD)

On request, people covered by statutory health insurance can have emergency data stored on their electronic medical data card. Discover what data this is and how to create an emergency data record.