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Social Code (SGB) - Eleventh Book (XI) - Social long-term care insurance (Article 1 of the law of May 26, 1994, Federal Law Gazette I p. 1014)
§ 89 principles for the remuneration regulation

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(1) The remuneration of outpatient home care assistance services is agreed between the care provider and the service providers in accordance with paragraph 2 for all persons in need of care according to uniform principles, unless the fee schedule according to § 90 applies. It must be performance-based. The remuneration must enable a care service with economic management to finance its expenses and to fulfill its supply mandate, taking into account an appropriate remuneration of their entrepreneurial risk. The payment of salaries up to the amount of collectively agreed remuneration as well as corresponding remuneration according to church labor law regulations cannot be rejected as uneconomical. An objective reason is required for any further payment. A differentiation in the remuneration according to cost bearers is not permitted.
(2) Contracting parties to the remuneration agreement are the providers of the care service and
1.
the long-term care insurance funds or other social insurance carriers,
2.
the social welfare institutions responsible for those in need of care cared for by the care service, as well as
3.
the working groups of the agencies named under numbers 1 and 2,
insofar as more than 5 percent of the persons in need of care cared for by the care service are accounted for by the respective cost bearer or the working group in the year before the start of the remuneration negotiations. The remuneration agreement must be concluded separately for each nursing service and applies to the catchment area agreed in accordance with Section 72 Paragraph 3 Clause 3, unless otherwise expressly agreed.
(3) The remuneration can, depending on the type and scope of the care service, be calculated according to the time required for this or, regardless of the time required, according to the service content of the respective care assignment, according to complex services or, in exceptional cases, also according to individual services; Other services such as household care, visits to the authorities or travel costs can also be reimbursed with flat rates. The remuneration must take into account that services can be accessed and used by several people in need of care together; The time and cost savings resulting from the joint use of services benefit those in need of care. When agreeing the remuneration, the principles for the remuneration of longer commuting times, especially in rural areas, which are to be provided for in the framework recommendations according to Section 132a (1) sentence 4 number 5 of the fifth book, must be taken into account. Section 84 paragraph 4 sentence 2 and paragraph 7, Section 85 paragraph 3 to 7 and Section 86 apply accordingly.