There are strict visa regulations in Germany. Special visas are needed for the citizens of most countries, as laid down in the German and Schengen Regulations, to come to Germany even if it’s for medical reasons.
DRG stands for Diagnostics Related Groups; this system which commenced on January 1, 2004 was introduced by the German government as a general pricing system for medical treatment to ensure uniformity in medical service costs in Germany. The DRG is currently obligatory for almost all the acute care hospitals in Germany.
German Hospitals are famous for the high benchmarks they set in the field of medical care. The highlights of the German medical system are that, they have the most qualified physicians who are allowed to practise as specialists in their respective fields only after long and intensive training, nursing that is professional and devoted to the patients’ care and the most modern medical equipment available right there in the country where it is invented.