Re: Did you know...the term Health Care Provider came from Nazi Germany?


VĂ©ronique Chaudanson
 

What I know is that Bismarck's model of health insurance was the first introduced in Germany. In the 1880's. (https://pphr.princeton.edu/2017/12/02/unhealthy-health-care-a-cursory-overview-of-major-health-care-systems/)

As Nazis didn't usually speak English, what is the German term for "health care provider" which is supposed to have been introduced by the Nazis? There are indeed, very unfortunately, Nazi terms that haven't been wiped from the German language after the war, but several German translations come to my mind for "health care provider". The article claiming the Nazi link doesn't even mention once the German word supposed to be the basis of this affirmation. Did you find it somewhere else?

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