If not the case needed to see by specialists, so referring the patient to in an ENT clinic in Sur EHC is the second option. In reality what is happening is not all the patients know the existence of this system in the first place, and when they visit the clinic in the secondary health care center, they are surprised by specialist asking them to bring a referral report from the primary HC .Furthermore , a not small quantity of patients preferred to be seen by the specialist firstly .Thinking that the GP doctor had not much help or benefit to give
Furthermore, failure to motivate or reward nurses for critiquing research evidence and applying it in clinical practice makes it hard to cultivate a positive research climate. Lacking of a spirit of intellectual curiosity an openness also causes an unenthusiastic atmosphere in adopting EBP. Research-related barriers mainly focus on the availability and the applicability of the research evidence into clinical practice. Methodological errors can adversely affect the research evidence 's validity and trustworthiness. The presence of conflicting and inconclusive findings makes the nurses uncertain about whether to integrate the research findings into practice.
Medical staff, mainly the doctors and nurses tends to be very adverse to new technologies, especially those who are older, because they don’t usually understand the benefits that can be reaped out of technology . Hence it is important to first verify the acceptance of healthcare professionals and check on the readiness of doctors to engage themselves with any of the applications of IoHT such as remote clinical
However, according to Buppert’s piece, “If a state requires that a nurse practitioner have a collaborative relationship with a physician in order to practice, that collaborative relationship does not usually extend to cover evaluations and treatments performed by the nurse practitioner outside the practice setting” (Buppert; pg 1). In other words, the action of prescribing medication to a family member is seen as unethical. It goes beyond the restriction a collaborative relationship because the physician is not always aware of the prescriptions processed for APRN’s family members. These relationships can be seen as a good thing because they create a system of checks and balances between healthcare professionals and patients. Moral principles are important in the medical field in order to keep the emotions of healthcare professionals from clouding their judgement.
Traditionally, the doctors used to communicate with others in person to discuss about the medical results. Since from the past, the way of communication has significantly changed for the better, but it is still not good enough compared to the universal standard. The doctors still manage and maintain medical records by using natural language and delivering the medical reports in a paper-based form. Due to the big amount of people who need to receive healthcare services, these traditional methods can lead to dissatisfaction of patients because they have to wait for their medical results for so
Some doctors are not fulfilling their own roles nowadays, they are not treating patients if they found the conditions are complicated and take long time of following up, they will rather referring to specialists than treating it themselves, this will increase the burden on the specialists service. Therefore, the role of primary doctors should be gatekeeping instead of adding burden to other health service system Apart from the above-mentioned, primary care doctors can direct patients to the best place for their treatment. If primary care doctors decide patients should be referred to specialists, they should also take into account
2013 thought DTC prescription drug ads weakened doctor-patient relationships. convinced that an advertised drug will solve their problems often mistrust a doctor’s advice if the doctor suggests an alternate solution. Another, some patients are convinced that an advertised drug will solve their problems. “It’s not the drugs that make a drug addict, it’s the need to escape reality.” 25% of patients responded with that they
According to Whitehead (2007), a barrier to physician collaboration is the vision of a ‘flattened hierarchy’ where a physician’s traditional power, decision-making responsibility, and status is reduced. Although these traditional beliefs may still be held among not only physicians but also the public, IPE and IPC allow for the potential of “better communication and development of relationships between health care professions that can be valuable even within a hierarchical system” (Whitehead, 2007, p.
When patient 's health data are shared or linked without the patients ' knowledge, autonomy is jeopardized. The patient may conceal information due to lack of confidence in the security of the system having their data. As a consequence, their treatment may be compromised. There is the risk of revelation of thousands of patients ' health data through mistakes or theft. Leaders, health personnel and policy makers should discuss the ethical implications of EHRs and formulate policies in this regard.
Pharmacists have conflicting ideas toward this concept. Some support it, as they believe it is one of their responsibilities, and will increase their role and appreciation in society. Others doubt its applicability, considering their lack of clinical knowledge. Some of them even believe that pharmaceutical care should be provided exclusively through doctors and nurses