Health care system and services may vary from one country to another, given the health care policies of that certain state. In highly industrialized countries, health care system has been advance and the amount of services to its people is highly recognized. Health care is a very important factor to determine the physical and mental well-being of the people, that is why it is also highly recognized as a great contributor to a country’s economy. Health care services offered whether by public or private sectors are those services such as the diagnosis, prevention of the diseases, the treatment of illnesses, injuries and other health impairment of the people around the world. People do not want to get ill, however all got sick once in a while in their lives.
Values, in general, are principals or standard of behavior we have learned from our culture, society, and family. Values in the human services career are essentials because those are the criteria that the human services professionals used to assist clients in making more productive choices. The five commonly accepted human service values that are the foundation of the human service professionals and are used on a daily basis are acceptance, tolerance, individuality, self-determination, and confidentiality. Acceptance is the ability of the human services professional to be receptive towards all clients without judging them based on their wardrobes, their living conditions or behaviors. When human services are more receiving towards the client,
Human service professional are in every type of organization and community. Human service professional organizations provide codes of ethical responsibilities that each worker is urged to follow. Human service professional must “respect the privacy of the patient, collect only the information needed to provide the client with service, and the Human service professional should avoid intrusive actions”(Pasztor.2015) standards include respecting one’s culture and beliefs and for the relationships that matters most in the client’s life. Codes standards of Ethical responsibilities require human service professional to respect the imbalance of power in the patient client relationship and avoid any improper relationships with the patient, which includes sexual behavior and socializing, insulting language, and coercion. If an organization seeks to instill social responsibility the code of social responsibility and ethical responsibilities applies in both individual and group settings.
INTRODUCTION It is evident that health care delivery services have evolved tremendously over the years. From the difficult state of NHS in 1948 all the way to the road to recovery of health care system today. It was manifested how British nationals have coped with the challenges of health care problems. In a global perspective, however, health care always has comparable convoluted issues whether it is a developing, undeveloped or well off country. It is a long past time to have a guaranteed quality healthcare delivery services for all.
The customers, health care professionals and assisting organizations are integral part of health care system of the state. Every system has important objectives or goals to deliver heath care to its people. First and foremost goal is accessibility of health care to every individual of the state equally with stated standards with respect to its quality. Another major goal is to be cost effective system for the people of the state. Below listed are important components which are important for health care to function.
Healthcare is a key component in national development which all governments have to set as a high priority. As the saying goes, a healthy nation is a wealthy nation. Without quality healthcare the working force will be unproductive hence a dwindling economy. Ensuring quality healthcare is a never ending process. Policy makers, bureaucrats and health personnel have to understand their environment, adopt to change, implement plans and many more.
The roles and activities of the human service professional are provided in a variety of settings. The professional must have a broad education and be willing to adapt to changing circumstances (Woodside & McClam, 2015, pp. 13-23). In the journal article called, “Defining Human Services” written by Chaim Zins (2001) the author further discusses how the human service profession has frequently changing social conditions and social norms. This creates confusion defining the field and an adequate definition is needed based on a solid theoretical foundation which can be done through critical analysis of the concept of human services.
(b) Health care providers are those who provide services like physicians, nurses, laboratory technicians among other staff. (c) We also have health care delivery systems – the public and private agencies or organizations that plan, finance, co-ordinate delivery of healthcare services like infrastructure, medicines and insurance agencies.
Human beings competence has a complex combination of knowledge, attitudes, values, beliefs and ethnic, that we adopted from our culture as external environment or from our family members as internal environment to use during our lives. I feel as though as a healthcare provider or a professional nurse must be sensitive and respectful to each patient's beliefs, culture, and ethnic to improve the nurses' plan care to meet the needs of anyone as human beings. My central beliefs about the individual person is to understand and accept the concepts of healthcare so the nurse can fulfill her goal to improve the individual person's health care. The patient should be participate to own, care to promote his health. On the other hand, if the patient has any cognitive problem so, that's the nurse turn to take care the patient honesty and commitment.
Health care is in a constant state of change. For a long time, care was dictated by the physician and the patient was expected to treat the diagnosis or treatment plan as final. Nurses served the physician, while providing the beginnings of holistic care to the patient. Today, the industry is rapidly evolving. Terms such as medical home, evidence-based practice, patient-centered care, nursing science, advanced practice providers and so forth dominate the academic publications.