Individuals with insurance visits the physician office when sick but also when healthy. Should be more prone to follow up treatments and also be emotionally relief. Having insurance should promote healthier lifestyles but it is not always the case. Having medical insurance could also encourage unhealthy behavior. Because of medical care, individuals could visits the doctor office for everything, ask for unnecessary laboratories or being reluctant to have healthy habits due to medical services coverage.
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
IntroductionClinical empathy is an essential element of quality care and is associated with improved patient satisfaction, adherence to treatment, and fewer malpractice complaints. It has been suggested that in contrast to models of “detached concern,” physicians who attempt to understand what their patient is feeling and communicate their concern achieve a number of valuable outcomes for their patients and for themselves . Empathy in medicine is challenging though, because doctors are dealing with the most emotionally distressing situations–illness, dying, suffering in every form–and such situations would normally make an empathic person anxious, perhaps too anxious to be helpful . This painful reality may take its toll on these individuals
From the perspective of a person within the health sector, autonomy may and may not be practical for the purposes of preventing liability from litigation and avoiding ethical criticism, especially when it 's measured against the patients’ best interests. In certain circumstances such as cases where patients don 't have the decision-making capacity, then nurses may treat the patient without consent. This type of situation is usually grounded on the principle of necessity. When professionals working within the health sector act under necessity, they must be able to prove that they did no more then what was necessary and in the best interests of the patient. This is a common problem in today 's nursing homes as many residents are not of sound mind and are unable to make decisions that affect them.
Staff idealism With noble idealism of that doctors must do their duty of saving life and put the best interest of patient in mind, doctors will reconsider if their behaviors are in accordance to their own idealism. Although staff idealism cannot be created or imposed by managers, it does exist in organizations (Weinbach and Taylor, 2008), including hospitals. Serving as motivations, good idealism held by staff members can help to reduce the possibility of corruption. Managers must make sure that in the hospital, no one is laughing at those doctors who stick to their idealism and refuse corrupting, and reward those who have a strong sense of personal idealism. i.
Focusing on the patient will help the nurse have a more detailed assessment of their needs; however, the family’s needs would not be assessed. The family’s needs can directly relate to the patient’s well-being. Findley (2013) discusses how CCM relies on a bridge between the healthcare providers and the community; however, it does not take into consideration those people who do not have resources readily available. These people could include those in rural areas where resources are too far away or those who cannot afford to partake in some of the resources nearby. CCM allows the patient to have more control over their care, making the patient more independent; however, the patient must have a good rapport with their care provider to continue the communication required.
Using IT helps the healthcare service providers to communicate and transmit information about the health status of the patient but they don’t really prevent the disease from infecting the patient. Wearables and other devices can only measure few of the physiological readings and inform the same to doctor and patient but can never attend to that physiological disorder. Doctors and patients feel that a clinical visit and personal interaction is necessary and must to cure the disease. Investing huge amount of money for such a technological breakthrough isn’t something that healthcare stakeholders are convinced of. Since understanding of medical terminologies requires special skills which the doctors gain during their education and experience, sharing of medical information is another concern that doctors are skeptical about.
Also, by reporting the results publicly it provides the hospitals incentive for hospitals to improve care to their patients. It also gives the hospital transparency by allowing the public to see the results of the surveys. I have mixed feelings about the survey. I understand quality care is hard to measure accurately. Usually people will fill out surveys when they had a bad experience, so I do not think it would reflect the full truth of the quality of patient care.
Though the option presented is less likely to give a better percentage of a positive outcome for the patient. The physician has a clear conflict in pleasing both the insurance company and the patient. The physician also risks not getting paid by the insurance company if they do not administer the less expensive treatment. This conflict could also be
Some would argue that while people always have a duty to do no harm, we don’t always have a duty to help. However, in health care, there is an implied duty to help by virtue of the physicians relationship with the patient. This duty is both legally and morally based in that it is reasonable for patients to expect a professional caregiver to act in ways that will promote their health and well-being. On the other hand, there is generally a recognised limit to the level of service and sacrifice owed to a patient by any particular health care professional(10). As with harm, the definition of good is difficult.