There is a variety of factors which can make prevention of medical errors more effective and improve patient’s safety. The most widespread method of collecting information about medical errors occurred is extracting information from reports of diffrernt physicians and building a statistics on this base. However, measures of providing of patient’s safety include many other statements. Firstly, patient’s safety is provided by informed consent of a patient. Though, there is a misconception of interpreting of medical errors in context of this consent (Hallock et al., 2017).
The patient must be told what is to be done and why. It is essential to regard patient autonomy and his participation in health service so they could enhance their knowledge & complications about disease (12, 13). Hence, patient can accelerate his recovery by participating in decision making (1, 2). It is also a defence tool for hospital against claimants and it should have requirements, such as: presenting information to patient by attending physician, patient perception and authority, patient competency in decision making, and factors affecting on patient- physician interaction (3, 4). Patient treating without his informed consent probably can sues and consent with reluctance, fear or japery is not valid.
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.
Lastly designing and implementation of the procedure followed and validation by medical practitioners engineers, software engineers and physicians by collaboration so that output interpretation could be easy. Because bad image quality could increase the problem in feature extraction, interpretation, analysis and recognition for further medical applications and treatments. So effort of the researchers should be concentrate to enhance the quality and making interpretation easy for the medical health problem detection with the imaging
Impacts of Technology on Health Care System The structural, organizational parts and the mode of delivery have been positively altered by technological advancements. The integration of technology has made a lot of improvements in the health care sector by making it easier for doctors to give services for and the patients to be able to access quality health care with fewer problems. The major areas that have benefited from technology in the health care sectors include cancer treatment and research. Technology is defined as a way of doing things. Modern technology has changed the way many things are done.
However, the concept of moral integrity is not simple, as discussed by Pellegrino (2000) “Physicians…are required to sacrifice moral integrity to the requirements of their social role”. Pellegrino (2000) refers to this as moral neutrality an idea where the doctor does not bring their personal beliefs and values into the consultation, so as to not influence the patient with subjective opinions or make the patient feel judged. This could weaken the doctor-patient relationship, as the patient may feel less inclined to share personal
Significant is useful in focusing and finding strategies that is more likely influence the effective implementation of IPC. This will provide healthcare provider an innovation to sustain and strengthen IPC Data were gathered in three hospitals that owned by Palestinian Ministry of Health. Researchers use a purposive sampling, where in there are 334 HCPs with 106 doctors, 22 nurses and 8 physiotherapists. The result of the conducted study successfully achieved its aims. Within the discussion section, the authors focused on the variables that reached significance and related them to previous research.
Advanced technologies to collect and analyze data which were not known before. For healthcare, this means collecting patient data and record history of medication and suggesting suitable changes required after analyzing the diagnostic data. Not only taking measures but also how to prevent and improve on the services is major task being given to IoT devices in this field. 2. Reduction in the risk of error is another major reason when it comes to IoT being implemented.
It is the legal duty of medical professionals to keep the information they are told confidential, however it is ethical in some situations where the information can be shared if necessary. Everything in the realm of medicine deals with the topic of confidentiality. The medical definition of confidentiality is, “The right of
This type of medicine has many subfields that are specialised for specific purposes such as genomic pharmaceuticals that specialises in making medicine fit for a specific genotype. There are many advantages to adopting genomic medicine into hospitals around the world but there are also many disadvantages such as the large cost to fund genomic medicine. This is why it is more effective to use genomic medicine in more developed countries at this time. Medical professionals are working towards making genomic medicine less expensive to practice and more accessible for all types of people. Table of Contents Abstract/Synopsis 1 Introduction 3 Research Proposal 5 Literature Review 7 Processing of findings 18 Conclusion 21 References 22