1. Introduction Healthcare is changing dramatically for the better due to advances in research and improved use of information technology. All these advancements in technology for medical treatments has allowed physicians to better diagnose and treat their patients since the beginning of the professional practice of medicine (Akanksha, 2014). The continuous development of technology in the medical field has saved countless lives and has also improved their livelihood. This essay is about the accessibility and affordability of medical treatment on patients.
is an effective model for a developing, agrarian based economy, however as Thailand becomes more prosperous, and open to foreign markets, people leave the rice paddies for the infinite Soi of Bangkok, so the ethics and adherence to the teachings of the late King become diluted. The next few decades will see increased scarcity of resources, and even by conservative research, the Earth is over-populated by at least 2 billion people, with China and India, being the worst offenders, assimilating resources at an alarming rate, whilst causing huge levels of pollution, in their efforts to achieve rapid, mass industrialization. Thailand must be resolute, and withstand the external pressure of abandoning the P.S.E., sticking to the middle path, as Sachayansrisakul writes in his paper, “Sufficiency Economy: A Reasonable Approach for Thailand’s Future”, “According to Suphapong (1999), labour costs in Thailand are not cheaper than in the neighbouring countries. Also, Thailand imports more raw materials than it exports. This has turned foreign investors away to other countries.
As for private hospital we do practice cost saving and by recommending this system my organization would be able to achieve cost saving as well as incentives and improved efficiency in delivering high quality and safe care for our patients. I do know that cost would be a main barrier in getting the hospital to implement this system. However, I strongly believe that no matter how much we spend it is still nothing compare to peoples life. The reason people seek treatment from us is because they trust that healthcare providers will deliver safe care. To practice safe medicine is indeed the core for any healthcare organization.
Bhutanese youth’s adaptations to new styles are very much keen and ultimately lack to preserve the tradition and custom value (Cline, 2011) New changes in the Bhutanese society have encouraged the Bhutanese people to earn more and improve their livelihood, at the same time weakening its unique tradition and culture. Education was backward in Bhutan until 1961, when Bhutan was a traditional farming society. At that time daughters
The government is increasingly making efforts to preserve and sustain the current culture and traditions of the country. Because of its largely unspoiled natural environment and cultural heritage, Bhutan has been referred to as The Last Shangri-la. While Bhutanese citizens are free to travel abroad, Bhutan is viewed as inaccessible by many foreigners. Another reason for it being an unpopular destination is the cost, which is high for tourists on tighter budgets. Entry is free for citizens of India, Bangladesh, and the Maldives, but all other foreigners are required to sign up with a Bhutanese tour operator and pay around US$250 per day that they stay in the country, though this fee covers most travel, lodging and meal expenses.
So governments should intervene and support the health care. Also, many people know that health care creates some positive externalities. A good medical system can contribute to a successful economy. An economy will be improved by people being treated quickly/efficiently which will help the improvement of labor productivity. In free-market system, this positive externality is ignored and therefore the health care market
Most of the impact that caused are firstly on traditional dress of the country, secondly loss of the oral communication, especially the storytelling and lastly negative influence on the youth. Preservation of the traditional dress have been the main issue since there is development around the country. As Bhutanese youth prefer to wear pants and t-shirt instead of gho and kira as it is more comfortable. For example gho and kira are becoming unpopular among the youth as they tend to wear pants and t-shirt after reaching home from schools and offices (Cline, 2011). While walking to public place it is easier to notice that modernization is one of the reasons that had effected the youths in Bhutan (Collins, 2012).
MSA consists of Medisave. It was an initiative by the government to develop a more sustainable and affordable healthcare system where it encourages individual responsibility, increases affordability and reduce moral hazards(Hsu, 2010). Medisave is a national medical savings scheme which helps individuals put aside part of their income into Medisave to meet their future personal or immediate family's medical bills. The advantages of Medisave are increasing affordability and accessibility of healthcare to Singaporeans throughout their life. Advantages of Medisave Amidst the rising healthcare costs, healthcare services remain affordable as Medisave helps Singaporeans to save up for future medical bills instead of spending their money somewhere else (Wolf, 2010).
Bhutan being a small nation between India and china ,it has been following a policy of isolation and adopting its unique tradition ,culture and Buddhist society until 1961, King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck initiating first five year plan with a construction of road, initiating economic development open its doors towards outside the world .there is an drastic improvement in living standard of Bhutanese people. Bhutanese people now a day work hard to buy more things and their modern lifestyle have made lives generally more comfortable. However, this has lead to many traditional values and customs to fade away, tradition art of Oral Storytelling is substituting by digital Storytelling in the Bhutanese Social Milieu, youth learn negative attitude.
Obviously, reducing medical errors is obviously of tremendous benefit to both doctor and patient. An electronic medical records system of information eliminates the problem of lost or misplaced patient files while also naturally eliminating data errors that can occur from transcription. 3. ADVANTAGES OF ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORDS As innovation turns into an inexorably vital piece of our lives, solution keeps on being a piece of this creative move. Specialists and doctor 's facilities around the globe are encountering the advantages of moving far from paper-based frameworks.