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Ethical Dilemma Examples In Healthcare
No: Through the decades more and more patients are added to the transplant wait list.....donation has increased only very slightly.....therefore, more donors needed;however, it is better be regulated thru strict laws, ethical rules.....so not only certain group can get advantage from the market....it is not an easy issue....the discussion is out there for quite sometime...no perfect answer yet ...Read more
Healthcare is the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease, illness, injury, and other physical and mental impairments in humans. Health care is delivered by practitioners in medicine, chiropractic, dentistry, nursing, pharmacy, allied health, and other care providers. It refers to the work done in providing primary care, secondary care and tertiary care, as well ...Read more
Do societal problems like abortion, divorce, ban of child discipline and others contribute to violence in the nation?
I was assigned to find out about education requirements, licenses and certifications, salary ranges, and job opportunities for three different jobs in the health profession field. What are the positive aspects and the challenges in healthcare?
Aspects of healthcar: In health care, you are delivering advice, examining and questioning others with intentful Listening and treating accordingly. The jobs offer a chance to help others and make a difference. We now live In a digital world of record and diversity which with more regulations, can be a challenge, but still rewarding ...Read more
In the united states, are there any good examples of bringing patients via telehealth for medical assessments?
Yes: I work in telehealth part-time and there are several good but early & primitive capabilities out there. Video calls allow the physician and patient to discuss symptoms, history, visual physical findings, and plans. There is a lot more research being done and new devices being developed for more robust care but the services are advancing quickly. Contact me if you would like any referrals. ...Read more
Can someone help explain what the National standards for culturally and linguistically appropriate services in healthcare & healthcare is? thanks!
Go to a lawyer when : Sick! They should be able to help you. If a doctor cannot understand the language the patient is speaking it will be hard to deliver health care! Also, depending on the cultural group that the patient grew up in, different ideas are interpreted very differently and you have to be aware of them and take that into account. "hot diseases" and "cold diseases", etc. that is cultural awareness. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Inquiry for school paper:
1. What are your professional ethics?
2. What ethical dilemmas do you face in the work place?
Need more space: Professional ethics in medicine? This is a topic that needs days to discuss, not 400 characters. At times we face ethical dilemas, again can't be explained in this tiny box. I suggest talking to your family, friends, local physicians--look for retired physicians and nurses who will have more time to talk to you so that you can write a nice paper. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Several: Truman tried but was overwhelmed with other issues. Johnson put together the Medicare legislation, This was modified buy several subsequent presidents. Clinton tried in his first term but the measure never got out of the White House. Bush added a prescription drug benefit. Obama got through the Accountable Care Act. Trump would like to eliminate that. ...Read more
Check insurance site: Places to look for a doctor... Do a doctor search on healthtap by location and specialty, and look at his profile. Search for a doctor on the web at one's insurance company's site. Ask friends, neighbors, relatives for recommendations (but sometimes they'll ask "are you sick?"). Call the local hospital for recommendations, as the hospital will give out the names of doctors who use the hospital. ...Read more
What is the legal accountability of the ppo primary care? We don't need someone with preceived authority but with no real accountability to me. Accountability/liability and authority go hand in hand
Please see below: Noted several of your posts. Sounds like u r pretty frustrated & angry. Perhaps at a provider &/or insurer. I'm not sure anything we can say here will help much. If ur issue is w a provider, i'd encourage u to try to work w them to clarify a poss misunderstanding. Or get a 2nd opinion. Dealing w an insurer can be more difficult & may require persistence. But try working w their cust svc. Take care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sometimes: Sometimes certain diagnoses are applied to more women vs men, and problems can be missed because our index of suspicion may not be high enough. For instance, heart attack symptoms may differ in men vs women, but both genders will be just as sick. Some doctors may also assume that women are "hysterical" rather than understanding they may have a complicated health problem. We have a lot to learn. ...Read more
Why do so many medical offices ask for unnecessary & intrusive personal information (ssn, drivers licenses) unrelated to medical records?
Required by law: It is required by law & insurance contracts that they have with companies & that you signed with those same companies. They need to make sure you are who you say you are & that they have proof. Also, if there is any legal question in the future, they can prove that they verified your identity. Finally, insurance companies use this info to track your health & put it into a central database. ...Read more
We hold live web chats with our Emory Healthcare doctors and care team members on a regular basis to give our community an opportunity to interact in ?
Live chats: That sounds really good. A lot of universities are implementing video conferencing. It is good for folks since they can avoid traveling. It saves time, it saves gas, and it gets people together more easily. Hopefully there will be more opportunities for everyone to benefit from this technology. ...Read more
Global health organisation warn families to prepare emergency family plan with medicine and supplies.?
Six basic supplies: 1 water mke sure you have water for basic needs for 3 days 2 food non perishable for st least 3 days 3 first aid and supplies 4 clothing and beddings appropriate 5 tools and special items like flash lights and fresh batteries 6 battery powered communication devices and dont forget copies of important documents like drivers licence, passports., list of phone numbers prescription medicines. ...Read more
Are HealthTap Doctors allowed to fill out a DBQ (Disability Benefits Questionnaire) issued by the Dept. of Veteran Affairs, for PTSD?
Some are: The DBQ application forms are a summary of the medical status of a veteran in relationship to claimed service connected disability. A team of contract physicians has been trained to perform these examinations and submit the DBQ forms. Some Health Tap doctors have had this training and can do this although the examinations are scheduled through organizations such as VES and QTC.l ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
I want to get info on the world health organization or any other un agency involved in providing health care?
Do you think there are any opportunists for international medical students like form India to get their residentsy done in the United States?
Certainly: Without foreign medical graduates, we would not be able to provide services for all the hospitals that need residents. Some of the best physicians at the top hospitals in the country did their training at international medical schools. ...Read more
Theory vs. Practice?: In theory, wholistic takes into account that health/disease is beyond body issues. As embodied souls connected to a mind, complex+fragile brain controlling a complex+fragile body with millions of orders/sec, issues of health/disease are integrated at all levels, not just body ; not just reactions to body issues/handicaps/pain. Unfortunately, in my experience, most offered is low quality/simplistic. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Long list: We have mixed incentives and mixed punishments. Money is a major driver and allows insurance companies and pharm companies to control much of healthcare. We have a herd of malpractice attorneys driving up costs. Rewards are skewed and are always for good care but for efficiency meaning generating the most cash for the least time. We also have a mixed population with many delaying care. ...Read more
Limited: Doctors less and less are moving to rural areas due to the incredible debt they get from medical scvhool. Rural health care is more, and more from physician extenders like nurse practitioners and physician assistants. There is also less funding for rural hospitals and rural public health. So the status is getting less favorable. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
It's not Obama's: America is the most short-sighted country on the globe. Our presidents have actively tried to change the system going back to truman. I led town hall meetings/discussion panels before last election. Obama had the right ideas to make real change, but one by one the teeth were removed, 1st by insurance lobby, then by pharmaceutical lobby, using senators lieberman & snow, and others. Sick society. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
It could if.....: If romney became pres and pursued what started under his governorship in mass--despite distancing himself from it, to fit the republican agenda--then he could help. Mass is a first step. The second: developing a primary care team system that functions on its own, that covers all. Pcps there are burned out, retired, died, left state, or closed their panel. Ma model can work--keep going! ...Read more
MeetingPlace & Tools: Present at any location to which people go (or from which come from) as part of initial assistance for others concerned about their health with the goal of recognizing &assisting others with perceived problems with soul?mind?brain?body functioning. This includes all the tools for assisting with evaluation, diagnosis &treatment of symptoms &underlying disease, as recognized &addressed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Globe-good, USA-not: Us spends close to 18% of it's entire gross domestic product on healthcare related stuff, and is 27th in any measurement of happiness as a society. The cost to the next most expensive is half of the us, and a lot happier people. The tsunami is not going to suddenly change directions. It'll take a bigger tsunami to do that. It's a sad thing to watch an empire fall. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Health responsible: This is a complicated question. It has layers, like an onion, or an ogre. The "rich" do pay more in taxes, and some portion of those taxes does support healthcare expenditures. However, and i'm not at all a fan of obamacare, but, if the "poor" were to eat better, exercise more, take better care of their bodies, and do preventative medicine, the cost of healthcare would be much less. ...Read more
See below: Healthcare is the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease, illness, injury, and other physical and mental impairments in humans. Health care is delivered by practitioners in medicine, chiropractic, dentistry, nursing, pharmacy, allied health, and other care providers. It refers to the work done in providing primary care, secondary care and tertiary care, as well as in public health. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Over regulation: Over regulation by state and federal government and insurance companies has the physician taking a backseat to thier patients care, overrides, prior authorizations., etc. Physicians are either spending more time doing this or are not doing it at all causing problems with patients getting proper treatment. ...Read more
See below: This is really simply a personal opinion....But no. I think there will begin to be rationing of healthcare. The current system of use whatever care you want whenever you want can't continue. ...Read more
We need Obamacare!: For far too long, everybody has been doing their own thing and no one has been looking at the overall picture. There is much money to be made in healthcare and companies have been doing that irregardless of whether what they have to offer is really worth it. The only organization big enough to create some rules to better organize the entire system is the government. We must coordinate care! ...Read more
Superb question: Becone an experienced, knowledgable, wise, well-read and educated physician... Well, i suppose that answer is not very helpful. The most important assessment of the material is an assessment of the source. Reliable sources generally come out of well respected institutions, that have oversight committees that evaluate all before publishing, usually preceding on-line; 2 examples: jhh journal, nejm. ...Read more
Very little, but...: The key to good health is to remove the fear, the anonymity, the loneliness, the isolation inherent in the settings one is in: most hospitals, most assisted living home, most nursing homes, most group homes, many doctor centers. The demise of the family unit and all the things inherent in that, are all on the rise. Home is where the heart is; we've lost our way. Can we find our metaphorical home? ...Read more
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