Health care requires that the workforce focus on "illness"

Health care requires that the workforce focus on "illness"

Once a while, TV shows show that brave doctors have saved patients. Imagine George Clooney at ER, rescuing a boy caught in a flood flood, or even Marcus Welby listening to the patient and offering answers and alerts.

But the new entry into this is to accept what we now understand: Not only do people need salvation but also the health system itself.

This is the NBC program New Amsterdam. This picture shows a doctor named Max Goodwin, who was hired only as a medical director for a New York hospital. In a limited order, it eliminates the waiting room, offers good food to the patients and burns a special body service to "pay over the payday care." Goodwin is a breakthrough, wants to shake a hidden system that puts on the people.

The fact that this drawing is like this is a deeper reference to our health problem. The main network, through the use of market research, decides that what will sell in 2018 reflects the backbreaking system, which is in danger of the needs of the people there to serve.

Before we find out about this information, we should remember that many people see it-a process that has been decreasing, abusing and unfair.

New Amsterdam It also shows non-medical doctors. To me, we need to try again in our years of focus. Love is not a pity – it has a deeper experience, which can allow a physician to answer this question, "What's this, my doctor?" This is the main question for doctors in the days of AI-we must be people in the room, even if the room is comfortable.

Part of the problem is that we do not even have the services prepared for "ill" – this important combination of health, health and human well-being. I am taking a number of medical schools that build students of groups who focus on teaching doctors to be enjoyable. At the University of Science University of Thomas Jefferson of Sidney Kimmel, we created the Jefferson Scale of Empathy, a well-known global tool and a well-developed tool for testing in medical science.

Thomas Jefferson is one of the four "hotspotting" programs in the United States, which utilize emergency work with students working with patients to interact, learn, and listen. the leader. Our research question indicates that "hotspotters" have reduced this year's sickly disease by visiting 50% and foreign visits by 40 percent in the pilot year, 2017-18. It is also important that our students present deeper insight into effective self-reliance and self-esteem.

Jobs need to think deeply about how we work. For beginners, we should work on an open platform that will allow patients and health professionals access to health information, health recovery, and more important, dashboard for health. We charge technologies, such as EHR, within a short period of time, but the lack of pricing has been effective for a long time. As the brain becomes patient, and the changes are working to deepen, it's important for us to design a personalized, comfortable, and interactive system.

What only, we need what I call "health without the address." We need help where we, when needed, to build our best life. We need a biological, psychological, and psychological concept.

Doctors-and even health care professionals-have an important role in playing well. But there are doctors, politicians, professionals, teachers and technicians. When we work together to introduce good technology and use the pressure to modify the evolution system, we can create a world where doctors can enjoy being more valiant than those we see on the television.

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