Hospitals are not suitable for treating the health conditions, ECRI has acquired
ECRI's healthcare facility did not profit by finding that about half of the 2,400 behavioral hospitals in the hospitals studied were affected by violence over others, while the damage was 81 immunization or lower risk.
"Unsafe areas are not good enough to care for the health of patients who are sick with them," said Nancy Napolitano, health care center at the ECRI Institute. "There are many doctors there are medical beds, there are many hospitals that cover the drug, so clinics are a very difficult place for patients with a mental health problem, with specialized resources, especially in the rural areas."
Health care in the United States has changed to the 1950's with exercise to rehabilitate people and health needs and integrate them into almonds. Since then, most people with mental illness have increased and many doctors have not met hospitals-hospitals-especially in rural areas – struggling to provide adequate services, says Napolitano.
Approximately 42 percent of hospital patients living in a mental health area also affect a mental or mental illness, according to a recent study by the Consulate General.
But lack of resources does not prevent hospitals to give patients. ECRI has encouraged clinical leaders to create key organizations that include future tasks, to address their needs and to seek solutions in regional, federal or federal changes.
Napolitano said it is very important that clinicians are taking the lead and supporting it.
"If you do not have a leadership support for any planning or implementation plan, you will have to get a freelance purchase from the leadership to realize that this is a problem," she said.
Napolitano added that many of the recommendations being made can be fulfilled even if the hospital has a budget. For example, the report provides 10 possible ways for clinical staff to spread to patients or patients. "Such training can happen in any case," she said.
In consulting with hospitals to seek solutions for climate change, ECRI says hospitals and health care organizations will work independently with government agencies, law enforcement agencies and subscribers to seek advice for improvement as a change. – for insurance and business requirements.
"Many of the challenges faced by caring organizations focusing on addressing health problems of patients are based on human health issues and providing treatment for behavioral health," ECRI said. reported reports.