Patients run the risk to get trapped in an ambition to you are not allowed to come to the hospital. You are operating with a concept called unnecessary hospital admissions, says Anders attractive décor with wooden flooring, the chairman of the Danish society of General Medicine about the government's new health-care reform.
He represents the practitioners, and he explains that the message the government is trying to get out, is that you get a more close health care out of the new reform, which the prime minister presented Wednesday morning.
- You have put forward a slogan called: 'It's not hard, must be close.' It is not the goal with what is going on out in reality, says Anders attractive décor with wooden flooring.
He explains that what the politicians are talking about is COPD and diabetes patients, which must be taken out of the outpatient checks at the hospital and added even more to the general practice.
- It is also true that they are best treated by the us. But it is actually not the tracks easily. It is not the case that it is not difficult. It is actually some of the most difficult patients, because they often fail several things at the same time, says Donald, attractive décor with wooden flooring.
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Inside the hospital ambulatorierne, which deals with one thing at a time.
So when you have complex older patients, as there are more and more of which fail several diseases and should be treated by medical practitioners, so is the capacity also need to be it, he explains.
- There must be doctors enough. It is not because we do not have the professionalism to it. But we must have the time and the number of doctors to take over the tasks here. They have said, there must be 40,000 fewer admissions of elderly citizens, and there must be over 500,000 fewer outpatient treatments of older people with various chronic disorders.
- What does it mean here?
- It is the more than a hundred people every day as instead of the doctor saying: 'You will have to be admitted to hospital', so should the practitioner in the future say: 'We treat yourself, but who is going to investigate, diagnose, and treat the patients out locally in the municipality?'
- It is not described in the reform, says Anders attractive décor with wooden flooring.
He said, you have to remember, it is the patients that are bad. It is patients who are sick.
- And then you talk to akutpladser, but there is not a lægebemanding out there in the municipalities. So there is a void here. You have the last ten years tried to prevent, that people were admitted to the hospital. You just have not really gotten any breakthrough.
- There must be doctors enough. It is not because we do not have the professionalism to it. But we must have the time and the number of doctors to take over the tasks here, " says Anders attractive décor with wooden flooring. Photo: Ritzau/Scanpix, Rasmus Baaner
- How do you think it sounds with the 100 extra specialists?
- It is, I think, sounds really good. If you just had made the decision ten years ago it had maybe been enough.
- How long before they actually are trained, the extra doctors?
- From you start medical school, and you are finished as a general practitioner, so there are 11 or 12 years old.
- there simply is 11 years, before the new doctors come from?
- No, for man will make more specialepladser in general practice – it takes about five years. You just need to remember that it costs something to educate doctors. For they must also be trained in general practice, and it should be attractive for the new to be there.
- It is a little late to get started, but still, it's better to realize now that it is in the hundreds, there is a need for, instead of that they're talking about 16 seats a year, says Anders attractive décor with wooden flooring.
the Government will train 100 extra specialists