Tag: "bureaucracy" at medical news
Thai Separatists Burn School, Kill Four
...order provinces came under direct rule of the Thai bureaucracy
in 1902. A separatist struggle took off in the 1950s, fuelled by government efforts to suppress the local culture and religion in the region....
Childrens Health Program Covering More Adults Than Children
... the program to be expanded by $50 billion, reduce bureaucracy
for immigrant children applicants and give incentives to states to reach out to uninsured. With these measures it can close the gap of the three million eligible children who remain uninsured. National Association of Children's Hospitals supports r...
BMA Calls for Flexible Working as Number of Women Doctors Swell
...an NHS thats increasingly saddled with unnecessary bureaucracy
and government interference. Its to their credit that so many doctors are still enthusiastic about their careers. The survey also shows: Most of the doctors were in debt when they graduated. The average amount owed was 20,798 with the highest le...
US Trying Hard to Provide Proper Treatment for Wounded Soldiers
... knee" or "smart ankle" prosthetics. Others battle bureaucracy
to see doctors or get basic benefits in less ideal settings. Mental health problems loom large. More than a third of troops received psychological counseling shortly after returning from Iraq, and a third of those were diagnosed with a problem, a r...
Elective surgery should take precedence over bureaucracy, says surgeon
...put forth the idea that it would do well to reduce bureaucracy
in hospital administration, an idea that had earli...this fraternity has said that money going into the bureaucracy
should be diverted to perform elective surgeries, and cater to the immediate needs of the patients....
NHS To Be Reformed By Using A Hybrid Approach
...ecialist, said that the present system is heavy on bureaucracy
and poor on delivery. It is doomed to fail, because with a single monolithic employer it cannot adapt to either technical or societal change. Prof Aidan Halligan, who until last September was the deputy chief medical officer, told the British Jour...
New Twist To The Mental Health Law
... in the number of people held would require a vast bureaucracy
to just process the appeals itself. With campaigners insisting that there should be a proper system of appeal in place to safeguard people's rights and with increasing objections from politicians and mental health organizations, ministers decided ...
Government Should Provide Incentives For Methadone Program
...g to contribute towards the methadone program. The bureaucracy
has also been accused of hindering the treatment, resulting in 30 casualties every year as a result of opiate-related causes. The pharmacists and doctors object to having to cater to more drug addicts, and they have called upon the Government to r...
Health Service Reform Planned To Cut Bureaucracy: Public Opinion Sought
...urther anticipated that the massive restriction of bureaucracy
would save a majority of the health care resources...essential if we genuinely want to get money out of bureaucracy
and into helping patients,' said Mr. Woodward A new Strategic Health and Social Services Authority ...
More Doctors Need To be Hired
...sting work force of consultants. There is a lot of bureaucracy
involved in hiring doctors which should be done away with, according to Davis. This is absolutely essential to meet the health targets that have been set by the ministers in 2005. The entire strategy of improving healthcare may be doomed to failure u...