Issues in the medical profession in the future.

Discussion in 'Healthcare Improvement' started by Jazz00, 08.28.08.

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  1. Jazz00

    Jazz00 2+ Year Member

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    Hey guys, what do you see as the most significant issue the medical profession will face in the future?
     
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  3. MOHS_01

    MOHS_01 audemus jura nostra defendere 10+ Year Member

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    Decreasing autonomy, increasing regulatory and administrative hassles, and insufficient reimbursement... sound familiar?
     
  4. Greonis

    Greonis 5+ Year Member

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    Skyrocketing healthcare costs due to "politically correct" end-of-life care, rise of more antibiotic/drug-resistant pathogens due to widespread abuse (MRSA is only the beginning...)
     
  5. gloriacollins

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    lack of physicians is much more now days...:)
     
  6. Veritas86

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    I believe there really will be a push for government subsidized (socialized, spin it however) healthcare. And that will create a world of problems should it come about. Not the least of which on the doc end would be severely decreased autonomy and even more non-medical types in administrative positions.
     
  7. ascenteducation

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    hi,
    Future is very bright, medical profession is very encouraging, medical prospects is very much bright.
     

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