രാജീവ്ഗാന്ധി സഹകരണ ആശുപത്രിയിൽ വെച്ച് പുതിയ സംരംഭമായ ഫിസിയോതെറാപ്പി & സ്പോർട്സ് ഇഞ്ചുറി റീഹാബിലിറ്റേഷൻ സെന്ററിന്റെ ഉദ്ഘാടനം ശനിയാഴ്ച്ച വെകുന്നേരം ( 04.01.2020 ) ബഹു .ജി ശിവ വിക്രം (ജില്ലാ പോലീസ് സൂപ്രണ്ട് ) നിർവ്വഹിക്കുന്നു. പ്രസ്തുത ചടങ്ങിലേക്ക് എല്ലാവരെയും സാദരം ക്ഷണിക്കുന്നു .
I think this retweet and re-poll is a fair question to ask when the #NMC bill has been passed and the Indian Medical Association which is supposedly formed to protect the rights of the practicing doctor (Modern Medicine in India) has asked Doctors all over India to strike work today
Has really the IMA been proactive with regards to NMC ?
Has it really shown a similar protest like the one whcih was witnessed when goons protected by the West Bengal CM beat up a doctor ?
Is indeed the doctor community itself aware of the NMC bill and what it contains ?
Has the striking doctors read the whole bill or is the whole thing just a blind leading the blind / coercion of professional aquaintance ?
I am surprised that in far away land, this poll that I chanced on asks similar questions about their medical association.
You can find the poll below…
As planned we will be conducting the free #CerebralPalsy and #PaediatricOrthopaedic medical camp this month on 21st at Palakkad, Kerala. It will be held at Life Care Physiotherapy Clinic, Fort Maidan, Palak kar, Kerala.
I will be examining children with orthopedic problems, limb deformities, birth deformities like #ClubFoot, Cerebral Palsy and Spine disorders like #Scoliosis.
Like last time this camp will be conducted in association with #SevaBharathi who will provide logistic support. A big thanks the people and volunteers of SevaBharathi who’ve been associated with this since last 3 years.
The medical camp this time is further expanded to include Paediatric Neurologist, Paediatric Gastroenterologist who will also be participating.
I always asked myself this question…
How many administrators does it take to run a hospital smoothly.
They are apparently employed to make doctors life smooth which leads to better working environment and better patient care. .. well, at least in theory. In practice, things are a lot different.
So, I started searching. I was sure I was not the only one who was having these thoughts.
This is an interesting blog article on that subject. A very short one, but serves the purpose.
… for every one doctor there are 5 more are employed to do administrative tasks.
And, frankly, it’s ridiculous. As Dr. Cutler says, “There is a lot of money spent doing things that in no other industry do we tolerate.”
If you want to find out how many administrators it takes to run a hospital, ask yourself how many work on the weekend.
That number should be just about right.
Once you have finished that, please see this article for more data on this and wasteful hospital expenditure