Patients and healthcare providers across the globe have come to the realization that depending solely on hospital systems will no longer be a viable option. The Anti-Kickback statute creates a protective umbrella, a zone in which patients are protected so that the best health care is provided. Most need-based discounting policies are aimed at making health care more affordable for the millions of uninsured citizens who are not referral sources for the hospital.
People from lower socioeconomic strata are struggling to get prescription medicines all because of lack of government funding and the growing size of elderly population due to improved medicine and technology. Ethiopian culture also believes in the use of herbs and spices for medicinal purposes which can sometimes have adverse interactions with western medicine.
Often these systems have duplicate data and functionality. Robotic surgery is another important aspect of future of healthcare sector. This makes minor health care a problem in the country. With such a dramatic increase in people demanding healthcare, there will be an enormous amount of paperwork to process.
Current and upcoming advances in home healthcare technologies are not only designed for effective disease control but also encourage and enable individuals to live independently. In order to appraise overall health care systems, a proposed two-dimensional approach was conceived.
Visitors can use the primary healthcare facilities provided in the country. Using similar interfaces and controls to many common applications, the reporting systems can be learnt in a short space of time, and mean that staff can experience the benefits, without having to go on long training courses.