Production Shared Health in Surgery: Innovate to Improve the Quality of Therapy Paths
Science Journal of Public Health
Volume 5, Issue 2, March 2017, Pages: 117-127
Received: Jan. 4, 2017; Accepted: Jan. 23, 2017; Published: Feb. 22, 2017
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Antonio Giacomo Rizzo, Department of Surgery Oncology, Pathology University of Messina, Messina, Italy; Giuseppe Laganga Senzio Special Commissioner University Hospital Company “G. Martino” Messina, Messina, Italy
Andrea Cosentino Naselli, Clinic “Cosentino” Palermo, Palermo, Italy
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Abstract
The project uses the reality of the Department of Surgery of the AOU "G. Martino "in Messina, to plan and implement a new departmental organization, starting from the already matured experiences of hospital care for structured intensive care. The system is based on therapeutic needs and welfare of the citizen user with dedicated areas, according to real needs, with the help of multidisciplinary teams, overcoming the inpatient wards of UU.OO.CC., enhancement of professional capacity meritocratic and passing the management pyramid, resulting in smoothing of conflict and competition for the allocation of chief function. The sharing of the hospitality, the diagnostic and therapeutic guarantees, in addition to classic economies of scale, performance care that increase quality customer satisfaction, because the citizens being treated, have certain references and unique, adequate, coordinated, integrated, continuing the phases of the nursing staff. The perception of consistency, fairness, equality, personalization in the reception, in the comfort and enjoyment of the services and assistance. In addition, together with the use of evidence based medicine, that allows to provide reliable and therapies based on scientific evidence, it intends to introduce a new humanistic approach in the exercise therapy with the help of the Narrative Medicine that contextualizes and integrates clinical data and Scientific evidence with all the information concerning the individual's perception of the disease state and the meaning attributed to it. Narrative Based Medicine enables the active participation of the citizen in the process of taking care of care, emphasizes the uniqueness of the personality of the citizen user, recognizes its history of suffering and promotes straight primary determination.
Keywords
Public Health, Health Management, Nursing Intensity, Narrative Medicine, Evidence Based Medicine
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Antonio Giacomo Rizzo, Andrea Cosentino Naselli, Production Shared Health in Surgery: Innovate to Improve the Quality of Therapy Paths, Science Journal of Public Health. Vol. 5, No. 2, 2017, pp. 117-127. doi: 10.11648/j.sjph.20170502.19
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