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Volume 3 Number 5 May 2017

A Study to Evaluate the Cause of Different Consultant or Hospital Visit by Patient with Same Chief Complain


Authors: Ashish Kumar ; Neha kumari
Pages: 30-34
Abstract
Good medical practice covers a very wide range of issues, including matters of clinical competence and standards relating to more personal and interpersonal skills and attributes, like probity, communication and doctor-patient relationships. Today the patient sees himself as a buyer of health services. Once this concept is accepted, then there is a need to recognize that every patient has certain rights, which puts a special emphasis on to the delivery of quality health care. It is therefore essential that it is informed by a clear understanding of what expectations society actually has of doctors. These expectations are unlikely to be fixed and may be influenced by broader social, moral and cultural shifts.