Providing best medical care to patients is the responsibility of doctors. However, a recent Australian research being published in the Medical Journal of Australia has put across different facts.
It has been revealed in a recent research that only 57% doctors are able to provide best care to their patients. In addition, doctors do not have much knowledge about common topics like alcohol addiction, weight problems and antibiotics.
In order to reach at the above given results, the study researchers evaluated 1200 people, and found that 43% have not received good care. Co-author of the study Professor Bill Runciman, who is working at the University of South Australia, said that the main reason of such failing is giving more value to quality over quantity.
More studies are being published rather looking one in detail. This does not help doctor to know details of existing problems. Bill said that it seems that good care has become a farfetched topic these days.
"Healthcare is more likely to become unaffordable unless more appropriate care is provided", said Jeffrey Braithwaite, who is the author of the study. It is a high time now that the authorities concerned should take action and make sure all people get quality care.
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