Three Modern ERAs of Medicine
- Birth of Modern Medicine (Professional Dominance)
- Evidence based Medicine (Scientific Medicine)
- Personalized Medicine (Post-Modern Medicine)
Limitation and Strengths of the Three Modern ERAs of Medicine
Birth of Modern Medicine (Professional Dominance)
Evidence based Medicine (Scientific Medicine)
Personalized Medicine (Post-Modern Medicine)
Points to Make during the monolouge
When Evidence Says No, But Doctors Say Yes
First, listen to the story with the happy ending: At 61, the executive was in excellent health. His blood pressure was a bit high, but everything else looked good, and he exercised regularly. Then he had a scare. He went for a brisk post-lunch walk on a cool winter day, and his chest began to hurt.
The Benefits of Standardization in Healthcare Systems
Nancy Lightner Tandi Bagian Part of the Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems book series (LNNS, volume 263) The benefits of standardization in manufacturing and automated environments are clear as the use of the same material and processes produces the same output.
The Flip Side of the Coin: Potential Hazards Associated with Standardization in Healthcare
Helen J. A. Fuller Timothy Arnold Part of the Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems book series (LNNS, volume 263) Healthcare has a lengthy history of quality improvement efforts. Perhaps due to the success of standardization methods in fields such as manufacturing and aviation, similar approaches are often proposed in healthcare quality improvement initiatives.
Does Standardization Mean the End of Autonomy?
Standardization is a fundamental starting point for any improvement effort. Without standardization you do not have a single process but many. What might improve one aspect of a multi-layered process may not improve another form of the process or even make things worse.
Applying the Principles of McDonaldization to Medicine - PubMed
Applying the Principles of McDonaldization to Medicine