This new coronavirus comes to the stress test, the civil defence forces and, in particular, the health organization, emergency preparedness, and human resources. At the same time, is now being reported that 19 of the 21 regions in Sweden, has a shortage of medical specialists. We need to act now to secure the country, which provides medical staffing services. The solution is simple, and the cost is only one-tenths of a percent of health care costs: the more people AT the services.
Sometimes it takes an international crisis, such as the coronavirus, in order to remind us that a strong health care consists of a good staffing levels with a high level of competence is a matter of national security. The best preparedness is the one that we are building in their everyday lives, investing in our infrastructure and in our staff. Therefore, it is especially disturbing that 19 of the 21 regions, has a shortage of medical specialists. At the same time, the Swedish junior hospital doctors ' association (SYLF), based in Sweden's health care is staffed by about 1,500 unauthorised doctor who, an average wait of 10 months for their medicine to be able to make their allmäntjänstgöring (A) in order to get the doctor. SYLF is estimated that the lack of 370 AT the service of the country, in order to achieve this balance.
the set of schemes to stop the doctor from continuing his professional development in order to be able to hire them at lower wages. However, this goes hand-in-hand with the fact that Sweden has a shortage of medical specialists that the regions contract for very high cost.
This is, as far as I can see, is a worldwide phenomenon. The result is a fragile health care system, where patients frequently get to meet with junior doctors, more resources need to be devoted to guide this large group of unregulated physicians, and the national läkarbemanningen as a whole, are more junior than it needs to be.
the Lack of the existence of, has created considerable frustration and dissatisfaction amongst the medical community. In recent years, one-third of the junior doctors indicated that they are considering leaving the health care system. In general, there is a great shortage of specialist physicians, with more than half indicated that they have considered leaving the healthcare sector of the economy.
a statutory responsibility to provide a sufficient number of AT-related services, there are two main arguments for it are not set up more and more.
This is not a handledningsresurser more AT slots
in the Region of Stockholm, sweden, has indicated to the Journal that the lack of ”supervisors, instructors, handledningstid, and the rooms are the reasons, for now, backed off from the already budgeted increase of AT services. This is despite the fact that the region of Stockholm, sweden, on any given day, about 300 full-time unregulated a doctor in the anticipation of the AT the same need for mentoring that is AT the doctor's. In addition, the vast majority are already in the same clinics where they are serving as an AT-doctors: the medical and surgical clinics, in primary care, and emergency services.
on the Contrary, a delay in the doctor, that the doctor needs to guide a major portion of his professional career, which in the long run it will require more handledningsresurser. More people AT the services would mean that the entire medical community would be more experienced and more senior, which would also mean the more a supervisor and less need to guide.
More people AT the services would mean that the entire medical community would be more experienced and more senior, which would also mean the more a supervisor and less need of supervision
2. There are no financial resources in order to more AT slots
based on the wage gap, based on the most recently available complete lönedata at the end of the year 2018, the cost to replace all of the unregulated medical doctor prior to a medical practitioner, soon after AT in the region of Stockholm, the land of approximately 56 million Swedish kronor. It is equivalent to under 1 per cent of the region's health budget. This is likely to be highly anticipated, given that all of the services are not likely to need to be replaced on a 1:1, and then the medical doctors would not have the same handledningsresurser.
the the AT-service in the 18 months to arrive at the approximately 290 million Swedish kronor, which is equivalent to about 1 per cent of the annual net cost of health care in Sweden. This cost is also highly anticipated, and according to those AT the doctor's wouldn't be able to even partly replace other existing services, which they can and are already doing). In addition, it makes it possible for the unauthorised physicians to be credited with the service they have done before the AT (which are in the same units), the cost will be reduced significantly.
on the Contrary, will decrease the number of AT-sites, while fewer and fewer medical doctors and specialists. To put this in perspective, the spending of the public sector in the last year of more than sek 3 billion to hire medical doctors and specialists.
We need to agree on the following facts:
• the workforce in health and health care, including that which provides medical staffing services, and the practitioners expertise is a matter of national security.
• Regions are not able, on its own, the addition of a sufficient number of INTERN posts.
• * * The overall need for the AT services, for each region, and appears to be less than the sum of the national need for AT services.
it is obvious, and is the most only a few tenths of a percent of the health care the total cost is more AT the service. In the long run it is health care, which is manned by personnel of higher skills, is likely to cost. Sweden has a well-functioning health care system with a high level of expertise as well as the health outcomes for all in the world, and it has all the necessary qualifications in order to be successful.
No specific measures.
• Convert all of the unregulated medical services to services.
to Change the legislation in such a way that the relevant employment after graduation are taken into consideration for the internship.
• to Limit the regions ' ability to have an ”extra long” AT 21 months, or else of 18 months.
• to Limit the regions ' ability to provide manning with unauthorised doctor before starting the AT.
in the DEBRIS, and the Swedish medical association is in need to immediately work together to set up more and more AT the service in order to secure the national, which provides medical staffing services with the highest levels of expertise. Failure to do this will be to continue to expose staff, patients, and the Swedish civil protection order is unacceptable, unnecessary, and avoidable risk.
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