Health care and rehabilitation Bartoletti Comprehensive patient care is needed

Healthcare and rehabilitation: Bartoletti: “Comprehensive patient care&#8221 is needed;

A confrontation from which it became clear that physiotherapy requires an assessment pathway, with the right time for performance, but above all the comprehensive taking care of the patient accompanied by the evaluation on the outcomes of the treatment“. This is the opinion of Pier Luigi Bartoletti, vice president of the‘Rome Provincial Order of Physicians-Surgeons and Dentists (OMCeO) following the conference “Organization of specialized outpatient rehabilitation services” promoted in Rome by Anisap, College of Full Professors of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, Simfer, Sirn.

As part of the same conference, the pact was also presented #UnitiForRehabilitation predisposed by Foad Aodi physiatrist and councilor of the Capitoline Order of Physicians.

Health care and rehabilitation, Bartoletti: “Starting a process of professionalization

According to Bartoletti, it is also necessary “Starting a process of professionalizing a branch
important in an increasingly elderly country with people increasingly struggling with chronic diseases: this is where
that rehabilitation assumes a fundamental role and especially in some diseases, for example in the post
heart attack or after hip replacement surgery. This is to value those who do their jobs well

Organizing outpatient specialist rehabilitation services also involves a synergy between
Who should take care of the patient’s health. “Everyone is talking about continuity of care – stresses the
vice president of the white coats of the Capital – and I believe that the rehabilitation process must also be
provide for such a pathway with the various components, the specialist component and the medicine component
general, who often lack

Foad Aodi: “Opportunities in both public and private healthcare”

According to Foad Aodi, the initiative aims for quality rehabilitation that is accessible to all, with
equal opportunities in both public and private health care; updating the LEAs; the
recognition of the role and quality of public and private accredited facilities capable of
result in savings for the NHS; increased interprofessional collaboration among physicians
specialists, health professions, and family physicians for the’appropriateness of prescribing and to reduce
the use of defensive medicine; more professional development, with advocacy and enhancement
of the medical act; the establishment of a register of excellence; the simplification of authorizations for
Countering abuse and moonlighting; more innovation and technology in the field.