Healthcare, safety and Bioethics

  • Siddharth Jha
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  • Siddharth Jha

    Student at Amity University, Patna, India

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Healthcare changes dramatically because of technological developments, from anesthetics and antibiotics to magnetic resonance imaging scan and radiotherapy. Future technological innovation is going to keep transforming Healthcare, yet while technologies new drugs treatments, new devices, new social media support for health care etc. Will drive Innovation, human factors will remain one of the stable limitations of breakthroughs. No predictions can satisfy everybody, instead this article explores fragments of future to see how to think more clearly about how to get where we want to go. Significance for public health technology drives Healthcare more than any other force and in the future it will continue to develop in dramatic ways. While we can glimpse and debate the details of future trends in Healthcare, we need to clear about the device so we can align with then and actively work to ensure the best outcomes for society as whole. The principle of patients safety is fundamental to any modern health care system in the world today. It seeks to ensure that patients get adequate. India is in rank 42 in health care system also India is in 66.25 in Healthcare index. Bioethics is the study of the typically controversial ethical issues emerging from New situations and possibilities brought about by advances in biology and medicine. Biosafety is the prevention of large scale loss of biological interigity, focusing both on ecology and human health. In the last century, there have been a number of developments in medicine that have revolutionized field of medical practice. This has made it possible to when a health care provider overseas a patient health disagreements about treatment decisions can pose ethical dilemmas for Healthcare professionals. In health care system there are growing concerns about ethical issues lack of knowledge and practice of medical ethics has led to legal suits against Healthcare.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 3, Page 3948 - 3952


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