In The US Emergency Care System: Article Analysis

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In The US Emergency Care System: Meeting Everyday Acute Care Needs While Being Ready for Disasters, Nicole Lurie, Gregg S. Margolis, and Kristin L. Rising, state important points to why an Emergency Room should only be utilized as Urgent Care. The article was written as part of research an attempt to improve better outcomes in Emergency Departments. They are in search of a suitable action plan to suit both the non emergent and emergent situations. This paper will review the authors purpose to why an Emergency Department should be used to why it should not along with issues that arise and make things difficult to accomplish a perfect working system.
The US Emergency Care System recaps the Boston marathon Bombing in 2013. It briefly describes
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I can honestly say that I agree with the majority of the article, but disagree that we will be able to meet in the middle. Every year laws change to empower the community which is great, but when will they use the law to empower the staff, to be treated with respect, to utilize the Emergency department as it is meant to be. When will they see that the staff has to work around patients that either abuse the system because the EMTALA act allows them to. When patients abuse the system they don’t realize how expensive it is to just sit in a room that often can not afford the bill and the rates increase, others end up pay for it. No matter how hard we try to find the perfect Emergency care system we will never find the appropriate level of care because disaster are never the same the preparedness changes we learn from every disaster to prepare for the next, but we never know when it will happen. Acts and laws constantly change that it makes it difficult to to find the perfect system. Most importantly we need to start by utilizing the ED, Urgent care appropriate so we can be prepared when the time is

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