Interprofessionalism In Healthcare

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As we are living in a new era were technology has expanded enormously, the healthcare system have also encounter new changes. A new vision for health care professionals has emerge to provide patient the best outcome for their treatment plan. Interprofessionalism is based on two or more health profession working together to provide and facilitate the best patient care. (Menken, 2016). With this new proposal all health care professionals will be able to collaborate with each other to mutually provide their knowledge, skills, and attribute to support the contribution of all personnel involve to obtain greater results for patients (Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center , 2016). Before this vision existed patient needed to visit their primary …show more content…
This will help healthcare professionals to visual and understand the concept of pain and suffering patients go through with their health conditions and it will initiate new method to address their necessities. In this new environment patient will be able to go to a practice were he/she will be evaluated by the entire team of medical doctors without having to repeat the same information to different specialties and having the same test done multiple times. This will not only assure patients that they are being evaluated by different staff with highly level of expertise, but it will also give the patient a sing of relief that different professionals are working in collaboration to better serve its induvial needs, it will also allow patient to trust medical professionals as they gather and prepare more concrete and well formulate outcome. …show more content…
Physical Therapist work with patients to alleviate pain, regain or increase ROM, strength, balance, coordination, they all treat a variety of patients with different conditions such as, vertigo, Parkinson, neuromuscular problems, diabetes, arthritis, etc. . Contrary to Physical Therapy Orthopedist Surgeon treat both chronic and acute pain by performing surgery. Orthopedic Surgeon turn to surgical solutions for the majority of the injuries they encounter, one of the most common procedure they perform are Arthroscopy which is used to treat joint disease, treatment can also involve, cast, splints, and

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