The Deputy Director of the Medical System Organization said that the interests of state doctors are guaranteed in the referral system, not the monitoring system: the purpose of the family doctor legislation and the referral system
People should feel safe and calm, to reduce induction costs, for treatment to take its final course, so that people’s satisfaction is also higher; But it seems that these things will not be achieved in the current situation.
According to informantsDr. Rangbarzadeh, who spoke about the rights of family doctors in a radio program, said: The family doctor program, which began in 1402, is linked to the same family doctor program that was implemented in the provinces of Fars and Mazandaran.
He added: Family doctors had fixed and fixed salaries. But now their income depends on the number of clients they refer to a general practitioner or specialist through the referral system.
The representative of the Medical System Organization said: It is possible that the goals of the legislator will not be achieved in this plan. Because first of all, people have to refer to health care providers and then to general and specialist doctors, and secondly, the doctor’s receipt often depends on the number of clients and will not have special and private encouragement, control and care methods.
Rangparzadeh said: We were looking for a large population to be under healthcare control under the heading of family physicians and possibly referrals if necessary.
Referring to the goals of the legislator with regard to the family doctor and the referral system, he said: The goal was for people to feel safe and calm, the cost of incitement will be reduced, and treatment will take its final course until people are satisfied. be higher. But it seems that these things will not be achieved in the current situation.
The doctor’s interests are guaranteed in the referral system, not the monitoring system, said the medical system’s representative: having a large population made available to a doctor and ensuring their health is now not only possible in the family medicine programme; It also increases government expenditures.
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