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Health crisis: There is a shortage in pediatrics, clinics and general medicine. I know

Health crisis: There is a shortage in pediatrics, clinics and general medicine.  I know

According to health officials, fewer and fewer doctors are opting to specialize Topics considered “critical” to the health system -such as pediatrics, clinics and general medicine-, and this sector “deficits are part of a global trend.”

According to experts, the fact is due to several factors, among which are, “Low pay, moonlight, high levels of stress and a penchant for medical careers are more linked to “industry”,

In the Ministry of Health of the Province of Buenos Aires They observe the problem “with concern” And he assured that they are evaluating “new strategies to reverse the trend.”

“In allotment of houses in September, we offered 2,136 vacancies, of which 1,117 covered, more than half, 52 per cent. The biggest reduction occurred in pediatrics, clinics and general medicine”, confirmed the Under Secretary of Information Management, Permanent Education and Supervision of the Buenos Aires Ministry of Health, leticia seriani,

A clear example is the Sor Maria Ludovica Children’s Hospital in La Plata, one of the most important reference health centers in pediatrics in the country. there, Of the 25 residency vacancies that occurred every year, only four were filled.,

“There is a situation The crisis that is global in relation to health workers who choose to devote themselves to specialties that are not most essential and important to the health system. There is a misconception because specialists are the ones who should be referred by doctors who have a more comprehensive view of the individual,” Ceriani explained.

“It is concerned with many things, but above all There is a question of the market, as the chosen discipline is ultimately the most closely related to the medical industry.“, I’ll see.

It should be noted that weeks ago, the provincial government introduced new rules for residents that included Historical demand for improvement in employment conditions of doctors which are in that instance of formation.

“Residents are the engine of the health system and the previous regulation – from 2001 – had become obsolete,” Ceriani said. The main amendments include the inclusion of retirement contributions to the Social Security Institution (IPS) along with wage bonuses, in a total of about 80 articles, so as not to be hit with pay waivers; the sum of one plus per guard; Reduction in shifts from 24 to 12 hours and working days, ending on Saturday. In addition, residency is no longer incompatible with teaching and research functions.

Also this week it was announced that professionals doing residency will be exempted from payment of medical funds.which represents an indirect incrementCeriani said. And he elaborated: “We are working on projects to offer full-time work to make up for the loss of moonshine.”

with all that, from The Buenos Aires Ministry of Health wants to increase interest in housing, although they stress the need to integrate these public policies at the country level. As part of a health systems integration project. “When we talk about the integration of the health system, we say that residents of the whole country should share equal pay and employment status in all provinces, as well as the competition between the courts at the time of the decision. Refrain from.”

Tomorrow, the Ministry of Health of Buenos Aires opened for the first time Re-fixation of fee for accommodation in hospitals and health establishments More health professionals will be able to sign up by tomorrow, October 28, with the benefits of the new arrangement. (DIB)

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