"...what matters most is the patients..."
Fabiola Cesar, Nursing Student
TranscriptThe Philosophy of Healthcare is the study of the Caregivers, the Patients, and the moral ethics behind it all. It’s primarily consumed with questions like, “Does prayer really help the process of healing? Or how about what the basis should be when determining healthcare cost?" Ultimately, the goal is to combine the knowledge, the critical thinking and the life experience to understand the Philosophy of Healthcare. In conclusion, it is important to understand the thought process of the doctors, nurses, insurances companies, Medicaid and Medicare. And lastly the patients. The ones who we care for, the ones on the other end of our stethoscopes, the ones we fight to cure; At the end of the day, the voice that matters most is the PATIENTS. They are the philosophy of healthcare!
Updated: January 10, 2011 - 12:24pm - by Yvette Saliba