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2018-05-08

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Herwig Peter Hofer, Franz Josef Seibert, Regina Gatternig, Helmut Hofbauer

ABSTRACT

The occupational image of physicians is an ongoing subject of change as a consequence of accumulating regulations, obligations and efficiency dictates within the health care sector in recent years. Permanent economization standards and a mounting juridification process in recent years has transformed medical practice from a healing culture to a service sector. Nowadays treatments are offered in terms of complete packages to ensure juridical protectionism and strictly evidence-based medicine. However, research establishes basics and redefines standards continuously in a way that published knowledge becomes basically unlimited. The individual knowledge has thereby its natural limits in staying on track. It is an illusion that humans might be capable of processing the published scientific knowledge. Medical action on the other hand is widely expected to be conducted in accordance with contemporary medical science and the rules of medical arts. Logical consequence: A medical specialist with average capacities is nowhere near able to practice totally within science-oriented standards nor able to anticipate the risk probabilities of treatment outcomes in the scope of obligation rules to inform patients—organic life deviates from causality. In a juridically dominated medical field, profiteers are primarily systemic third parties and serious concerns arise that a growing implementation of defensive medicine will be rather driven by formal law than by patient wellbeing. More... »

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92-97

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