How Charity Helps The Health Care System

When the financial resources of a patient are low, hospitals and special healthcare organizations offer free help as a part of their charity program. The goal of the charity projects is to increase the accessibility of medical care to those who live near or below the poverty line, to provide treatment in a timely manner, and to ensure the early diagnosis of disease. It’s worth mentioning that early diagnosis is crucial, especially for those in need, because it can help them avoid considerable healthcare expenditures in future. 

The charity foundations have several areas of activities besides providing money grants. One such activity is promoting healthy lifestyles. Unhealthy eating habits and a sedentary way of life are the main causes of many costly, but preventable diseases. That is why the advocacy of a healthy lifestyle is vitally important. Secondly, charity organizations encourage those prominent doctors who provide charity help with the facilities they need and they establish a dialogue be-tween hospitals, charity foundations, and the government. Thus, if a charity organization wants to help patients, it has to meet certain government-mandated requirements. In turn, the government subsidizes charity organizations in order to relieve the bureaucratic strain on hospitals. If the government wants to increase access to health care, it should try to reform the healthcare system in a way that removes any obstacles that prevent charity foundations from successfully functioning. 

Crowdfunding is also one of the principal aims of charity organizations. They run fundraising platforms (both online and offline), negotiate with donors, and, if such an approach is needed, unite efforts with other charity organizations in order to maximize funding. Charity foundations also train doctors and medical staff on how to work with disadvantaged people, how to recognize their needs, and how to satisfy those needs. Finally, charity foundations provide humanitarian aid. Not only do they raise money to purchase costly medical equipment that can save hundreds of lives, but they also organize roundtables and gatherings where healthcare workers discuss their experiences and how to improve the wellbeing of their patients.

Charity organizations are becoming increasingly important in helping disadvantaged groups gain access to the healthcare they need. This contribution is significant and should be supported by both the population and the government. Aryana Health Care Foundation leaders Julia Hashemieh, Bobby Sarnevesht, and Javad Zolfagahri, believe that all people, regardless of income, should receive proper medical care. We strive to deliver the needed help for you and your loved ones. Aryana Health Care Foundation works to make healthcare affordable and accessible when times are difficult. Our doctors will carefully explain every detail of your treatment process. We will make sure you feel comfortable and protected. 

 

The Importance of Doctor-Patient Communication in the Recovery Process

        It seems that the very first criterion in choosing the doctor would be their professionalism and the record of successful cases. However, those who were unfortunate enough to end up in the hands of a doctor who cannot establish the connection with the patient know that communication is the key. The fundament of successful treatment is the trustworthy relations between doctor and patient, and the cornerstone of this includes support, understanding, compassion, and respect.

       The primary goal of doctor-patient communication is to lessen patient’s inner anxieties that can impair the rehabilitation while providing with the best cure. The doctor has to be able to interpret the complexity of medical procedures in an easy and comprehensible way. Consequently, the patient has to obtain all information about the state of his/her health. Nevertheless, the ability to talk to a patient is crucial not only for the comforting. Skilled professional knows that meticulously elaborated anamnesis is critical in establishing the diagnosis. Thus, establishing a dialogue is the part of doctor’s essential skills. The doctor has to know how to ask patient correct questions to pull out the information that can be useful in the understanding the patient’s needs. That is why the success in the recovery process is determined by the combination of the technological progress and human communication.

       The term of Good Doctor encompasses not only professionalism in the field, deep knowledge, and skills, the good doctor is also someone who knows how to talk to patients. Managers of Aryana Health Care Foundation: Bobby Sarnevesht, Julia Hashemieh, and Javad Zolfagahri understand like no one other that every person necessitates the individual approach. Hence, not only we can guarantee that all the medical procedures will be accomplished with the medical accuracy, we can assure that our doctors will hear all your needs and will address them carefully.

The Importance of Ethical Approach in building Doctor-Patient Relations for the Recovery Process at Aryana Health Care Foundation

       

   Even though at first glance medical ethic seems to be a topic of inapplicable philosophical theories, we face its direct consequences during every visit to doctor’s office. The way our doctor is representing themselves and what role they give to us in the decision-making is the result of these theories in action. The modern ethical code recognizes four basic models of doctor-patient relations: informative, paternal, interpretative, and deliberative. Each model has its own peculiarities and has proven the varying level of effectiveness in different situations. However, the key feature of a successful doctor is an ability to combine and adjust all four models together depending on patient’s health condition, personality, and the system of beliefs. 

            Establishing a connection and model of communication with the doctor is the very first thing that patient does stepping into doctor’s office. Patients tend to believe that doctor has to remain impartial in order to demonstrate his or her professionalism. However, we in Aryana Heath Care Foundation know that the key component for successful treatment is the empathy and compassion that are the pillars of the professionalism in the medical industry. That is why only those doctors who fully understand the patient’s emotional and physical needs have a chance to win the patient’s trust.  

            Searching for a doctor who would be capable of fully addressing all patient's necessities is a challenging and exhausting endeavor. Though only such doctor, who meets all the requirements, can elaborate the successful treatment plan. The fundament for the efficient treatment is a professionalism of the doctor, effectiveness of the applied medical technology, and the patient's engagement in the own treatment process. However, it is also utterly important the atmosphere of complete crystal clear understanding between doctor and patient. The physician has to be able to encourage a patient to the active involvement in his or her own rehabilitation path. A person who came seeking for help is inherently is the vulnerable position, so this encouragement has to be gentle and caring. Thus, the doctor's primal responsibility would be to create the environment of care and understanding. The patients who feel themselves comfortable face-to-face to their doctor are more willing to share health-related personal information that can be crucial in diagnosis establishing. If the patient feels that doctor is ready to help, he or she will be more eager to cooperate in the recovery. Therefore, in order to get this type of relations, a doctor has to demonstrate the readiness to listen and, what is more important, to understand. The patient has to feel respected as an individual, and only this can be a basis for the strong connection that can benefit in further treatment. 

            The current ethical paradigm offers doctors four types of relations that can be formed with the patient. The first one, informative model, relies more on the facts than on patient's personal values. According to this model, the clear thing that patient lacks is facts. That is why the first goal of a doctor is to eliminate the lack of factual information for the patient. The physician plays the role of an expert in the field that offers a solution that is more relevant in the industry, though he or she does not take into account patient's personal values. Here patient has the complete autonomy in the decision-making process and the doctor is not supposed to interfere.

            The paternal model relies mostly on what doctor believes to be the best treatment for the patients. According to this model, the doctor provides the patient with all the necessary information about the state of patient's health, discusses treatment alternatives, while encouraging a patient to choose a treatment that doctor is considering to be the most effective. This model is built on the basement of complete trust on doctor's decisions. Thus, even though the patient makes the final decision about the treatment plan, the whole communicative pattern used presumes the delegation of responsibility for the decision-making process to the doctor. 

            Interpretative model is one of the most discussed today. Using this model the doctor is estimating the needs and values of patients and tries to offer the solution that matches these values the best. The physician gives the patients all the information about the possible risks and benefits of the particular treatment plan. The whole decision making is based on the doctor’s reconstruction of the complete psychological portrait of the patient. Thus, in this model, the final offer belongs to doctors and their best knowledge.

            Deliberative model is based on the physician understanding of the patient's health-related values. Unlike other models, a deliberative model does not consider a patient as a whole with all their system of beliefs and takes into account only those values that are connected to the medical sphere. Here, the doctor is supposed to suggest the patients follow some particular values that are more beneficial than others. In other words, the doctor provides patient with the guidance of what values have more worthiness and importance in this particular case. However, while adjusting treatment course according to patient values, the doctor has also promoted healthy habits for the patient, especially if the current state of affairs can be harmful to patient's life. Thus, the physician has to alert the patient about all the possible threat that current values may pose to his or her health. Though such approach might seem paternalistic, it is inevitable in the situations when patients lack a scientific evidence base. 

            Aryana Health Care Foundation professionals embrace the approach that combines all four mentioned models. We understand that every patient is a carrier of a unique life experience and moral values, that is why methods that proved to be effective with one person, can ultimately fail with someone else. That is why our doctors adhere to the individual approach that fulfills all the patients' needs and take into account the background of every person.

             Aryana Health Care Foundation staff will make sure that all your requirements are met, and you receive the best possible treatment. Julia Hashemieh, Bobby Sarnevesht, and Javad Zolfagahri are deeply convinced that every patient of Aryana Health Care Foundation is under their personal responsibility and that is why you can trust us with your life.

Providing Free or Low-Cost Medical Care to the Indigent People

Accessibility of the healthcare is a topic causing hot discussions within all the layers of the American society. The problem partly escalated within the last years after the adoption of new changes in the law that substantially altered the system and money distribution inside it. Accessibility of the healthcare for the most vulnerable also reveals the philosophical and ethical paradigm of the country, that is why it is pivotal to have a sophisticated approach forth both government and a society that would take into account interests of all the groups.        

Indigent people may face with several obstacles that may constrain them from getting proper medical support facilities.  The most powerful and consequently the most difficult to overcome are the lack of money and information. The level of health awareness and the access to the relevant information among poor are inexcusably low. Therefore, the fundamental principle of preventive medicine when the disease can be prevented or, at worst, jugulated is not working, because people do not know which symptoms ring the alarm of their good health. The annual physician examination frequently ignored, and high costs of diagnostic procedures constrain a potential patient from being forewarned in time about the dangers to his or her health.     

Poverty and social isolation are the main reasons for inequality among the population. Such interrelation creates the vicious cycle of low income and inaccessibility to the basic human right to receive proper treatment. Paradoxically, but poverty is both the reason and outcome of poor health. The high medical bills that consume all salary leaving no chance to invest the money into education, which in turn can contribute to a better well-paid job. Thus, a person finds him or herself tied to the low-income non-qualified jobs giving no hope for a better future. 

While utmost relying on the bureaucracy of the Healthcare system, helping poor is the matter of personal choice of each of us. The system might be enormously big and sluggish to move, though we have real power in our hands. Subsequently, this cannot withhold us from making an attempt to make the world a better place today.   

Taking into account everything mentioned above, despite the diversity of the healthcare support programs in American Healthcare system, the steps that government takes should be consistent to prevent the dramatic fluctuation in its efficacy. Being highly dependent on economic conditions, Healthcare system has to address all the needs of the impoverished as it indicates the country ethical values. However, we should not forget that people are more powerful than the government, thus, helping others should be our everyday choice. Bobby Sarnevesht, Julia Hashemieh, and Javad Zolfagahri believe that even smallest donation can make and will make a difference for the most vulnerable. And while politicians are fighting, we can start changing the world now.

Professional Nursing Help in AHCF

It is impossible to be ready when a disease strikes you or someone of your family. The illness challenges not only the patient but also the close ones who often feel helpless and lost. Unfortunately, following growing anxiety may interfere with the rehabilitation process and impair the positive outcome of the medical treatment. That is why it is crucial for the hospital team to be able to guarantee patient and the relatives with the facilitative environment not only for the medical treatment but for the relevant psychological support. Our team of highly skilled nurses of Aryana Health Care Foundation (AHCF) devoted their lives to provide the most efficient and professional health care on the market.    

AHCF nursing staff covers not only doctor-to-doctor and doctor-to-patient communication, but it also grants patient ’s families with the support to understand the nature of the disease in order to eliminate the isolation and the fear of the unknown. Once the diagnosis is clear and the treatment plan is developed, our team will do their best to accompany you on the way to the complete recovery providing you with all the conditions needed to follow doctor’s prescriptions accurately. The AHCF nursing specialists will teach family and a patient how to cope with the illness to make the rehabilitation process easier. Our nurses aim to establish the deep connection and create the atmosphere of trust with each patient individually. The ability to address the particular needs of every person is the cornerstone of our work and our main market advantage.

The healthcare specialists of AHCF are one of the best professionals in the industry. Our trained and highly skilled team of nurses knows the patient recovery process inside out. Aryana Health Foundation, established by Julia Hashemieh, Bobby Sarnevesht, Javad Zolfagahri, is committed to the quality service that ensures the quality of patient's life.