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Presidente colegio de medicos

#interview with dr. wilson tenorio, president of the cacm

The Andalusian Council of Medical Associations (CACM) held a meeting in Malaga on Tuesday to analyze the situation of private medicine in Andalusia, with the aim of promoting support for the exercise of free competition, so that it can promote free and private practice doctors can negotiate, compete economically in the sector, and can see their work recognized “without abusive interventions by the intermediaries”.

At present, 13,118 registered physicians practicing in Andalusia practice in the field of private medicine, either exclusively or mixed, representing 36% of active physicians in the autonomous community. They have been filing a series of complaints and claims against “potentially abusive behavior” on the part of itermediary agents, with the aim of achieving market and competence freedom.

Discurso del Dr. Cosme Naveda, presidente del Colegio de

María Álvarez Nájera resultado , estudiante de sexto curso de Medicina de la Universidad de Navarra, ha ganado el V concurso de Casos Clínicos Ético-Deontológicos organizado por el colegio de Médicos de Navarra en colaboración con la Facultad de Medicina. El premio, dotado con 600 euros, ha reconocido su trabajo realizado en el caso “Epilepsia y conducción: ¿cómo debe actuar el médico?”.

El presidente del Liceo, Rafael Teijeira, y la decana de la Facultad, Marta Ferrer, entregaron los premios el pasado 11 de octubre con motivo de la recepción a los alumnos de la Universidad de Navarra, que se celebra anualmente con el fin de dar a conocer los servicios que ofrece el Liceo de Médicos y a los que ya pueden acceder como precolegiados.

En esta ocasión, el segundo premio, dotado con 300 euros, ha recaído en el caso “Aprender a tratar cuando no se puede curar”, elaborado por los alumnos José Carlos Román, Marina López De Dicastillo, Esther Luján y Paula Spang. También se concedió un premio de 150 euros al trabajo de grado “La adecuación del esfuerzo terapéutico, un frágil equilibrio”, de Leyre Ochoa, Olivia Varo, Beatriz Vázquez y Ana Vega.

Interview with Víctor Álvarez, president of the Medical Association of

In the 18th century, the medical community saw the need to come to an agreement and work in unison, grouped and protected by a new institution that would be at their service. At the request of the famous surgeon Antonio Gimbernat y Arbós, in 1780, King Carlos III ordered the creation of the Royal College of Surgery of San Carlos, as already existed in Cadiz and Barcelona.

In 1781, the architect Francisco Sabatini was commissioned to build it in the area between Antón Martín and Puerta de Atocha, where several hospitals were concentrated at the time: General Hospital, Amor de Dios Hospital and La Pasión Women’s Hospital. Initially, the Royal College was located in the basement of the General Hospital, where two infirmaries were set up for teaching.

However, this project never saw the light of day and it was not until May 12, 1831, when King Ferdinand VII granted the old Hospital de La Pasión to the new building, commissioned on this occasion to its main architect, Isidro González Velázquez, and whose works would last until 1840 (with the collaboration of the architect Tiburcio Pérez Cuervo).

Víctor Álvarez, President of the College of Physicians

Dr. Guillermo Tirado, Dr. Williams Bithoney, Dr. Olga Rodriguéz (President – Dean Ponce School of Medicine), Dr. Eduardo Ibarra (President College of Surgeons of Puerto Rico), Dr. Victor Marcial, Dr. Enrique Vázquez Quintana (Former Secretary of Health).

The report also described some objectives of stage 2. The ability to exchange secure messages with patients has increased substantially, from 28% of physicians in 2011 to 40% of them in 2012.

In the U.S., major medical plans have begun a policy of selecting provider networks operating on EHR platforms, which allows for accurate metrics and reporting that results in better premiums and better utilization, increasing the so-called “Dollar Prima.” These economies are shared with the provider networks described above.

Some of these medical groups have acquired a degree of infrastructure that allows them, in some cases, to operate under the Accountable Care Organization (ACO) concept. These new entities, from 2010 to the present day, represent the vehicle where about 31 million US citizens receive medical services through entities where the physician plays a primary role and sees improved payment for their services based on quality measures.