Healthcare and Veneto and Trentino models. They match and go to individuals – Chronicle

Trento. Wards are in trouble, doctors flee, waiting lists are extremely long, resorts to cooperatives and citizens are “forced” to turn to individuals for a fee (which is imposed by the public body on onerous agreements).

We are talking about the case of Veneto, but also about the case of Trentino. Because the “Zia model” can easily be superimposed on the Fugatti-Segnana-Ferro-Ruscitti model.

We deal with it by publishing a publication by the Venetian doctor, Laura Frego. It was re-launched today on Facebook by several health workers in Trentino, because it was also posted by Emilio Arici, former head of gynecology in Santa Chiara, a respected and listening person.

So what does an indictment look like? there he is. She tries to read it by replacing the word “Venetian” with “Trentino”. Didactic exercise.

“How do you politically move from a public health system to a private one without telling the citizens? How do you close departments while pretending not to close them, as Zaya does in Veneto?”

You do it a little bit at a time. You can do this by forcing professionals to pay for insurance themselves, so you cut those expenses.

Then you don’t hire employees when needed.

Then don’t pay overtime or purchase a service by saying you’ll pay it later.

Meanwhile, doctors find themselves spending money on insurance, no longer paying overtime, and less and less doing the same job covering 24 hours every day.

Then give directions as in a factory, and demand a visit every ten minutes when it takes at least twenty, on average, to have time to say good morning and good evening.

Patients are unhappy because they wait, get nervous, attack low-paid doctors or even with unpaid hours, with impossible shifts, nervous and aggressive patients suing for thousands of reasons and your company doesn’t cover you. And you go for the legal fees.

Queues get longer, people get private.

Meanwhile, the region is making agreements with the private sector to help it. So doctors realize they get paid twice as much for the same job elsewhere without 10 nights a month or 2 vacations out of 4.

In all of this, there are very few doctors because repression prevents fresh graduates from specializing.

At a certain point, between the periods of retirement and demobilization, you no longer had doctors and the ward disappeared, such as the gynecologist in Piove di Sacco or the pediatrician in Camposampiero. I slowly cut out local services, outsourcing the barns so as not to hire new nurses. You are hurting the population and many newly graduated nurses go to England or Germany. Or they go to the private sector which is growing slowly as the public sector diminishes.

This was Luca Zaya’s management strategy for the Veneto Health System. And they were not random events, he is a man too clever to accuse him of impotence, it was his choice, which the majority share in the Veneto. However, what I am not sure of is that the citizens of Veneto voted for him convinced that he would have done all this.”

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