杭州艾玛妇产医院

Conception and Delivery of Patient Centered Care

Source :      Pubdate : 2012/11/14 8:56:00      Author :

   In a world of choices, it's becoming increasingly difficult to determine exactly what is going to deliver the level of quality, service, and performance that discriminating customers expect to receive. This is especially true when you're dealing with critical services in a field that's evolving as aggressively as China's modern healthcare industry. Without a doubt, the recent boom in private healthcare facilities and their range of offerings is shaping the wave of the future. While most of us do what we can to avoid being in the hospital in the first place, things happen unexpectedly sometimes. Unfortunately for many unwitting candidates, even the uninitiated can discern that there are already countless public hospitals dotting the landscape across the country today, with one detail becoming painfully obvious to anyone who actually does drop in to any one of these facilities. To put it simply, the system has been burdened to the brink of overload... and don't forget to bring a favorite book with you when you take a seat in the public hospital lobby, because you're going to be waiting for a while.

  Professional trend watchers and savvy entrepreneurs have been paying close attention to this bulging bottleneck for some time. Nowadays there's a wellspring of clinics and full-blown medical compounds that are focused with laser-sharpness on one key principle that most other hospitals seem to have forgotten about entirely: It's all about the customer, and it's also becoming more about slowing things down a bit, to ensure that patients and their families don't feel like they are being hastened through a process that has been designed to mimic the grim organizational efficiency of a global chain of fast-food burger joints.

  Hangzhou AIMA Maternity Hospital has been shaking things up lately, and as the latest name to emerge on the scene as a premier private healthcare facility in Hangzhou offering a full range of core services, the facility boasts offerings that not only includes maternity, gynecological, and women's wellness, but also a more focused set of services that include family planning, pre- and post-natal education for parents and their families, and western nutrition that includes customized menu planning and food preparation that caters to the needs of a variety of clients from countries around the world.

  Patient-Centered International Services
 

  One of the biggest items on the lists of most expats who look for quality healthcare in China is the one that seems to be raised within the first 30 seconds of the conversation: “Is it safe to have a baby in China?” Assuaging fears and educating expecting parents on the ins and outs of all things maternity-related can be enough of a task, but add to that the element of mystery that surrounds insurance companies who won't cooperate with Chinese clinics; a swathe of official papers and other obstacles that obstruct progress; and the overall perception of service standards in China, which don't always evoke comfort in customers who need to know that their case is being given high priority, let alone any kind of priority at all.

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