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Editorial - (2021) Volume 0, Issue 0

Impact of Primary Care on Health Care

Melanie Larson*

Department of Healthcare, Columbia University School of Nursing, New York, USA

*Corresponding Author:
Melanie Larson
Department of Healthcare
Columbia University School of Nursing
New York, USA

Received Date: November 01, 2021; Accepted Date: November 16, 2021; Published Date: November 23, 2021

Citation: Larson M (2021) Impact of Primary Care on Health Care. J Health Commun Vol.6 No.S5:e003.

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Basic care is daily health care provided by your healthcare provider. This provider typically acts as the first contact and key point of further patient care within the healthcare system, coordinating care by other professionals that the patient may need. Patients are usually treated by specialists such as family doctors, medical assistants, and nurses. In some areas, such specialists can be nurses, pharmacists, clinicians, or Ayurvedic or other traditional practitioners. Patients are referred to secondary or tertiary care, depending on their health status.

Primary Care provides much of personal health care, builds lasting partnerships with patients, and has integrated access by physicians and their health teams responsible for practicing in the context of family and community. Providing healthcare services care is people-centric, team-focused, communityfocused, and aimed at achieving better health, better care, and lower costs.

General practitioners diagnose the cause of the problem (biological, behavioural, or social), organ system, or diagnosis. In addition, primary care includes health promotion, disease prevention, health maintenance, counseling, patient education, diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic diseases in various medical facilities (offices, inpatients, intensive care, long-term care, home care, etc.) is included. Primary care is provided and managed by your physician, who works with other health care professionals to provide consultation and referrals as needed. Primary care provides patient advocacy in the healthcare system to provide cost-effective and impartial care through the coordination of healthcare services. Primary care promotes effective communication with patients and their families and encourages them and their families to become health care partners.

The GP's practice provides the patient as a gateway to the medical system and as a point of contact for all necessary medical services. General practice gives patients quick access to their doctor and medical team. This includes personal and family, continuous, inclusive and equal, team-oriented and collaborative, coordinated and integrated, accessible and high quality care. The general practitioner's practice meets the needs of patients with differentiated and undifferentiated problems and addresses most of their concerns.

Primary Care Practice

Primary care practices are generally located in the communities in which they serve, thereby providing access to healthcare while maintaining a variety of professional and institutional counseling and referral relationships for specific care needs. Make it easy. The structure of a family doctor's practice often involves a team of doctors and other medical professionals. No one wants to feel like a number in a huge impersonal system, especially when it comes to being as important as caring for one's health.

The general practitioner's practice style is such that an individual general practitioner acts as a gateway to the medical and health needs of essentially all patients, without being limited by the cause, organ system, or diagnosis of the problem. Primary care providers devote the majority of their practice to providing primary care services to a defined population of patients. Such a provider is trained to provide primary care services. The primary care provider is the advocate of the patient and coordinates the use of the entire healthcare system for the benefit of the patient.