CHARTSaaS-built apps can help restore commitment to Hippocratic Oath

“Younger physicians may have less faith in the Hippocratic Oath, which has a patient focus, because they feel it no longer holds in today’s healthcare environment in which many needs compete for their attention. According to the poll, only 12 percent of physicians under age 34 said they were always able to put patients first, compared to 40 percent of physicians age 65 and older. Many younger physicians also indicated they felt the oath’s patient focus added to burnout. Forty-seven percent of physicians ages 34 and under felt the oath contributes to burnout compared to 27 percent of those over age 65, according to the report.”

The foregoing excerpt from the article entitled Millennial physicians opting out of the Hippocratic Oath in favor of alternatives by Emily Rappleye in the June 5 issue of Becker’s Hospital Review (, describes the waning enthusiasm of young physicians for the particulars of the Hippocratic Oath and their commitment to it. To the extent that this trend and current status are attributable to the increasing pressures of time and clinical complexity, exacerbated by increasing EHR system medical record management requirements and diminishing medical school curriculum emphasis on patient history and physical education and training; information technology (IT) solutions compliant with the Cloud Healthcare Appliance Real-TIme Solution as a Service (CHARTSaaS) reference architecture (RA) can contribute significantly to reversal of this trend and to improvement in the economy, efficiency and effectiveness of medical care.

Please validate to your own satisfaction the proposition that a CHARTSaaS RA-compliant IT solution can facilitate this reversal and improvement by reading the white paper at and then by reviewing the details of CHARTSaaS™ and the CHARTSaaS RA™ in these presentations:

Healthcare providers will benefit significantly from appreciating and then applying a CHARTSaaS RA-compliant IT solution. To do so will mitigate medical mistakes (currently the third leading cause of patient deaths. per Makaray and Daniel (re; thereby minimizing patient adverse events and optimizing clinical case outcomes while maximizing the cost-effectiveness of care and treatment, and also accelerating the accrual and facilitating the application of medical knowledge.

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