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A Critical Review; The Quest of Clinical Pharmacist in Pakistan Government Hospital, References USA and China Hospital Setting, to Salvage the Public Health Problems like Diabetes

Author(s): Chen Dingding, Muhammad Abbas

Objective: The objective of this review mainly is to discuss about health care delivery system of Pakistan in comparison to PR China and USA together with their policies followed by the important role of Clinical pharmacist to provide good health care services that may decrease diabetes prevalence and some recommendations to improve healthcare structure. Methods: A literature search in Pub Med, Cochrane, Embase, Google scholar and Official government websites were performed. Conclusion: Access to good health care system can exerts positive effect on economic and social progression in any country including Pakistan. The public health status need to be addressed through various set of policy tools constituting short and long term measures to secure improved health outcomes. So far about 387 million diabetes cases have been reported worldwide, 37 million diabetic patients are from the IDF MENA Region, where Pakistan is a member. In 2014 records, Pakistan has 6.9 million cases of diabetes. The team work of Clinical pharmacists and physicians in the hospital under the same purpose to ameliorate and follow the treatment of patient can reduced the public health crisis in Pakistan. The Government of Pakistan needs to introduce clinical pharmacist in government hospitals in order to improve and provide better health status to its citizenry. Recommendation: Government needs to introduce clinical pharmacist in government hospital and effectively deploying human resource to grow the career of pharmacy professionals. Proper implementation of Nationalhealth policy and appropriate utilization of Government funds to be provided universally to keep proper functioning of good health care. Government should introduce Clinical pharmacist in the public health sector and board in making decision about alarming diseases including diabetes.


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