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Abstract

A Method for Founding of Lab Examination in Online Medical Care Systems (www.hooshdar .com)

Introduction: Online Medicare is a method in which parts of a medical process-whether its diagnostics, monitoring or the treatment itself will be done by using online services. At the first step the students registered for using the system. They participated in estimating depression scale, anxiety scale and clinical interview by online medical care system. Then the lab examination tests were performed on persons specified by the system. The lab examinations include: serum level of vitamin D3&4, serum level of vitamin B125&6, fasting blood sugar7&8, HbA1c7&8, thyroid function tests9&10 and CBC. All of the students were solely treated by vitamins or minerals therapy and/or treatment of medical problem (such as hypothyroidism).

Methodology: To find a method for founding of lab examination, we implemented the system in a high school in deprived area, a lower middle class state high school, and in two above average state high schools and in an above average private high school. The ones who needed lab examination and who could pay for it were compared in societies with deferent socioeconomic situations. Both the ability of paying for operating this system (7$) and for performing lab examination (17$) were compared in different societies. Results: According to Spearman’s test there is no significant difference between the lab examination among groupsin relation to total participants (students) in different socioeconomic situation (Need test 0.2<2). Despite socioeconomic differences Thus government budget can be same in any neighborhood for operating this system (7$), According to mean differences (m=129.74500) it’s observed there is a huge meaningful differences between (lower middle class neighborhoods&deprived area) and above average neighborhoods in pay for lab examination. Thus government budget (17$) must be different in any region and it’s based on their Richmond characteristics.

Conclusion: According to results, the government can allocate equal budget for operating this system in societies with different socioeconomic situation, but payment for lab examination must be different. In the high school in deprived area founding forlab examination is absolutely necessary, in the high school in lower middle class neighborhood founding for lab examination is partially necessary, and the students who should be credited for lab examination can be introduced by the principals of high schools. In the state or private high schools in above average neighborhoods the ones that could pay for lab examination were more than the participants who were chosen by the system, thus founding for lab examination in this area is not necessary


Author(s):

Mahsa Houshdar, Seyed Mehdi Samimi, Ardestani MD, Seyed Saeed Sadr MD



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