The New York State Neurology Association has issued a warning to its membership, as new information has emerged about how to get the best possible outcomes from their services.
The association says it has received a series of reports that it believes could cause problems with the quality of the information being shared by the New Zealand branch of the association.
The information is “fraught with danger” for the profession, said Dr David Cunliffe, the association’s executive director.
The New Zealand neurology association, known as NWEA, is also the primary source of information about neurological procedures in New Zealand, and the association is working with the NWEH to investigate what happened to the data.
“As the New South Wales branch of NWE, NWE-NZ has received an increasing number of reports from individuals concerned about the accuracy and quality of information that is being shared with us by the NNEAs,” said Dr Cunlliffe.
“These complaints have been made to us by patients, practitioners, neurologists and practitioners’ organisations. “
“Many of these complaints are from patients who have been treated at the NNZ neurology centre. “
We have reviewed the information that we receive from the NNWI branch and will look to improve the quality information being provided in our correspondence to practitioners. “
Many of these complaints are from patients who have been treated at the NNZ neurology centre.
There are many outstanding neurologists working in the country and the number of people being treated there is growing rapidly. “
New Zealand is one of the most progressive countries in the world in the field of neurological care.
“It is not just the data being shared but also the data the New NNZ branch is using and is sharing is good. “
“In the New Auckland Neurology Centre, we have a huge amount of information being gathered by the branch from patients and professionals in their care, but it is not being shared. “
“The branch is sharing information with other branches, which is the way we need to work in order to improve care. “
“I think it is important that we do not allow this to happen and we will look into what is happening.” “
The association has already launched an investigation into how information was being shared between branches, and will now look into the complaint. “
I think it is important that we do not allow this to happen and we will look into what is happening.”
The association has already launched an investigation into how information was being shared between branches, and will now look into the complaint.
The NNEA said it would take “careful consideration” of any complaints about the practice, and had been in contact with New Zealand doctors to discuss the issues.
New Zealand’s neurology group has been criticised by some health organisations, including the Royal College of Physicians, for its lack of transparency.