So this question is asking me to describe and discuss the discrepancies between wage differences between Physicians and other Allied Health Care. So I think first and foremost, it's important to recognize that this is a contentious issue and it's a sensitive issue because it involves finances and you know finances can be a sensitive topic for some folks and what we know is that Physicians tend to be or tend to come from those with higher socioeconomic.
Statuses and so the first thing I'll say is really looking at the rationale behind maybe why Physicians might make earn more money than other Allied Health Care Professionals. So with any job, I think with the more responsibility you take and the more high risk and high stakes. Your responsibility is the more you're compensated. This higher responsibility is also associated with longer training paths and thus incurring more debt and really to build yourself up for that ultimate responsibility of taking that patient and that's of taking care of that patient. And so that's really the ultimate responsibility of the physician is to have the last final responsibility for the entire spectrum of care for that particular patient. And so this is maybe perhaps a rationale or justification for why Physicians make or there's a wage difference between Physicians and other Allied Health Care Professionals, just because Physicians take on that broader and higher level responsibility and that's similar with perhaps other jobs that also take on more responsibilities. So let's think of a manager. Think of a you know general managers in retail stores restaurants Etc. And so this might be a rationale for why Physicians make more the nurses or other Allied Healthcare professionals. However, what I will say is that just because they make more does not necessarily mean they the impact of other Allied Health Care Professionals isn't as valued or important as a physician's impact on a patient's care. So if we think of nurses physiotherapists respiratory therapists, these are individuals who really impact and are often times the most patient face. Health Care profession in The Circle of Care and so they take on a large responsibility. Their training pads are little shorter than Physicians, but they still take on a lot of responsibility. Their impact is just as valuable and important as a physician's but I think the weight discrepancy is really stems from the trading Bots and not necessarily reflective of the impact that they ultimately make on the patient's care And so, you know connected to this I think. There's I think it really is a difference in trading paths and the length of the training path. However, I don't think that precludes other Allied Health Care Professionals, like nurses respiratory therapists occupational therapists and other support staff from advocating for higher wage increases because you know oftentimes they're overworked and you know underpaid some might say so this is what I think about. The wage discrepancies between Physicians and Allied Health Care Professionals, and at the end of the day, I think proper labor rights and advocacy for better compensation for those that feel they are well compensated is necessary.