The absolute range of medical practices that only doctors can do in Korea is too wide, and the heavy burden of doctors is the reality. Therefore, it is suggested that the medical practice of doctors should be appropriately shared with other medical staff, such as nurses, to secure the medical safety of other medical staff, while ensuring the medical safety of other medical staff, such as well.
In some cases, adequate regulation is required in medical institutions where discretionary judgment is required to ensure patient safety for medical practice by doctors. Excessive regulations on medical practices may not guarantee patient safety by violating the qualitative service of medical care, or may lead to poor treatment, which may lead to the dissolution of the social safety net of medical practice.
In this paper, we are going to review the legal system's problems that have emerged as excessive regulations in medical practice under the Medical Law and suggest ways to improve the medical safety and qualitative medical service of patients through proper regulations.