Integrating Health and Social Care


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Autor: Volker E. Amelung, Anika Reichert, Dominika Urbanski, Ljubisav Matejevic, Eloise O’Riordan, Edward Blatt and Martin Duggan

Tytuł: Integrating Health and Social Care. A global perspective of experience, best practices and the way forward

Wydane: 17.11.2014

Tagi: Integrated care. Person-centered care. Social care. Patients with diabetes. Patients with stroke. Patients with chronic viral infections and/or substance use disorders. Life care for multi-morbid patients. Care of the elderly. Integrating mental health care in primary care. Sweden. Catalonia. USA. Japan.

 

Care Coordination: Changing the Game of Healthcare Delivery


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Tytuł: Care Coordination: Changing the Game of Healthcare Delivery

Opis: Care Coordination: Changing the Game of Healthcare Delivery was a live Google Hangout on August 27, 2015. This event, brought to you by Capella University, discusses the care coordination role and why it’s critical to revolutionizing quality care. Expert panelists include a contributing author of Care Coordination: The Game Changer, CMSA and ANA leaders, and Capella care coordination faculty.

Data publikacji: 27.08.2015

The Future of US Healthcare by Barry Bittman, MD


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Autor: Barry Bittman

Tytuł: The Future of US Healthcare by Barry Bittman, MD

Opis: It’s not surprising that every hospital and health institution in America is facing a substantial degree of uncertainty concerning the future of our nation’s healthcare. While the writing on the wall certainly includes Accountable Care Organizations, Bundled Payments, Insurance Exchanges, Core Measures, HCAHPS, Meaningful Use and Value-based Purchasing, the precise nature of that which will ultimately shape and enable our healthcare system to survive is at best, uncertain.

The real question is how can we improve and sustain our healthcare for future generations?

Highly politicized, the Affordable Care Act is poorly understood and widely debated. Yet what appears to be universally agreed upon is a series of remarkably straightforward goals referred to as the Triple Aim: improving the health of populations, improving the experience of care, and reducing per capita healthcare costs.

The pressure is building. Undoubtedly, something has to give.

Data publikacji: 22.09.2011

The Future of US Healthcare Part II: Care Coordination – the key to sustainable healthcare


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Autor: Barry Bittman

Tytuł: The Future of US Healthcare Part II: Care Coordination – the key to sustainable healthcare

Opis: Care Coordination: the key to sustainable healthcare

The challenges of ensuring sustainable high quality healthcare for our nation must not be underestimated. This highly complex system with current expenditures exceeding $2.6 trillion per year cannot continue in its present state.

The system is broken.

Our goal is to ensure the survival of high quality healthcare for our communities. Let’s begin by getting back to our roots — where our nation’s healthcare actually began. Hospitals were originally founded by community volunteers who were intent on taking care of their neighbors in need.

In a similar manner, our patient-centric strategy is based on what we refer to as a Community Care Network — a CCN. The CCN is actually a cost-effective extension of a community hospital that operates seamlessly with other local health agencies to support the ongoing needs of its patients through physician-directed coordinated care. Consider it an all-encompassing healthcare system without walls — or a patient centered medical home on steroids.

We actually like to refer to it as a patient-centered medical condominium.

Through a novel strategy that integrates student health coaches, our CCN’s mission is to provide the highest quality continuum of compassionate, outcomes-based, patient-centered, culturally-sensitive healthcare. Each patient’s choice is respected, and our quality measures are outcome, rather than process-based.

We adhere to a „no-discharge” policy. We will not abandon people in a sea of seemingly overwhelming healthcare challenges where they struggle to stay afloat. Our commitment extends beyond the confines of disease management — addressing socioeconomic, educational, psychosocial and behavioral factors, as well as each person’s adherence potential. Our quest is to identify and eliminate medical errors, care gaps and obstacles to receiving healthcare whenever possible.

Data publikacji: 14.07.2012

Clinical pathways: effects on professional practice, patie nt outcomes, length of stay and hospital costs (Review)


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Autor: Rotter T, Kinsman L, James EL, Machotta A, Gothe H, Willis J, Snow P, Kugler J

Tytuł: Clinical pathways: effects on professional practice, patient outcomes, length of stay and hospital costs (Review)

Opublikowane: 2010

Tagi: Clinical pathways. Japan. USA. Thailand. Psychiatric inpatient costs. Oncology. Geriatric. Canada.

 

Building integrated care


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Autor: Naomi Fulop and Alice Mowlem, King’s College London, Nigel Edwards, NHS Confederation

Tytuł: Building integrated care. Lessons from the UK and elsewhere

Wydawca: the NHS Confederation

Tagi: Building integrated care. Primary care. Hospital care. UK. NHS. Sweden. Chronic disease. Scotland. Emergency Care. Diagnostic Centre. London Ambulance Service.