Filters








5,193 Hits in 15.4 sec

End User Satisfaction With Cloud Computing

2021 International Journal of Healthcare Information Systems and Informatics  
Utilizing a survey collected from 219 employees, the research model was tested.  ...  The major objective of this research is to identify the benefits of cloud computing (CC) and the factors influencing users satisfaction.  ...  CC & Health Care Healthcare IT or HIT has generated a novel pathway for transforming healthcare services delivery.  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijhisi.295821 fatcat:b3jamsnhvjf3dhlhw57kjan44i

Social Justice, Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction for Palliative Care Social Workers

Suzanne Marmo, Manoj Pardasani, David Vincent
2021 Human service organizations, management, leadership & governance  
The other components of social justice orientation were not significantly related to job satisfaction (β = 0.03, p = .754).  ...  This may indicate a potential pathway for organizations to improve social work retention and expand their culture from a primary medical model of care to one that better aligns with the social justice  ... 
doi:10.1080/23303131.2021.1875093 fatcat:jwxrwdqerrf7tbpbwyuyumi3na

A randomised controlled trial of feedback to improve patient satisfaction and consultation skills in medical students

Michelle M. Y. Lai, Noel Roberts, Mohammadreza Mohebbi, Jenepher Martin
2020 BMC Medical Education  
The aim of the Patient Teaching Associate (PTA) Feedback Study was to evaluate whether additional written consumer feedback on patient satisfaction improved consultation skills among medical students and  ...  The use of feedback has been integral to medical student learning, but rigorous evidence to evaluate its education effect is limited, especially in the role of patient feedback in clinical teaching and  ...  Availability of data and materials The datasets used during the current study are available from the Monash University, but restrictions apply to the availability of these data and are not publicly available  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12909-020-02171-9 pmid:32819352 fatcat:odzler4rzjch3gpuyymg7giplu

Healthcare quality innovation and performance through process orientation: Evidence from general hospitals in Switzerland

Anne Cleven, Tobias Mettler, Peter Rohner, Robert Winter
2016 Technological forecasting & social change  
Workforce conditions and clinical quality prove to have a significant positive effect on patient satisfaction, whereas the hypothesized positive effect of operational efficiency on patient satisfaction  ...  As a primary factor of technological innovation, process orientation contributes significantly to an organization's overall productivity and quality improvement.  ...  Another, more practical reason, could have been the fact that patients satisfaction was elicited from a managerial assessment and not from patients.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.techfore.2016.07.007 fatcat:63tsiwtzbnfzjedzv5goyeyb2q

Patient Satisfaction after Thoracoscopic Sympathectomy for Palmar Hyperhidrosis: Do Method and Level Matter?

2015 The Permanente Journal  
Acknowledgments We wish to acknowledge the contributions of medical students who assisted in data collection. Kathleen Louden, ELS, of Louden Health Communications provided editorial assistance.  ...  Members of the SQUIRE 2.0 advisory group REVIEW ARTICLE Primary Epithelial Neuroendocrine Tumors of the Retroperitoneum Acknowledgments We thank Sally Hargreaves, MD, (Imperial College) for helpful  ...  The accreditation of every academic residency program was shifted from being "process oriented" to "outcome oriented" through implementation of teaching and assessment of six core competencies.  ... 
doi:10.7812/tpp/15-040 pmid:26517433 pmcid:PMC4625991 fatcat:xscixvaewbfhzb6ttlbdzakfg4

Aligning healthcare innovation and software requirements through design thinking

Noel Carroll, Ita Richardson
2016 Proceedings of the International Workshop on Software Engineering in Healthcare Systems - SEHS '16  
This has given rise to the emergence of Connected Health -a new model for healthcare management.  ...  Our research and experience with healthcare companies confirms the need to establish a Connected Health Innovation Framework using Design Thinking principles to a) support software developers in clearly  ...  Nowadays, pharmacy service providers view their healthcare service systems in a process-orientated manner.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2897683.2897687 dblp:conf/icse/CarrollR16 fatcat:jakbic7z4zgddae4v3intgwhtm

Enablers and barriers for hospital pharmacy information systems

Noel Carroll, Ita Richardson
2019 Health Informatics Journal  
With a view to improving healthcare information systems (ISs), we identified the enablers and barriers in service efficiency, thus identifying opportunities for pharmacy IS implementation across acute  ...  The findings also reveal some of the key enablers and barriers towards the introduction of hospital IS innovation. We present recommendations to overcome such barriers.  ...  of pharmacy IS are fundamental to improving the healthcare service system. 23 Furthermore, there is evidence that clinical pharmacy service providers view their healthcare service systems in a process-orientated  ... 
doi:10.1177/1460458219832056 pmid:30841781 fatcat:tui2lkid4nhxzhxkb7ss3epxby

Effect of Service Quality and Product Quality To Corporate Image, Customer's Satisfaction and Customer's Trust

Rita Alfin Rita Alfin
2013 IOSR Journal of Business and Management  
This study aims to examine and explain the effect of the variable service quality and product quality to the company's image, satisfaction and trust.  ...  The results of the study explained that there is a significant effect between the variables of service quality to the image of the company (0.307) and customer satisfaction (0.307), corporate image, product  ...  Diverters and inter-zone tubes allow carriers to travel between zones. (3) 1.5) Advantages of PTS in Healthcare setting:  In a healthcare setting, a pneumatic tube delivery system allows for the fast  ... 
doi:10.9790/487x-0960109 fatcat:7tm5apkq6jcvpbapud3km2bm5i

Adapting Lean methods to facilitate stakeholder engagement and co-design in healthcare

Iain Smith, Chris Hicks, Tom McGovern
2020 The BMJ (British Medical Journal)  
Some believe that the principles of Lean have therefore been misunderstood and a more service oriented view is required that assumes value in healthcare is co-produced with patients. 26 30 Although it  ...  to engage healthcare stakeholders Arguably, most applications of Lean to healthcare have been limited by a largely operational view of value, where the focus has been on reducing costs rather than a more  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.m35 pmid:31992550 pmcid:PMC7190378 fatcat:vwu44tl7ljgdrjznsgyen7bi4u

Family satisfaction in the ICU: a 6-month experience

M Zouka, A Myrou, I Soultati, T Aslanidis, A Euthymiou, E Geka, E Anastasiou, V Ourailoglou, M Giannakou
2014 Critical Care  
Until the issue is resolved, potential suspects are usually suspended from work, leading to disruptions in patient care.  ...  Introduction We aimed to audit the prescribing practice on a busy 14-bedd general ICU, and develop standardised practices and tools to improve safety.  ...  Acknowledgement Funding from Edwards Lifesciences. References Acknowledgement GH and HVM contributed equally to this study. References  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc13217 pmcid:PMC4068750 fatcat:dar4q6v5ybgpphuybtihflx6ja

Quantifying sedation satisfaction during bronchoscopy using the Bispectral Index

J Palminteri, J Dziodzio, D Seder, J Zuckerman, R Riker
2014 Critical Care  
Until the issue is resolved, potential suspects are usually suspended from work, leading to disruptions in patient care.  ...  Introduction We aimed to audit the prescribing practice on a busy 14-bedd general ICU, and develop standardised practices and tools to improve safety.  ...  Acknowledgement Funding from Edwards Lifesciences. References Acknowledgement GH and HVM contributed equally to this study. References  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc13610 pmcid:PMC4069555 fatcat:3x6kodpz2jadhmqu4tpoqskpbi

Revolution or evolution? An analysis of E-health innovation and impact using a hypercube model

Jen-Her Wu, An-Sheng Huang, Tzyh-Lih Hisa, Hsien-Tang Tsai
2006 International Journal of Electronic Healthcare  
This study utilizes a hypercube innovation model to analyze the changes in both healthcare informatics and medical related delivery processes based on the innovations from Tele-health care, E-health care  ...  From E-health care to M-health care, innovation is architectural for both healthcare customers and hospitals, racial for healthcare complementary providers, and modular for healthcare regulators.  ...  to respond to the changes from medical related delivery models for all healthcare stakeholders.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijeh.2006.008688 pmid:18048232 fatcat:p4vhzbevm5duzkxdlftfbdffwm

WHAT DRIVES HOSPITAL WARDS' AMBIDEXTERITY: INSIGHTS ON THE DETERMINANTS OF EXPLORATION AND EXPLOITATION

Emanuela Foglia, Lucrezia Ferrario, Emanuele Lettieri, Emanuele Porazzi, Luca Gastaldi
2019 Health Policy  
., the capability to combine both exploitation and exploration) is a major issue in healthcare as result of the growing expectations that hospitals wards have the capability to manage the trade-off between  ...  high-quality delivery of care and cost-containment.  ...  Additionally, the authors would like to thanks Mrs Antonella Maffi and Mrs Marta Sali for the support provided with data management and data analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.healthpol.2019.10.004 pmid:31711631 fatcat:nw5f4ruce5dhzfoperrdci3nzi

Investigating the healthcare pathway through patients' experience and profiles: implications for breast cancer healthcare providers

Emna Cherif, Elisabeth Martin-Verdier, Corinne Rochette
2020 BMC Health Services Research  
A total of 967 reviews were collected over a complete year period from all over France.  ...  The objectives of this research were to model the key stages underling the patient pathway and to identify the challenging touch points of the interactions between patients and healthcare providers.  ...  Moreover, from a practical point of view, it is of great interest to integrate together the patient pathway and the patient profile to give a better understanding of their contribution to improving the  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12913-020-05569-9 pmid:32781993 fatcat:wx2g6x4imvemjfetbjrx56rtf4

Holistic view of patients with melanoma of the skin: how can health systems create value and achieve better clinical outcomes?

Patrícia Redondo, Matilde Ribeiro, Machado Lopes, Marina Borges, Francisco Rocha Gonçalves
2019 ecancermedicalscience  
Data from a multidisciplinary integrated practice unit, specialised in skin cancer, were also discussed, namely, for outcomes measurements, access to innovative treatments, value-based healthcare, patient  ...  Current healthcare units, especially those dedicated to cancer care, must evolve to integrated patient-centred systems.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank CTI, Clinical Trials & Consulting Services for the medical writing and editorial support provided for this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3332/ecancer.2019.959 pmid:31645887 pmcid:PMC6759318 fatcat:v2fnhj5ozre4nosmnrwnzbba6i
« Previous Showing results 1 — 15 out of 5,193 results