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Innovation in aging
Yet, evidence on stakeholder driven research for enhancing dementia care is limited. ... The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the need to optimize care for one of the most affected sectors: older adults in nursing homes and more specifically highly vulnerable populations such as residents ... Session 4455 (Symposium) STAKEHOLDER-DRIVEN METHODS CAN ENHANCE CARE DELIVERY FOR NURSING HOME RESIDENTS WITH DEMENTIA Chair: Natalie Leland Co-Chair: Felicia Chew Discussant: Jenny Martínez The ongoing ...doi:10.1093/geroni/igab046.2095 fatcat:mggrx2sjvjhztkm2fucqwlevrq
This study piloted a knowledge translation (KT) intervention promoting evidence-based home care through social interaction. ... The KT evidence reflects an empowering partnership approach to service delivery. ... The authors acknowledge the participation and contributions of their collaborative research partners as well as the decision-makers and providers at Ontario's South West Community Care Access Centre and ...pmid:18714898 fatcat:4db2wsc7q5azvovbuaq7ln3mg4
Journal of Public Health Management and Practice
68 JOURNAL OF PusBLic HEALTH MANAGEMENT AND PRACTICE/JANUARY 1998 primarily driven by pressures to minimize health care costs.’ ... Proponents of Medicaid managed care often state that it improves quality of care by providing patients with a “medical home.” ...
International Pharmaceutical Abstracts
A multidisciplinary health care team is responsible for the planning and delivery of all health care services to the clients. ... of a pharmacy-managed pain management service in the home health care setting are described. ...
Convincing and counselling the pregnant women of the health consequences of pregnancy and childbirth would increase their utilization of delivery service. ... Using a prospective design of 701 pregnant women of more than 5 months gestation in a central hills district of Nepal, we evaluated if having obstetric knowledge could make a difference in maternal delivery ... Acknowledgements The first author was supported by an Australian Development Scholarship of the Australian Agency for International Development. ...doi:10.1093/her/cyu059 pmid:25274718 fatcat:wvmi3vhot5aslcu3ei647kuikq
In the home care industry, the assignment and tracking of care services are controlled by care centers that are centralized in nature and prone to inefficient information transmission. ... System feasibility was evaluated via an implementation test, and a questionnaire survey was performed to collect opinions from home care service respondents knowledgeable about blockchain and smart contracts ... End of care service case Human termination ...doi:10.2196/15472 pmid:32720903 fatcat:igjks3z3fnfw3i4lyt6vv5scqe
In this paper, we develop a novel framework for creation of person-centred services for stroke rehabilitation which supports service configuration adapted to the requirements of each patient. ... Person-centred care is known as a novel approach which contributes to wellbeing, prevention, care and support of patients. There is little evidence about practising PCC in stroke rehabilitation. ... to the delivery of care (iii) measure impacts to quality of care and delivery of services to stroke patients, (iv) respecting patient's and family's opinion about his/her health and suggested health services ...doi:10.3233/shti200564 pmid:32604671 fatcat:izxwl7zvs5cedbfw3gezsg7uh4
service delivery model and associated workforce needs for the provision of health care to older residents. ... The increasingly complex nature of care home residents' health status means that this population requires significant multidisciplinary team input from health services. ... We also wish to acknowledge the funding provided by Newcastle Gateshead Clinical Commissioning Group as part of their new models work programme, which enabled us to undertake this study. ...doi:10.1111/jnu.12261 pmid:28094909 pmcid:PMC5298045 fatcat:gpabx3fghrh4tgqo4avx2hyrte
In doing this work, we developed a roadmap, the Queen's University Research Roadmap for Knowledge Implementation (QuRKI) that outlines three major phases of linked research and implementation activity: ... In this paper, we describe our practical experience as researchers working at point-of-care and how research can be used to facilitate the implementation of evidence. ... Several key elements contributed to the ongoing delivery of evidence-informed care. First, the active participation of the nurse leader of the clinic and home wound service was pivotal. ...doi:10.1111/j.1741-6787.2012.00256.x pmid:22672620 pmcid:PMC3791554 fatcat:b2mrfn7a6bhwpja76fpivsmxf4
Having at least four antenatal care (ANC) visits (OR=0.23, 95% CI: 0.12-0.41, p<0.01), planning place of delivery (OR=0.22, 95%CI: 0.14-0.36 p<0.01), and knowledge of the danger signs during pregnancy ... Home delivery and maternal young age contribute to maternal deaths. Reducing home deliveries among women aged 15-24 years may likely decrease the prevalence of maternal deaths in Tanzania. ... The IHI is driven by core strategic mandate for research, training and services. ...doi:10.21106/ijma.361 pmid:32431962 pmcid:PMC7226705 fatcat:lozpjvxs2jh6xlsatmwb4ir3va
service delivery model. ... A partnership between health services researchers from Queen's University and the University of Ottawa, a community nursing agency and a home care authority in Ottawa led to major improvements in the quality ... Conclusions and Implications The initiative was driven by a common goal of improving care and making service delivery more efficient, using the best available evidence as the foundation. ...pmid:19305734 pmcid:PMC2585464 fatcat:26sms6meazabvc6sqvgivn4zo4
Healthcare Policy | Politiques de Santé
Conclusions and Implications The initiative was driven by a common goal of improving care and making service delivery more efficient, using the best available evidence as the foundation. ... The end result of this partnership, however, was no less than the restructuring and reorganization of service delivery to support the provision of evidence-based care. ... Call to Authors Knowledge Translation, Linkage and Exchange provides a forum for knowledge translation (KT) case studies and studies of the effectiveness of KT strategies. ...doi:10.12927/hcpol.2007.18876 fatcat:tzvgcs3ro5gbdojd73jgt5m4ne
The article focuses on five emerging HITs and their impact on the future of U.S. Healthcare Services Delivery. ... The understanding of HIT trend is further enriched through the applications of technology-forecasting techniques, specifically, scenario analysis and U.S. patent searches. ... Over time, these technologies are expected to deliver more convenient, user-friendlier, and more consumer-driven, home-healthcare services, unlike traditional services delivered at a physical and distant ...doi:10.4018/jhisi.2008010101 fatcat:2qefvfhgcbf7bmohtjyqyu4m6y
Freestanding nursing homes are also rapidly converting beds and units for subacute service delivery. ... Patients prefer to receive services in their own homes as opposed to in a health care setting. This has been a significant factor in the rapid growth of home care and ambulatory services. ...pmid:10172990 fatcat:jteacnexk5cj5oikvswhwhjhka
43 Future Models of Payment Fee for Service Episode of care payment 'Bundled' Comprehensive Care Payment Traditional Capitation 44 Volume driven fragmented care Value driven coordinated ... care Episode of care payment Hip fractures, labor & delivery Comprehensive care + episode of care Heart disease, back pain Fee-for-service Immunizations, simple injuries Comprehensive ...doi:10.1016/j.anclin.2015.07.002 pmid:26610629 fatcat:5u5h2dmopvc73a434fwveo765i
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