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Policy-based Home Care Systems

Feng Wang, Arthur I. Karshmer, Jürgen Nehmer, Hartmut Raffler, Gerhard Tröster
2008
We propose applying policy-based management in home care systems to facilitate the delivery and evolution of home care systems, and help the detection and resolution of conflicts in these systems.  ...  It is accepted that home care systems need to be customised and personalised for individual person. They also need to evolve over time. Besides, conflicts may occur between care services.  ...  We propose using policy-based systems to facilitate the delivery and evolution of home care systems.  ... 
doi:10.4230/dagsemproc.07462.16 fatcat:peil4epyfbbf7nrasdyndz63xu

大分県立看護科学大学 第7回看護国際フォーラム 韓国における介護保険制度導入にむけた在宅看護政策の転換について
Oita University of Nursing and Health Sciences The 7th International Nursing Forum Policy alternatives on developing a home health care system for long-term health care insurance system in Korea

Hosihn Ryu, Gioak Kim, Wataru Hirano, Tomoko Kusama
2006 Kango kagaku kenkyu  
Conclusively, a home health care system should be built on a comprehensive policy vision based on health policy, especially long-term care insurance system in the near future.  ...  home health care nurses and community based home health care systems; 3) establish home health care facilities and infrastructure; and 4) promote research and development concerning home health care.  ...  Japan's radical reform of long-term care. Social policy & administration 37(1), 21-34. (2004a). 2004 . , Seoul. (2004b). ( ), Seoul. (2004c). 2004 . , Seoul.  ... 
doi:10.20705/jjnhs.6.2_45 fatcat:rgyl5lxo3fh5ljv5nysu5vp2bq

Towards personalised home care systems

Feng Wang, Kenneth J. Turner
2008 Proceedings of the 1st ACM international conference on PErvasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments - PETRA '08  
In this paper, we present ongoing work on programming home care systems to support personalisation, adaptability over time, and dependability. A policy-based approach is used to build such systems.  ...  We present the technical details of our approach, including a policy language for home care and the corresponding system architecture.  ...  A policy-based home care system captures this by specifying the behaviour of a system through policies (i.e. rules).  ... 
doi:10.1145/1389586.1389639 dblp:conf/petra/WangT08 fatcat:aolxt27aa5gkpa4sxx7y74o56y

An Ontology-Based Actuator Discovery and Invocation Framework in Home Care Systems [chapter]

Feng Wang, Kenneth J. Turner
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Home care systems need to be personalised to meet individual needs, and must be easily adjusted as the user's symptoms develop. Care policies (i.e.  ...  Event-Condition-Action rules) can be used to specify care services, facilitating changes in the behaviour of a home care system.  ...  Fig. 2 . 2 System Architecture for Policy-Based Home Care  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-02868-7_9 fatcat:ax2qgwcd4vguzixsker77z3dmy

Managing Home Care Networks

Kenneth J. Turner, Liam S. Docherty, Feng Wang, Gavin A. Campbell
2009 2009 Eighth International Conference on Networks  
The registry uses ontologies for semantically-based description and discovery. A Policy System automates support of how a home network should deliver care.  ...  To address the challenges of home care, the paper describes a component-based architecture developed by the MATCH project (Mobilising Advanced Technologies for Care at Home).  ...  Goals and Policies for Home Care Policy-Based Management Policy-based management originated as a means of autonomously managing networks.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icn.2009.16 dblp:conf/icn/TurnerDWC09 fatcat:jniftck4rjc4dlyfenvo75c5h4

Explaining the operation of a home care system

Kenneth J. Turner
2015 Journal of Assistive Technologies  
Home care systems are computer-based solutions for supporting delivery of care (Turner & Maternaghan 2012) .  ...  The second generation of proactive home care systems allowed more automatic responses based on sensor information.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jat-02-2014-0011 fatcat:fph5u7r27nas3eql3g2tqvirva

Service Delivery Reforms for Asian Ageing Societies: A Cross-Country Study Between Japan, South Korea, China, Thailand, Indonesia, and the Philippines

Shinichiro Noda, Paul Michael R. Hernandez, Kyoko Sudo, Kenzo Takahashi, Nam Eun Woo, He Chen, Kimiko Inaoka, Emiko Tateishi, Wahyu Sulistya Affarah, Hamsu Kadriyan, Jun Kobayashi
2021 International Journal of Integrated Care  
China has made progress on facility-based care integration between health and social care, whereas Thailand is focusing on home-based care.  ...  First, all countries except for the Philippines have policy decisions regarding reforms for the existing service delivery systems for healthcare, long-term care and welfare.  ...  In the Japanese model, home care mainly relies on private clinics, home visit nursing stations, and home-based long-term care agencies according to a care plan developed by a care manager working at one  ... 
doi:10.5334/ijic.4739 pmid:33867896 pmcid:PMC8034408 fatcat:nyjxgt7fanbhfga6rh6bgozehq

Understanding and Incorporating Home-Based Child Care Into Early Education and Development Systems

Holli A. Tonyan, Diane Paulsell, Eva Marie Shivers
2017 Early Education and Development  
Research on home-based child care is limited.  ...  Millions of families across the United States rely on home-based child care-noncustodial care in home-based settings-while they work or attend school.  ...  and researchers can better understand and include home-based child care in early education and policy development and research.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10409289.2017.1324243 fatcat:nd2pg2ra2nduvca4tivta2vewe

Managing home care with loose goals and policies

Kenneth J. Turner
2014 Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments  
The paper uses automated home care management as a concrete illustration of how the approach works.  ...  Goals and policies are presented as special kinds of rules for managing systems in a flexible way without requiring specialised technical knowledge.  ...  Acknowledgements This work builds on foundations developed during the MATCH project (Mobilising Advanced Technologies for Care at Home), supported by the Scottish Funding Council under grant HR04016.  ... 
doi:10.3233/ais-140277 fatcat:wab2ma5yezb2pidn6hvp7ayawu

Privacy Enhanced Healthcare Information Sharing System for Home-Based Care Environments

Daniel Agbesi Dzissah, Joong-Sun Lee, Hiroyuki Suzuki, Mie Nakamura, Takashi Obi
2019 Healthcare Informatics Research  
The goal of our study is to develop an architecture that meets the competing goals of accountability and privacy and enhances security in distributed home-based care systems.  ...  Home-based nursing care services have increased over the past decade. However, accountability and privacy issues as well as security concerns become more challenging during care provider visits.  ...  This approach makes the system extensible to other global regulatory requirements for home-based nursing care systems.  ... 
doi:10.4258/hir.2019.25.2.106 pmid:31131145 pmcid:PMC6517627 fatcat:f4yjcn7yabahpimmt5djjyjrce

Assessing Medicare reimbursement options for skilled nursing facility care

J Holahan, M B Sulvetta
1989 Health Care Financing Review  
In this article, a broad array of Medicare payment options for skilled nursing home care are examined, ranging from cost-based retrospective systems to various prospective arrangements.  ...  The financial impacts of alternative policy options on nursing homes are presented through the use of a simulation model.  ...  policy, It gives more rev:nue to hospital-based facilities and less to freestandmg nursing homes.  ... 
pmid:10313094 pmcid:PMC4192954 fatcat:zwbhqe5rc5e67fbig7cqxxjzru

Services and Policies for Care At Home

Feng Wang, Liam S. Docherty, Kenneth J. Turner, Mario Kolberg, Evan H. Magill
2006 2006 Pervasive Health Conference and Workshops  
The architecture of a policy system for home care is explained. This is used for flexible creation and control of new services.  ...  The core policy language and its extension for home care are introduced, and illustrated through typical examples. Future extensions of the approach are discussed.  ...  The authors are also grateful to their collaborators at the Universities of Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow who are creating home care facilities that complement the work reported here.  ... 
doi:10.1109/pcthealth.2006.361701 dblp:conf/ph/WangDTKM06 fatcat:lyjt7jni3rb3lfxof7rub6xh4i

Session 4. Program design

1998 The Keio Journal of Medicine  
A86 The Balance One of the most important policy issues in designing a long-term care system is the balance between institutional and home and community-based care.  ...  Probably no other policy issue in the design of a long-term care system is more fundamental than determining the proper balance between public spending for institutional care and home and community-based  ... 
doi:10.2302/kjm.47.supplement2_a80 fatcat:ce23ni7to5gbdn25blw6uns3ri

Three policy issues in deciding the cost of nursing home care: provincial differences and how they influence elderly couples' experiences

Robin L Stadnyk
2009 Healthcare Policy  
The paper is based on a multiple-case study of three Canadian provinces, each of which had a different system for determining personal contributions to the cost of care.  ...  Cross-case analysis of payment systems showed that provinces addressed three main policy issues in determining the cost of care: (a) what costs should be the responsibility of nursing home residents, (  ...  (Nursing home care refers to Type II care as defined by the Federal/Provincial Working Party on Patient Care Classification [1973] : facility-based care with availability of supervision, assistance with  ... 
pmid:20676244 pmcid:PMC2732660 fatcat:srfrkqxqijdlzoq2nmx5qb6bme

AARP International Forum in Long-Term Care: 2003 Proceedings; Social Care and Social Exclusion: A Comparative Study of Older People's Care in Europe; Care for Older People: Policy Issues in the Twenty-First Century

Howard A. Palley
2005 Journal of Health Politics Policy and Law  
A particular recent thrust in home and community-based care has been consumer-directed home care initiatives.  ...  Also examined is the degree to which support is provided for the substitution of institutionally- based care services by formal and informal home care and community- based supports for home care.  ... 
doi:10.1215/03616878-30-4-751 pmid:16318168 fatcat:dlifcwb5vzbzrdtc2qvazeytym
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