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Using Electronic Health Records to Help Coordinate Care

LYNDA C. BURTON, GERARD F. ANDERSON, IRVIN W. KUES
2004 Milbank Quarterly  
health providers; (2) regional governance structures to encourage the exchange of clinical data; and (3) payment by purchasers of care, both public and private, to physicians for using electronic health  ...  The use of electronic health records that can securely transmit patient data among physicians will help coordinate the care of 60 million Americans with multiple chronic conditions.  ...  Acknowledgments: All the authors are affiliated with Partnership for Solutions: Better Lives for People with Chronic Conditions, a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation National Program.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.0887-378x.2004.00318.x pmid:15330973 pmcid:PMC2690228 fatcat:3iwi5yy4ebdwpkjbdufg57izta

PHP62 Establish Drugs Optimal Purchase Model

Y.T. Chang, T.H. Chang, H.Y. Chien, S.W. Tai, C.H. Chuang
2011 Value in Health  
Nonadherence resulted in increased disease-specific hospitalization and ER visit expenditure for depression ($6M), diabetes ($44M), and cholesterol ($5M).  ...  However, increases in the disease-specific hospitalization and ER expenditures were offset by lower medication expenditure, thus resulting in overall lower disease-specific expenditure among the nonadherent  ...  of the pharmaceutical pricing regulation from the Ministry of commerce to the MoH; 3)unification of the NHS electronic coding system, for ordering and prescribing of pharmaceuticals; 4)hospital packsize  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jval.2011.08.613 fatcat:ce3ozpgun5gathumzn4j6sykya

PHP61 Modeling Pharmaceutical Costs in Primary Health Care According to Chronic Conditions

J.L. Trillo-Mata, N. Guadalajara-Olmeda, I. Barrachina-Martínez, E. De la Poza-Plaza
2011 Value in Health  
Nonadherence resulted in increased disease-specific hospitalization and ER visit expenditure for depression ($6M), diabetes ($44M), and cholesterol ($5M).  ...  However, increases in the disease-specific hospitalization and ER expenditures were offset by lower medication expenditure, thus resulting in overall lower disease-specific expenditure among the nonadherent  ...  of the pharmaceutical pricing regulation from the Ministry of commerce to the MoH; 3)unification of the NHS electronic coding system, for ordering and prescribing of pharmaceuticals; 4)hospital packsize  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jval.2011.08.612 fatcat:7afhet2ylvax7pbmapiachzixq

PHP60 Drug-related Morbidity – Modeling the Cost-of-Illness in Sweden Using Pharmacists' Opinion

H. Gyllensten, K.M. Hakkarainen, A.K. Jönsson, K. Andersson Sundell, S. Hägg, C. Rehnberg, A. Carlsten
2011 Value in Health  
Nonadherence resulted in increased disease-specific hospitalization and ER visit expenditure for depression ($6M), diabetes ($44M), and cholesterol ($5M).  ...  However, increases in the disease-specific hospitalization and ER expenditures were offset by lower medication expenditure, thus resulting in overall lower disease-specific expenditure among the nonadherent  ...  of the pharmaceutical pricing regulation from the Ministry of commerce to the MoH; 3)unification of the NHS electronic coding system, for ordering and prescribing of pharmaceuticals; 4)hospital packsize  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jval.2011.08.611 fatcat:5mpi4aruhvfnphew32dldv7wwq

PHP63 Savings on Pharmaceutical Expenditure in Greek NHS Hospitals Under the Shadow of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)

N. Karapanos, L. Androutsou, Z. Dede, M. Geitona
2011 Value in Health  
Nonadherence resulted in increased disease-specific hospitalization and ER visit expenditure for depression ($6M), diabetes ($44M), and cholesterol ($5M).  ...  However, increases in the disease-specific hospitalization and ER expenditures were offset by lower medication expenditure, thus resulting in overall lower disease-specific expenditure among the nonadherent  ...  of the pharmaceutical pricing regulation from the Ministry of commerce to the MoH; 3)unification of the NHS electronic coding system, for ordering and prescribing of pharmaceuticals; 4)hospital packsize  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jval.2011.08.614 fatcat:f5sgeysfkzdbpc4ograzidoj5i

Analysis on the Construction and Operation Mode of Internet Hospitals

Lianggang Nie, Liangquan He, Geng Lan, Huimin He
2019 Proceedings of Business and Economic Studies  
Diagnosis, doctor's education, family doctors, and post-hospital tracking have been introduced to the Internet hospital system, the whole process of medical management service including 'health management  ...  The authors screened six Internet hospitals and comprehensively analyzed their construction and operation modes, with a view to providing reference for the construction of Internet hospitals.  ...  Chronic Disease Management Center Through the chronic disease management center system, the registered chronic disease patients are classified and managed, and medication guidance and rehabilitation status  ... 
doi:10.26689/pbes.v2i6.948 fatcat:pprxenr4kjce7lt36f5uuql2eu

Research and application of medical management information technology in tobacco enterprise

2016 Journal of Electronics and Information Science  
Through the study of the disadvantages of the infirmary and the domestic and foreign related development level, this research proposes the technical analysis program of the medical system, and establishes  ...  the information and data management and control mechanism.  ...  rate, disease, occupation disease, and chronic disease management, major diseases.  ... 
doi:10.23977/jeis.2016.11002 fatcat:fcgpp7umlvhblp45t3ntqe3iuu

Clinical-Community Partnerships to Identify Patients With Food Insecurity and Address Food Needs

Elizabeth A. Lundeen, Karen R. Siegel, Holly Calhoun, Sonia A. Kim, Sandra P. Garcia, Natalie M. Hoeting, Diane M. Harris, Laura Kettel Khan, Bryce Smith, Heidi M. Blanck, Kevin Barnett, Anne C. Haddix
2017 Preventing Chronic Disease  
Methods The Systematic Screening and Assessment Method was used to conduct a landscape assessment of US health care entity-based programs that screen patients for food insecurity and connect them with  ...  Although some health care entities are addressing food insecurity among patients because of associations with disease risk and management, little is known about the components of these initiatives.  ...  Acknowledgments Jan Jernigan, PhD, and Diane Thompson, MPH, RD, provided technical guidance throughout this project.  ... 
doi:10.5888/pcd14.170343 pmid:29144894 pmcid:PMC5695644 fatcat:ujkrhvibz5dshm54wgqos4c6ta

The role of information system in multiple sclerosis management

Sima Ajami, Golchehreh Ahmadi, Masoud Etemadifar
2014 Journal of Research in Medical Sciences  
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic disease of central nervous system.  ...  We used key words (IS, chronic disease management, and multiple sclerosis), their combination or their synonyms in title, key words, abstracts, and text of English articles and published reports from 1980  ...  INTRODUCTION One of the biggest challenges, in the 21 st century, is facing chronic disease that burdens heavy expenses on societies, for disease diagnosis, control and treatment and patients' hospitalization  ... 
pmid:25709660 pmcid:PMC4333527 fatcat:qjzb7md5bvaohpu6fjiddaevdq

Diabetes registry overdue, if not obsolete

P. C. Webster
2012 CMAJ - Canadian Medical Association Journal  
eHealth Ontario's proposed $150-million Chronic Disease Management System.  ...  Association or its licensors CMAJ, June 12, 2012, 184(9) E475 The diabetes registry was to have substantially aided in the treatment of the one million Ontarians with diabetes, while serving as the launch pad for  ...  It was to have substantially aided in the treatment of the one million Ontarians with diabetes, while serving as the launch pad for eHealth Ontario's proposed $150-million Chronic Disease Management System  ... 
doi:10.1503/cmaj.109-4192 pmid:22586332 pmcid:PMC3381756 fatcat:tcz3oma7xjbk7h4elrfa2iot7q

PHP59 Estimation of Increases in Direct Medical Expenditures Associated with Medication Nonadherence and Potential Savings from Increased Adherence

K.A. Hicks, S.J. Karve, A. Vlahiotis, S.G. Frazee, Y. Tian, S.R. Earnshaw
2011 Value in Health  
Patient complexity was measured using the Chronic Illness Intensity Index (CI3), an index used to measure need of case management intensity.  ...  Coordinate outpatient supportive care focusing on management of symptoms; and 3) Help develop treatment guidelines to ensure optimal use of supportive care medications.  ...  Resource use included all-cause and disease-specific annual hospitalizations and emergency room (ER) visits.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jval.2011.08.610 fatcat:p7c7p3lzqjesrpivvmhybvoixe

Nursing News

2003 Nursing Leadership  
The system uses Concerto™ and Soprano™ software from Orion Systems International and is designed to support care through better coordination of information for patients with chronic diseases.  ...  to implement a Chronic Disease Management Infostructure.  ...  We value this participation in and dedication to leadership in nursing management, practice, education and research. It is a measure of their support for learning.  ... 
doi:10.12927/cjnl.2003.16349 fatcat:j63fvuxglnejbmxfyivy6a75pe

Improving Chronic Illness Care: Findings From a National Study of Care Management Processes in Large Physician Practices

Diane R. Rittenhouse, Stephen M. Shortell, Robin R. Gillies, Lawrence P. Casalino, James C. Robinson, Rodney K. McCurdy, Juned Siddique
2010 Medical Care Research and Review  
The use of evidence-based care management processes (CMPs) in physician practice is an important component of delivery-system reform.  ...  These findings can inform efforts to stimulate the adoption of best practices for chronic illness care.  ...  Keywords chronic disease, disease management, patient-centered care, care management process, physician group An important element of health reform is redesigning the delivery system to improve health  ... 
doi:10.1177/1077558709353324 pmid:20054057 fatcat:crizjya37zcgrhoe52j3dgnaz4

Organizational Fragmentation and Care Quality in the U.S. Healthcare System

Randall D Cebul, James B Rebitzer, Lowell J Taylor, Mark E Votruba
2008 Journal of Economic Perspectives  
Close coordination is problematic in the US health care system because the financing and delivery of care is distributed across a variety of distinct and often competing entities, each with its own objectives  ...  We illustrate our argument with examples taken from the insurance and the hospital industries, and discuss possible responses to the problems resulting from organizational fragmentation.  ...  management programs for chronic diseases.  ... 
doi:10.1257/jep.22.4.93 pmid:19791306 fatcat:nmvsd2iwczetblt4e7ihk3zasq

Assessing the use of nuclear medicine technology in sub-Saharan Africa: the essential equipment list

M O Kachiengá, D Boonzaier, A B Fataar, J Boniaszczuk, G Boltman
1999 Journal of Nuclear Medicine Technology  
Physical site audits of equipment and direct interviews of medical and clinical engineering professionals were performed, as well as examination of tender and purchase documents, maintenance payment receipts  ...  A list of essential equipment for a nuclear medicine department in sub-Saharan Africa was identified. Quotations for equipment were provided by all major equipment suppliers, local and international.  ...  Other limitations were the inadequate equipment records in some hospitals and a total lack of equipment inventory management systems in most hospitals.  ... 
pmid:10322581 fatcat:ymd4bjsp4jfx7c3heamtuio7qi
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