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Towards Ethically and Medically Sustainable Care for the Elderly: The Case of China.

An enormous challenge facing China is how to provide sustainable care for its rapidly-increasing elderly population. Its recent policy directives include three medical forms-the institution-cooperation-form, the institution-medical-form, and the family-physician-form-to integrate medical care into ordinary care for the elderly. This essay indicates that China will not be able to maintain sustainable elderly care unless it places emphasis on the family-physician-form that focuses on family physicians and th...

Modernization of state administration system in the health care sphere of Ukraine.

Introduction: A new medical reform started in Ukraine from January 1, 2018, new bills were drafted and the current legislation was amended. The legislator began to gradually abandon organizational and legal ways to improve the functioning of medical institutions in order to develop the market of medical services, as well as to ensure the protection of patients' rights. The main issue of health care reform was the improvement of state administration, in particular the creation of new mechanisms for financing...

Improving the structure of diabetes care in primary care: A pilot study.

The aim of this pilot study was to determine whether glycemic control can be improved in patients with type 2 diabetes by implementing a workshop model to improve the structure of diabetes care at primary health care centers (PHCCs).

Multi-Payer Advanced Primary Care Practice Demonstration on quality of care.

We evaluated whether primary care practices in the Medicare Multi-Payer Advanced Primary Care Practice (MAPCP) Demonstration improved the quality of care and patient outcomes for beneficiaries.

Integrating hepatitis C care for at-risk groups (HepLink): baseline data from a multicentre feasibility study in primary and community care.

To examine HCV prevalence and management among people who inject drugs (PWID) attending primary care and community-based health services at four European sites using baseline data from a multicentre feasibility study of a complex intervention (HepLink).

Association Between the Implementation of a Population-Based Primary Care Payment System and Achievement on Quality Measures in Hawaii.

Hawaii Medical Service Association (HMSA), the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Hawaii, introduced Population-based Payments for Primary Care (3PC), a new capitation-based primary care payment system, in 2016. The effect of this system on quality measures has not been evaluated.

Care and research concepts should be revised to practice outcome-based medical care.

A central question of medical care ethics is: what is 'good medical practice?' We will defend the argument that medical ethics must include care research -not only to find out what 'good' practice will turn out to be in the future once results are available- but also to guide practice in the meantime, when no one knows what to do, optimizing patient outcomes in real time.

The PRImary care Screening Methods (PRISM) study: Rationale and design considerations.

Primary care is the most frequently visited clinic type immediately prior to suicidal behavior, with nearly half of suicide decedents visiting a primary care provider within a month of their death. Data supporting the efficacy of suicide risk screening in this setting is lacking, however. Improved suicide risk screening in primary care could lead to earlier intervention and treatment.

Stories and perspective taking: Augmenting dental students' understanding of patient care.

Medical schools have reported on the integration of humanities, through literature, which offer diverse content and approaches that can be used to enhance patient care. The integration of humanities in dental education is a recent development. At the International Medical University (IMU) Malaysia, a literature module which focused on perspective taking activities was offered to the Bachelor of Dentistry program. We aimed to study if the module impacted dental students' understanding of patient care. Third...

Learning about dental trauma for medical students.

The literature identifies that medical students receive little or no formal dental trauma assessment and management teaching during medical school. The result of this is that many medical doctors are unaware of the urgency of emergency dental trauma care for patients. To bridge this important gap in medical education, medical educators should look to introduce basic dental trauma teaching into undergraduates' final year of medical school. This initiative would benefit medical doctors in either general medic...

Primary care clinicians' confidence, willingness participation and perceptions of roles in advance care planning discussions with patients: a multi-site survey.

People who engage in advance care planning (ACP) are more likely to receive health care that is concordant with their goals at the end of life. Little discussion of ACP occurs in primary care.


The aim of the study is to analyze individual legal problems of the implementation of the human right to palliative care. To achieve this goal, statistical data on the number of palliative patients, their access to medical services were analyzed. The absence of reasons for limiting the patient's right to receive palliative care, as such a right is a fundamental human right, is substantiated. An analysis of the understanding of the legal construction of "palliative care" in the scientific literature, nationa...

Outpatient Pediatric Special Care. Developing health policies at the primary level of care.

In 1978, the World Health Organization defined primary health care as the cornerstone of global health. In recent years, the usual causes of mortality (infections, deficiency diseases) now include chronic and degenerative diseases. It is now possible to provide tertiary care to patients without adequate resources for their survival after discharge. The health system has not been able to adapt to such change and has maintained a fragmented, reactive, disease-centered model. "Selective primary care" is useful...

The impact of direct access physiotherapy compared to primary care physician led usual care for patients with musculoskeletal disorders: a systematic review of the literature.

To update and appraise the available evidence with respect to the impact of direct access physiotherapy compared to primary care physician-led usual medical care for patients with musculoskeletal disorders in terms of efficacy, health care utilization and processes, health care costs, patient satisfaction, and compliance. Systematic searches were conducted in five bibliographic databases up to June 2019. Studies presenting quantitative data of any research related to direct access physiotherapy for patient...

Using telehealth to enable collaboration of pharmacists and geriatricians in residential medication management reviews.

Background Practical issues impede optimum collaboration between pharmacists and other clinical specialists in the current Australian residential medication review services which potentially affect efficiency, timeliness and quality of outcomes. Objective This mixed methods study aimed to explore the potential value of an existing telehealth platform to enable collaboration of pharmacists and geriatricians in residential medication reviews. Setting Long term care facilities in Australia. Method Twenty vigne...

Audio-visual and olfactory-visual integration in healthy participants and subjects with autism spectrum disorder.

The human capacity to integrate sensory signals has been investigated with respect to different sensory modalities. A common denominator of the neural network underlying the integration of sensory clues has yet to be identified. Additionally, brain imaging data from patients with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) do not cover disparities in neuronal sensory processing. In this fMRI study, we compared the underlying neural networks of both olfactory-visual and auditory-visual integration in patients with ASD an...

Effect of nephrology referrals and multidisciplinary care programs on renal replacement and medical costs on patients with advanced chronic kidney disease: A retrospective cohort study.

Evidence-based studies have revealed outcomes in patients with chronic kidney disease that differed depending on the design of care delivery. This study compared the effects of 3 types of nephrology care: multidisciplinary care (MDC), nephrology care, and non-nephrology care. We studied their effects on the risks of requiring dialysis and the differences between these methods had on long-term medical resource utilization and costs.We conducted a retrospective cohort study involving patients with an estimate...

Personalized, Web-Based, Guided Self-Help for Patients With Medically Unexplained Symptoms in Primary Care: Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial.

Medically unexplained symptoms (MUS) constitute a major health problem because of their high prevalence, the suffering and disability they cause, and the associated medical costs. Web-based interventions may provide an accessible and convenient tool for managing MUS. We developed a personalized, Web-based, guided self-help intervention for MUS in primary care (Grip self-help) and would compare its effectiveness with that of usual care.

Data envelopment analysis applications in primary health care: a systematic review.

Strategic management of primary health care centres is necessary for creating an efficient global health care system that delivers good care.

Problems of counterfeiting medical products in Ukraine.

Introduction: The provision of medical products of adequate quality should be considered as constituent element of the human right to life, inextricably linked with the right to health care protection and medical care. However, the Ukrainian market of counterfeit medical products affects the guaranteeing of the right to health care protection and medical care in Ukraine. The current situation necessitates a study of the legal regulation of counterfeiting of medical products in Ukraine and an increase in its...

Effectiveness of pharmaceutical support by pharmacists in urinary care teams.

To facilitate timely removal of urinary catheters and promote self-voiding among inpatients, urinary care teams have been established in some Japanese medical institutions. However, direct evidence of the effectiveness of pharmacist intervention in urinary care teams is limited. We evaluated the efficacy of pharmaceutical support by a pharmacist in a urinary care team. Between September 2017 and August 2018, 84 patients met the criteria for initiating continuous intervention. Patients with (20 cases) and wi...

The impact of differential cost sharing of prescription drugs on the use of primary care clinics among patients with hypertension or diabetes.

Since 2011, the Korean government has implemented differential cost sharing to increase the utilization of primary care clinics for the management of chronic diseases. The objective of this study was to examine the impact of the prescription drug cost-sharing increase on outpatients' selection of the medical care institution.

Primary Care Provider Encounter Cadence and HbA1c Control in Older Patients With Diabetes.

Primary care provider encounters are associated with health and well-being; however, limited evidence guides optimal primary care provider rate of visit, referred to as encounter cadence. This study measures associations between primary care provider encounter cadence and diabetes outcomes among individuals newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes mellitus.

Diversity training for medical students: evaluating impact.

Diversity training is an important component of medical training in helping prepare learners to manage an increasingly diverse patient population. This work (conducted as part of a medical student project) evaluated Year 3 medical student views and perceived learning following participation in a one-day diversity-focussed teaching day at a UK medical school. Post-session evaluation data was analysed alongside data obtained from a focus group of student participants. Students largely valued specific teaching...

Bipolar disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder in rural primary care: extending specialty care reach.

Similar proportions of individuals diagnosed with bipolar disorder present for care in primary care and specialty mental health care settings. Uncertainty remains about optimal care for individuals diagnosed with bipolar disorder when presenting outside of specialty settings. We present one strategy addressing this clinical conundrum using telehealth in primary care.

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