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The rheumatic heart disease healthcare paradox: disease persistence in slums despite universal healthcare coverage-a provider perspective qualitative study.

Rheumatic heart disease (RHD) is a preventable disease frequently recognized in urban slums. Disease rates in Brazilian slums are incommensurate with the country's economic status and the existence of its universal healthcare system. Our study aimed to investigate what system issues may allow for disease persistence, focusing on issues surrounding access and utilization of primary and specialized healthcare services.

Where you live matters: Regional differences in healthcare resource use for psoriasis in the United States.

It is unknown which U.S. census region offers best access to healthcare resources.

The supporting role of the midwife during the first 14 days of breastfeeding: A descriptive qualitative study in maternity wards and primary healthcare.

In Flanders, Belgium, 78.2% of the women exclusively breastfeed their babies following birth. However, after three months just one third of those babies is breastfed exclusively. This is in contrast with the WHO recommendations of a minimum of six months. Studies reveal that women are not always satisfied with the breastfeeding support they receive from their midwives, which can lead to early cessation of breastfeeding. The general aim of this study is to gain an in-depth understanding of the supporting rol...

Perspectives on Developing Healthcare Managers in Africa: The Strathmore Business School's Healthcare Management Programme.

A substantial shortage of qualified healthcare professionals in Africa continues, but it is now apparent that professionally trained healthcare managers are an equally important need. Health facilities in Africa typically promote physicians into the role of general manager, but physicians and their lay counterparts routinely admit to being ill-prepared for roles as leaders of health systems, healthcare facilities and other services. Few, if any, degree programmes for healthcare management-be they master's i...

Clinical and academic recommendations for primary dental care prosthodontics.

Prosthodontic practice includes a large proportion of dental care provision, mostly undertaken in primary dental care (PDC) in the UK. However, there is limited research evidence in prosthodontic practice, necessary to tackle key questions to improve oral and dental health. In addition, many overarching challenges exist within the NHS system relevant to prosthodontics. For example, demands on healthcare services from increasing patient expectations, the ever-ageing and growing population, risks of litigatio...

Occupational allergic contact dermatitis from systemic drugs.

Healthcare workers and professionals working in the pharmaceutical industry are at risk of developing occupational allergic contact dermatitis (OACD) from systemic drugs (or drug intermediates).

mHealth4Afrika: Supporting Standards Based Integration of Medical Sensor Data.

mHealth4Afrika has introduced the use of CE approved medical sensors at the point of care in primary healthcare facilities in Africa as part of an integrated platform supporting primary health care services. This paper shares insights into the standards-based architecture and HL7 FHIR service developed to support data transfer from sensors with proprietary standards to populate the mHealth4Afrika electronic patient record via custom Android and Windows applications. The current iteration is being validated ...

Associations between healthcare consumption in country of origin and in country of residence by people with Turkish and Moroccan backgrounds living in the Netherlands: the HELIUS study.

In Europe, a substantial percentage of the 22 million inhabitants with histories of migration from non-European countries utilize healthcare in their countries of origin. That could reflect avoidance of healthcare in the country of residence, but this has not been studied previously.

Second opinion utilization by healthcare insurance type in a mixed private-public healthcare system: a population-based study.

To evaluate the utilisation (overall and by specialty) and the characteristics of second-opinion seekers by insurance type (either health fund or supplementary insurance) in a mixed private-public healthcare.

What's on your keyboard? A systematic review of the contamination of peripheral computer devices in healthcare settings.

To determine the extent and type of microbial contamination of computer peripheral devices used in healthcare settings, evaluate the effectiveness of interventions to reduce contamination of these devices and establish the risk of patient and healthcare worker infection from contaminated devices.

How to develop therapeutic and translational research collaborations with industry.

Discovery and development of new medicines requires the talent and passion of both academic and industrial scientists. Identifying the optimal set of circumstances for direct collaboration between academic and industry teams requires a mutual understanding of what each partner brings to the relationship, and an appreciation of the specialized capabilities and scope of work to be undertaken by each group. We provide our perspective on the who, what, where, why, and how for establishing therapeutic and transl...

Simultaneous saccharification and fermentation of native rye, wheat and triticale starch.

The increasing global demand for starchy raw material requires new methods for obtaining ethanol from a range of plants using environmentally friendly methods. Granular starch hydrolyzing enzymes (GSHE) can effectively support the development of this industry.

Fuzzy synthetic evaluation and health risk assessment quantification of heavy metals in Zhangye agricultural soil from the perspective of sources.

Heavy metals in agricultural soil receive much attention because they are easily absorbed by crop into the ecosystem. Managing the discharge of heavy metals from the source is an effective way to prevent and control heavy metals pollution. Grouped principal component analysis (GPCA) and Positive Matrix Factorization (PMF) receptor models were utilized in this study to conduct source apportionment, and the former was optimal because of the accuracy of predicting. Based on the source contribution by GPCA/APCS...

Impact of improved price transparency on patients' demand of healthcare services.

Evidence is limited and mixed as to how improved price transparency affects patients' demand for healthcare. Price transparency usually affects both the supply and the demand side of healthcare. However, in Japan-where healthcare providers cannot compete on prices-we can examine an independent impact of price transparency on patients' demand for healthcare. The aim of this study is to investigate the impact of improved price transparency on patients' demand for healthcare. We conducted an experiment by pres...

Autism Prevalence in the Medicaid Program and Healthcare Utilization and Costs Among Adult Enrollees Diagnosed with Autism.

As the number of individuals diagnosed with autism increases, there is an increase in demand to provide support throughout their lifespan. This study aimed to: (1) estimate trends in the prevalence of autism diagnoses and medical services use in adults with autism diagnoses; (2) assess predictors of healthcare utilization and costs among adults with autism diagnoses enrolled in Medicaid. A retrospective analysis of 2006-2008 Medicaid claims for 39 states was conducted. There was a 38% increase in the preval...

Healthcare transition for adolescents and young adults with long-term conditions: Qualitative study of patients, parents and healthcare professionals' experiences.

To examine the needs and perspectives regarding healthcare transition for adolescents and young adults with the following long-term conditions: diabetes, cystic fibrosis, and congenital heart disease.

Medical insurance as a direction of reforming the health system in Ukraine.

Introduction: The right to live, the right to healthcare and medical care insurance, which are affirmed at the constitutional level in Ukraine, are exercised by organizing the healthcare system with the due consideration of all social groups of people. The current state of healthcare funding in Ukraine does not encourage the conditions under which the quality medical care is provided to the population as needed, especially to the socially disadvantaged group of people. The formation of marketing system of m...

Public trust and knowledge in the context of emerging climate-adaptive forestry policies.

Effective governance of public forests depends, in part, on public support for changes in forest management, particularly those responding to changes in socio-ecological conditions driven by climate change. Trust in managing authorities and knowledge about forest management have proven influential in shaping public support for policy across different forest managemen contexts. However, little is known about the relationship between public trust and knowledge as it relates to policy support for emerging mana...

Estimating extra length of stay due to healthcare-associated infections before and after implementation of a hospital-wide infection control program.

Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) are a major health concern and have substantial effects on morbidity and mortality and increase healthcare costs. We investigated the effect of a hospital-wide program for the prevention of HAIs on additional length of stay (LOS).

Healthcare data and artificial intelligence: a geostrategic vision.

The rapid deployment of artificial intelligence (AI) and automation in healthcare is highlighting the importance of health data-driven management as a geostrategic lever. From this point of view, the progress made by the United States and China requires a strong European response to develop a responsible vision which adopts an approach aiming at the positive regulation of AI in healthcare.

Impact of implementation of an enhanced recovery program in gynecologic surgery on healthcare costs.

Enhanced recovery programs have been associated with improved outcomes following gynecologic surgery. There is limited data on the effect of enhanced recovery programs on healthcare costs or healthcare service utilization.

Proliferation of 'healthy' alcohol products in Australia: implications for policy.

The Australian alcohol industry has observed that increased health consciousness among consumers is a threat to industry revenue, but also an opportunity for innovation and growth within the sector.

Family Caregiving in Serious Illness in the United States: Recommendations to Support an Invisible Workforce.

Family caregivers provide the vast majority of care for individuals with serious illness living in the community but are not often viewed as full members of the healthcare team. Family caregivers are increasingly expected to acquire a sophisticated understanding of the care recipient's condition and new skills to execute complex medical or nursing tasks, often without adequate preparation and support, and with little choice in taking on the role. This review draws on peer-reviewed literature, government rep...

Industry Payments for Otolaryngology Research: A Four-Year Analysis of the Open Payments Database.

To characterize industry research payments to otolaryngologists.

Does "replacing business tax with value-added tax" promote the energy efficiency of the logistics industry in China?

This paper investigates the relationship between "replacing business tax with value-added tax" (RBTVT) and the total factor energy efficiency (TFEE) of the logistics industry using regression discontinuity (RD) method, and the research shows that the TFEE of the logistics industry in China has presented a benign growth trend. RBTVT has significantly promoted the development of TFEE in the logistics industry, and its influence has mainly stemmed from the improvement of green technology progress. Moreover, th...

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