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Choosing Video Instead of In-Clinic Consultations in Primary Care in Israel: Discrete Choice Experiment Among Key Stakeholders-Patients, Primary Care Physicians, and Policy Makers.

Despite its innovative benefits, the adoption of video consultations (VCs) in primary care settings is complex and slow.


Predicting Primary Care Use Among Patients in a Large Integrated Health System: The Role of Patient Experience Measures.

Most Veterans Affairs (VA) Health Care System enrollees age 65+ also have the option of obtaining care through Medicare. Reliance upon VA varies widely and there is a need to optimize its prediction in an era of expanding choice for veterans to obtain care within or outside of VA. We examined whether survey-based patient-reported experiences improved prediction of VA reliance.

Strategies to strengthen the provision of mental health care at the primary care setting: An Evidence Map.

In a deinstitutionalised mental health care system, those with mental illness require complex, multidisciplinary and intersectoral care at the primary or community service setting. This paper describes an Evidence Map of different strategies to strengthen the provision of mental health care at the primary health care (PHC) setting, the quality of the evidence, and knowledge gaps. Electronic and reference searching yielded 2666 articles of which 306 qualified for data extraction. A systematic review methodol...


Effects of pay-for-performance for primary care physicians on diabetes outcomes in single-payer health systems: a systematic review.

Although pay-for-performance (P4P) for diabetes care is increasingly common, evidence of its effectiveness in improving population health and health system sustainability is deficient. This information gap is attributable in part to the heterogeneity of healthcare financing, covered medical conditions, care settings, and provider remuneration arrangements within and across countries. We systematically reviewed the literature concentrating on whether P4P for physicians in primary and community care leads to ...

Patients' Satisfaction after Primary Health Care Centers' Integration with Ministry of Health Hospitals, Jeddah.

In today's competitive and media-influenced health care environment, resource utilization is driven by patient outcome. A key criterion to evaluate the quality of health care services is to assess patients' satisfaction. The objectives of this study were to compare patients' satisfaction in the first and last quarters after Primary Health Care Centers' (PHCCs) integration with Ministry of Health (MOH) hospitals in Jeddah, and to identify the factors contributing toward patient's satisfaction in first and la...

Diverticular disease management in primary care: How do estimates from community-dispensed antibiotics inform provision of care?

The literature regarding diverticular disease of the intestines (DDI) almost entirely concerns hospital-based care; DDI managed in primary care settings is rarely addressed.

Newly educated care managers' experiences of providing care for persons with stress-related mental disorders in the clinical primary care context.

Our aim was to explore how the care managers put the complex care manager task into practice and how they perceived their task, which was to facilitate effective, person-centred treatment for stress-related disorder concordant with evidence-based guidelines in primary care.

Implementation models and access to HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis in Spain.

To implement HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) in Spain, several possible models fitting the Spanish National Health System must be considered. The experience of other countries with a similar background let us foresee their benefits and their defects before implementing them. Possible implementation models for prescription-follow-up-dispensing circuits may involve hospitals, STI clinics or primary care centres and community pharmacies. On the one hand, a hospital-based circuit is the least effective of t...

Providing health care for patients with childhood cancer and survivors: A survey of pediatric primary care providers.

The current study was conducted to assess self-reported comfort levels of pediatric primary care providers (PCPs) in providing acute medical care to patients with childhood cancer who currently were receiving therapy (on-therapy patients) and health maintenance care to childhood cancer survivors, independently and in conjunction with pediatric oncologists, along with confidence levels regarding knowledge about immunizations for survivors. All levels were measured using 7-point Likert scales.

Variation in primary health care services after implementation of quality improvement policy in Brazil.

Brazil is the most populous country with a public, universal and free health care system. The National Program for Access and Quality Improvement in Primary Care (PMAQ) was created to improve the quality of primary health care (PHC).

Developing professional education for primary healthcare providers about nutrition.

Nutrition care is an important component of primary health care as a way to promote positive lifestyle behaviours and reduce risks of chronic disease. Despite this, it appears that primary healthcare settings, including antenatal care, miss opportunities to deliver nutrition care. Time constraints, lack of nutrition knowledge and lack of confidence have been identified as barriers for primary healthcare providers in delivering nutrition care. Nutrition training to upskill primary healthcare providers to del...

Effects of health insurance integration on health care utilization and its equity among the mid-aged and elderly: evidence from China.

The fragmentation of health insurance schemes in China has undermined equity in access to health care. To achieve universal health coverage by 2020, the Chinese government has decided to consolidate three basic medical insurance schemes. This study aims to evaluate the effects of integrating Urban and Rural Residents Basic Medical Insurance schemes on health care utilization and its equity in China.

Effect of clinical pharmacist intervention on the treatment of acute pancreatitis.

Background The participation of clinical pharmacists in the treatment of acute pancreatitis has rarely been reported. Objective The aim of this study was to retrospectively evaluate the impact of intervention of clinical pharmacists on the treatment of acute pancreatitis. Setting An academic teaching hospital in Taizhou, Jiangsu, China. Method Two hundred and twenty-eight patients with acute pancreatitis were retrospectively enrolled from July 2017 to July 2018 and divided into an intervention group (n =...

The construction of the oral health care network in the Federal District, Brazil.

The Oral Health Policy of the Federal District State Health Secretariat was in a fragmented state, similarly to the entire health system. There was no integration between oral health teams and other Primary Care professionals and performance at the other levels was inconsistent and limited, preventing the effective establishment of the Care Network. In 2017, the head management chose to convert the system organically based on the family health strategy and the logic of the care networks. The aim of this stu...

The non-medical switching of prescription medications.

Non-medical switching of medication, whereby a patient's treatment regimen is changed for reasons other than efficacy, side effects, or adherence, is often related to drug formulary changes aimed at reducing drug costs. In the era of healthcare reform, while cost-cutting measures are important, there is considerable evidence that non-medical switching, particularly when applied to medication used to treat chronic conditions such as diabetes, may impact patient outcomes, medication-taking behavior, and use o...

Caring for and assessing pediatric patients: Aspects to consider as a pharmacy practitioner.

Pharmacists care for patients of all ages. Pediatric patients are not smaller versions of adults; thus, they provide a unique challenge to pharmacists. Basic components of patient assessment and considerations for medication dosing and administration for pediatric patients are reviewed here.

Compassion and connectedness as motivational drivers in the care of children with medical complexity.

Employing a cross-sectional qualitative descriptive design, using individual, semi-structured interviews collected from primary care and specialty clinicians who routinely care for children with medical complexity (CMC) in a largely rural area in central Virginia, this study aimed to better understand the current state of care, the motivations, and barriers for expansion of care for CMC in a semi-rural academic hospital center. Five themes emerged describing the current practice of the participants: (1) com...

Looking to the Future: Medical Students' Views on Health Care Reform and Professional Responsibility.

Although medical students will influence the future U.S. health care system, their opinions on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) have not been assessed since the 2016 presidential election and elimination of key ACA provisions. Understanding medical students' views on health care policy and professional obligations can provide insight into issues that will be shaped by the next generation of physicians.

Process and outcome of prenatal care according to the primary care models: a cohort study.

to evaluate the process and outcome indicators of the prenatal care developed in primary care, comparing traditional care models and the Family Health Strategy.

The impact of social prescribing services on service users: a systematic review of the evidence.

Social prescribing initiatives are widely implemented in the UK National Health Service to integrate health and social care. Social prescribing is a service in primary care that links patients with non-medical needs to sources of support provided by the community and voluntary sector to help improve their health and wellbeing. Such programmes usually include navigators, who work with referred patients and issue onward referrals to sources of non-medical support. This systematic review aimed to assess the ev...

Examining the association between religiosity and medical mistrust among churchgoing Latinos in Long Beach, CA.

Medical mistrust among racial/ethnic minorities has been associated with decreases in health care utilization, whereas religiosity has been separately linked with increases in this behavior. However, very few studies have examined the relationship between religiosity and medical mistrust among Latinos, a group with strong religious connections and potentially high mistrust. In-person, self-administered surveys were collected among 767 adult Latinos attending three Latino churches (one Catholic and two Pente...

Development of key performance indicators to capture in measuring the impact of pharmacists in caring for patients with epilepsy in primary healthcare: A Delphi consensual study.

This study was conducted to develop and achieve formal consensus on a core set of key performance indicators (KPIs) that can be captured in measuring the impact of pharmacists in caring for patients with epilepsy (PWE) visiting epilepsy clinics as outpatients in primary healthcare practice.

Access to chiropractic care and the cost of spine conditions among older adults.

Chiropractic care is a service that operates outside of the conventional medical system and is reimbursed by Medicare. Our objective was to examine the extent to which accessibility of chiropractic care affects spending on medical spine care among Medicare beneficiaries.

The impact of curriculum on nursing students' attitudes, perceptions and preparedness to work in primary health care: An integrative review.

The ageing population and growing burden of chronic disease has increased demands for primary health care services, necessitating growth of this nursing workforce. Studies have explored strategies in retaining nurses, employment conditions in primary health care, and transitioning of acute care nurses to primary health care employment. Few studies have explored how undergraduate nursing students perceive and are prepared to work in this sector.

Clinical Care Quality Among Veterans Health Administration Patients With Mental Illness Following Medical Home Implementation.

This study sought to compare quality of care following medical home implementation among Veterans Health Administration (VHA) primary care patients with and without mental illness.


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