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: How Can a Fractured Healthcare Technology Support Industry Hope to Be Effective?

CDx, NGS and regulation: five perspectives from the Pistoia Alliance.

Companion diagnostics (CDx) are essential to the practice of precision medicine. Next-generation sequencing is an increasingly important tool in the development of CDx. However, for CDx to be deployed, many different biopharma industry sectors need to collaborate. This paper outlines some of the challenges and opportunities perceived by the biopharmaceutical industry, the Europe Molecular Quality Network, a regulatory agency, a notified body and a CDx service provider.

Using blackboard collaborate, a digital web conference tool, to support nursing students placement learning: A pilot study exploring its impact.

Ensuring student nurses, when in clinical placement areas, receive good quality Higher Education Institution (HEI) lecturer support is challenging. This is because conventional HEI placement support, is resource intensive and arguably infeasible with growing student numbers. Evidence suggests, however, that online collaborative learning solutions (e.g., virtual classrooms, web conferencing tools) have the potential to ameliorate resource pressures. To test this idea, an online learning solution called Black...

Is a culture of health always healthy?

Health care systems in the United States are increasingly focused on addressing the social and cultural determinants of health (ie, a biopsychosocial model of disease). We applaud this important and laudable shift within US healthcare, which has long been dominated by a merely biomedical model of disease. However, we offer three reasons for nurses and other healthcare providers to proceed with caution; otherwise, human culture could become merely a tool of the healthcare industry to be instrumentally deploy...

How the Globe Celebrated World Vitiligo Day 2019.

A week-long World Vitiligo Day campaign culminates efforts of numerous activists around the world to bring this once forgotten skin disease to the attention of general public, healthcare system and biopharma industry. The campaign international headquarters moves across the globe each year, this year coming to Hanoi, Vietnam. Support for the event is huge and over half a million people from across the world have now signed a petition that asks the UN Secretary General to officially designate June 25th as Wo...

Integrating DMAIC approach of Lean Six Sigma and theory of constraints toward quality improvement in healthcare.

Healthcare is a unique service industry and it deals with complex tasks. To overcome complex tasks, healthcare organizations need to implement DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control) approach of Lean Six Sigma (LSS) to improve quality performance. Application of DMAIC in a healthcare organization provides guidelines on how to handle a quality service system toward patient satisfaction. This approach also helps healthcare service providers to reduce waste, variation and work imbalance in the servi...

Consumers' Suggestions for Improving the Mental Healthcare System: Options, Autonomy, and Respect.

While the mental healthcare-consumer voice has gained in legitimacy and perceived value, policy initiatives and system improvements still lack input from consumers. This study explores consumers' suggestions for improving the mental healthcare system. Participants (N = 46) were conveniently recruited and responded to an online survey asking: "What are your suggestions for improving the mental healthcare system?" Eight themes were identified using iterative, inductive and deductive coding. Themes include...

New healthcare technologies to support home care of older people.

The ageing of the Swiss population is increasing the healthcare needs and costs. Both frailty and chronic diseases affecting older people reduce their ability to live independently. However, the vast majority of older people want to continue living at home, while having a quality of life and receiving the best healthcare services. In this context, new connected healthcare technologies can be a relevant solution to facilitate home care of older people. In this article, we present the issues related to these ...

Cultural competence in lifelong care and support for individuals with intellectual disabilities.

Although an extensive amount of research has been devoted to models defining cultural competence of healthcare professionals in short-term care, there is unclarity about the cultural competencies that professionals providing lifelong care and support should have. The current study aimed to explore which cultural competencies are used by these healthcare professionals, and whether these competencies enabled them to make cultural adaptations to their regular care practices.

Certified Basic Life Support Instructors Identify Improper Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Skills Poorly: Instructor Assessments Versus Resuscitation Manikin Data.

During basic life support (BLS) training, instructors assess learners' cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills and correct errors to ensure high-quality performance. This study aimed to investigate certified BLS instructors' assessments of CPR skills.

Exploring the perceptions of emotional distress among couples living with Type 2 diabetes and among diabetes healthcare providers, and consideration of support needs.

To compare the emotional distress experienced by people with Type 2 diabetes with the perceptions of their partners, and to explore the perceptions of healthcare providers and how these differ from the perceptions and experiences of couples living with Type 2 diabetes regarding their support needs.

The role of objective tests to support a diagnosis of asthma in children.

In many healthcare settings asthma in children is a clinical diagnosis based on parental reported symptoms. These include intermittent episodes of wheezing, breathlessness and periodic nocturnal dry cough. Increased symptoms often coincide with colds. Confirming a diagnosis of asthma in children can be difficult and recent reports highlight that misdiagnosis, including over- and under-diagnosis of asthma are common. Recent UK National Institute of Health and Care Excellence guidelines recommend diagnostic a...

Michael O. Ugwueke, DHA, FACHE, President and CEO, Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare.

The impact of multidimensional physical activity feedback on healthcare practitioners and patients.

Promotion of physical activity in primary care has had limited success. Wearable technology presents an opportunity to support healthcare practitioners (HCPs) in providing personalised feedback to their patients.

Support Tools for Preference-Sensitive Decisions in Healthcare: Where Are We? Where Do We Go? How Do We Get There?

An industry in transition: The chemical industry and the megatrends driving its forthcoming transformation.

Significant product and process innovation is taking place in the chemical industry. Rather than willing to make bold predictions, this study emphasizes that said change due to impact both main segments of the industry is driven by societal megatrends concerning the environment, health, and energy which permeate societies on a global scale.

Use of a Virtual Reality Device for Basic Life Support Training: Prototype Testing and an Exploration of Users' Views and Experience.

Immediate initiation of cardiopulmonary resuscitation significantly increases the chances of survival after a cardiac arrest. Virtual reality devices allow the integration of features of real patients into training to facilitate interaction and feedback, thus improving performance. However, its use as a training tool remains underexplored. The aims of this study were to undertake initial testing of a virtual reality basic life support prototype and to explore users' views and experiences.

An Open Science Approach to Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) offers significant potential for improving healthcare. This paper discusses how an "open science" approach to AI tool development, data sharing, education, and research can support the clinical adoption of AI systems.

Interdisciplinary collaboration needed in obtaining high-quality medical information in child abuse investigations.

Despite reporting legislation, healthcare providers (HCPs) do not always report and collaborate in cases of suspected child abuse. Recognizing this leaves children at risk, the Wisconsin Child Abuse Network (WI CAN) sought to understand barriers to mandated reporting and collaboration with child abuse investigators.

Education and practice developments: Addressing the psychosocial concerns and support needs of LGBT+ people.

There has been recent interest in the unique healthcare needs and concerns of diverse groups from human rights, social inclusion and healthcare access and utilisation perspectives. However, the distinct psychosocial experiences and needs of LGBT+ people remains under-researched.

Clinical Outcomes of Pemphigus Patients Treated by the Same Physicians in a Public Safety Net Healthcare System Versus a Private Healthcare System.

Healthcare may be influenced by the healthcare system to which the patient is aligned as well as the characteristics of the patients within a given healthcare system. The University of Southern California (USC) has two healthcare systems on the same campus - the private system (PS) University Hospital for patients with healthcare insurance and the safety net system (SNS), Los Angeles County Hospital for indigent patients. The same USC physicians provide care in both systems. This article is protected by cop...

'There was just no-one there to acknowledge that it happened to me as well': A qualitative study of male partner's experience of miscarriage.

Miscarriage occurs in up to one in four pregnancies and can be a devastating event affecting both men and women. Unfortunately, the male partner's experience of miscarriage is seldom researched, particularly within Australia. This qualitative study involved semi-structured telephone interviews with 10 Australian men, whose partners miscarried between three months and ten years ago. Participants were recruited through professional networks and support organisations. Interviews explored men's general miscarri...

Barriers and Facilitators to the Successful Transition of Adolescents Living with HIV from Pediatric to Adult Care in Low and Middle-Income Countries: A Systematic Review and Policy Analysis.

The purpose of this systematic review was twofold. First, we sought to summarize the literature on barriers and facilitators to successful healthcare transition for adolescents living with HIV from low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). Next, we assessed healthcare transition-related policies in countries from which we identified barriers and facilitators to determine the extent to which practice and policy meet to address the country-specific needs of adolescents living with HIV during healthcar...

Advancing public health policy making through research on the political strategies of alcohol industry actors.

Development and implementation of evidence-based policies is needed in order to ameliorate the rising toll of non-communicable diseases (NCDs). Alcohol is a key cause of the mortality burden and alcohol policies are under-developed. This is due in part to the global influence of the alcohol industry. We propose that a better understanding of the methods and the effectiveness of alcohol industry influence on public health policies will support efforts to combat such influence, and advance global health. Many...

Clinical decision support for high-cost imaging: A randomized clinical trial.

There is widespread concern over the health risks and healthcare costs from potentially inappropriate high-cost imaging. As a result, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) will soon require high-cost imaging orders to be accompanied by Clinical Decision Support (CDS): software that provides appropriateness information at the time orders are placed via a best practice alert for targeted (i.e. likely inappropriate) imaging orders, although the impacts of CDS in this context are unclear. In this...

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