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The effect of inadequate access to healthcare services on emergency room visits. A comparison between physical and mental health conditions.

This paper estimates the influence of inadequate access to healthcare services on the rate of Emergency Room (ER) hospital visits in Australia. We take micro-data on different types of healthcare shortfalls from the 2012 Australian Survey of Disability, Aging and Carers, and employ Propensity Score Matching (PSM) techniques to identify their effects on ER visits. We find that shortfalls in access to various medical services increases ER visits for individuals with mental and physical conditions by about the...

Sex differences in common childhood infections in Taiwan.

Sex differences in childhood infections are commonly reported in case-only studies. In this population-based study of 278K Taiwanese children followed from 3 months to 18 years old during 2000-2012, we compared age-trajectories of monthly numbers of all-cause healthcare visits and monthly rates of infection-specific healthcare visits in boys and girls. In all-cause healthcare visits and in healthcare visits related to conjunctivitis, respiratory tract infections, enteritis, hand-foot-mouth disease and herpa...

Food insecurity, healthcare utilization, and high cost: a longitudinal cohort study.

Reducing utilization of high-cost healthcare services is a common population health goal. Food insecurity-limited access to nutritious food owing to cost-is associated with chronic disease, but its relationship with healthcare utilization is understudied. We tested whether food insecurity is associated with increased emergency department (ED) visits, hospitalizations, and related costs.

Innovative Leadership Initiatives to Reduce the Cost of Healthcare.

This study involved an examination of the literature with the goal of establishing innovative leadership initiatives to reduce healthcare costs. To achieve this objective, the author used a qualitative research design based on grounded theory to identify the key drivers of high healthcare costs and examine ways to manage them. The study outcomes show that the key drivers were unnecessary diagnostic procedures such as imaging tests, large numbers of specialty referrals, and hospitalization. The author observ...

Enhancing Patient Navigation with Contingent Incentives to Improve Healthcare Behaviors and Viral Load Suppression of Persons with HIV and Substance Use.

This secondary analysis compares health behavior outcomes for two groups of HIV+ substance users randomized in a 3-arm trial [1] to receive Patient Navigation with (PN+CM) or without (PN) contingent financial incentives (CM). Mean age of participants was 45 years; the majority was male (67%), African American (78%), unemployed (35%), or disabled (50%). Behaviors incentivized for PN+CM were (1) attendance at HIV care visits and (2) verification of an active HIV medication prescription. Incentives were associ...

Unplanned Emergency Department Visits within 30-Days of Mastectomy and Breast Reconstruction.

Unplanned emergency department (ED) visits are often overlooked as an indicator of care quality. Our objectives were to (1) determine the rate of 30-day ED visits following mastectomy with or without immediate reconstruction, (2) perform a risk analysis of potential factors associated with ED return, and (3) assess for potentially preventable visits with a focus on returns for pain.

The association between outpatient follow-up visits and all-cause non-elective 30-day readmissions: A retrospective observational cohort study.

As an effort to reduce hospital readmissions, early follow-up visits were recommended by the Society of Hospital Medicine. However, published literature on the effect of follow-up visits is limited with mixed conclusions. Our goal here is to fully explore the relationship between follow-up visits and the all-cause non-elective 30-day readmission rate (RR) after adjusting for confounders.

Pain Agreements and Healthcare Utilization in a Veterans Affairs Primary Care Population: A Retrospective Chart Review.

The prevalence of chronic pain is enormous. In America, the management of chronic pain and opioids remains a critical focus. Guidelines recommend pain agreements as part of the management of chronic pain and opioids; however, evidence of improvement in patient outcomes is lacking. An aspect of patient outcome includes utilization of healthcare resources, such as emergency department visits and hospitalizations. It remains uncertain whether the use of pain agreements lessens healthcare utilization.

Response to letter from Patrick S Phelan.

Mental Health-Related Emergency Department Visits Associated with Cannabis in Colorado.

Cannabis legalization in Colorado resulted in increased cannabis-associated healthcare utilization. Our objective was to examine co-occurrence of cannabis and mental health diagnostic coding in Colorado emergency department (ED) discharges and replicate the study in a subpopulation of ED visits where cannabis involvement and psychiatric diagnosis were confirmed through medical review.

The Second Society for Simulation in Healthcare Research Summit: Beyond our Boundaries.

In this article, we report on the Second Society for Simulation in Healthcare Research Summit held in 2017. This meeting succeeded the First Research Summit from 2011 with the goal of advancing the scope of healthcare simulation research. During the one and a half day summit, some of the world's leading experts in simulation, healthcare, and simulation in healthcare convened to discuss ideas about what research goals would be most beneficial to the healthcare simulation community, and what could be done to ...

James Patrick Smith OBE FRCN 4 May 1934 to 15 June 2018.

Informal healthcare sector and marginalized groups: Repeat visits in rural North India.

The interrelationship between the public and private sectors, and formal and informal healthcare sectors effects market-level service quality, pricing behaviour and referral networks. However, health utilisation analysis of national survey data from many low and middle income countries is constrained by the lack of disaggregated health provider data. This study is concerned with the pattern of repeat outpatient consultations for a single episode of fever from public and private qualified providers and priva...

The conversion to Rastelli's type operation from Patrick-McGoon's procedure of an adult with Taussig-Bing heart: a case report.

A 23-year-old female of Taussig-Bing heart with antero-posterior relation of the great arteries was underwent Patrick-McGoon's intraventricular rerouting at 6 years old of age. The left ventricular outflow obstruction (peak pressure gradient of 100 mmHg) developed, and severe aortic valve regurgitation following bacterial endocarditis was noted. The conversion to Rastelli's type operation and aortic valve replacement were performed successfully at 23 years old of age. She is doing well without any signif...

Who Will Show? Predicting Missed Visits Among Patients in Routine HIV Primary Care in the United States.

Missed HIV medical visits predict poor clinical outcomes. We sought to identify patients at high risk of missing visits. We analyzed 2002-2014 data from six large US HIV clinics. At each visit, we predicted the likelihood of missing the next scheduled visit using demographic, clinical, and patient-reported psychosocial variables. Overall, 10,374 participants contributed 105,628 HIV visits. For 17% of visits, the next scheduled appointment was missed. The strongest predictor of a future missed visit was past...

Stress Among Healthcare Professionals Calls Out for Attention.

Effects of physician's specialty on regular chronic kidney disease care in predialysis: A population-based cross-sectional study.

Late referral in chronic kidney disease (CKD) is associated with irregular care and poor prognosis. How the specialty of healthcare provider affect late referral and irregular CKD care remain unclear.We conducted a population-based cross-sectional study to include incident dialysis patients from 2002 to 2007 in Taiwan and observed for 1, 2, and 3 years before dialysis. The medical visits-related information was evaluated every 3 months, retrospectively. Irregular follow-up was defined as missing a follow-up...

PRACTITIONER APPLICATION: Innovative Leadership Initiatives to Reduce the Cost of Healthcare.

Impact of presumed service-connected diagnosis on the Department of Veterans Affairs healthcare utilization patterns of Vietnam-Theater Veterans: A cross-sectional study.

During the Vietnam War, the US military sprayed almost 20 million gallons of Agent Orange (AO), an herbicide contaminated with dioxin, over Vietnam. Approximately, 2.7 million US military personnel may have been exposed to AO during their deployment. Ordinarily, veterans who can demonstrate a nexus between a diagnosed condition and military service are eligible for Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) service-connected disability compensation. Vietnam Veterans have had difficulty, however, establishing a nex...

Health Behaviors and Preventive Healthcare Utilization Among African-American Attendees at a Faith-Based Public Health Conference: Healthy Churches 2020.

Unhealthy eating habits and physical inactivity along with lack of access to quality healthcare contribute to the marked health disparities in chronic diseases among African-Americans. Faith-based public health conferences offer a potential opportunity to improve health literacy and change health behaviors through health promotion within this population, thereby reducing health disparities. This study examined the self-reported health behaviors and preventive healthcare utilization patterns of 77 participan...

Healthcare personnel exposure in an emergency department during influenza season.

Healthcare personnel are at high risk for exposure to influenza by direct and indirect contact, droplets and aerosols, and by aerosol generating procedures. Information on air and surface influenza contamination is needed to assist in developing guidance for proper prevention and control strategies. To understand the vulnerabilities of healthcare personnel, we measured influenza in the breathing zone of healthcare personnel, in air and on surfaces within a healthcare setting, and on filtering facepiece resp...

Emergency department visits during outpatient parenteral antimicrobial therapy: a retrospective cohort study.

Patients receiving outpatient parenteral antimicrobial therapy (OPAT) may require emergency department (ED) visits to manage complications. This study's purpose was to identify risk factors for ED visits during OPAT and risk factors for hospitalization among patients with ED visits.

Healthcare use for children with complex needs: using routine health data linked to a multiethnic, ongoing birth cohort.

Congenital anomaly (CA) are a leading cause of disease, death and disability for children throughout the world. Many have complex and varying healthcare needs which are not well understood. Our aim was to analyse the healthcare needs of children with CA and examine how that healthcare is delivered.

Gaps in communication between cancer patients and healthcare providers: symptom distress and patients' intentions to disclose.

Good communication between patients and healthcare professionals (HCPs) is an important contributor to patient well-being. Few studies have focused on the gaps in communication between patients and HCPs about symptoms. This study examined patients' perspectives on symptom distress, intention to discuss symptoms, and actual symptom discussion in medical oncology visits.

Scared and surrounded by clutter: The influence of emotional reactivity.

Home visits can improve treatment outcomes for hoarding disorder, but factors influencing the success of home visits remain unknown. As home visits expose individuals to clutter and fear, the present study examined the effect that fear and emotional reactivity have on the relationship between clutter and discarding behaviour.

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