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An investigation of the effect of accessibility to General Practitioner services on healthcare utilisation among older people.

Equity in access to healthcare services is regarded as an important policy goal in the organisation of modern healthcare systems. Physical accessibility to healthcare services is recognised as a key component of access. Older people are more frequent and intensive users of healthcare, but reduced mobility and poorer access to transport may negatively influence patterns of utilisation. We investigate the extent to which supply-side factors in primary healthcare are associated with utilisation of General Prac...

Use of healthcare services at the end of life in decedents compared to their surviving counterparts: A case-control study among adults born before 1946 in Friuli Venezia Giulia.

There is a heterogeneous literature on healthcare utilization patterns at the end of life. The objective of this study is to examine the impact of closeness to death on the utilization of acute hospital-based healthcare services and some primary healthcare services and compare differences in gender, age groups and major causes of death disease specific mortality.

Use of healthcare services and expenditure in the US in 2025: The effect of obesity and morbid obesity.

This paper explores the contribution of body-mass index (BMI) categories in shaping past trends of use of healthcare services and associated expenditure in the US and projects results to 2025.

Examining factors affecting patients trust in online healthcare services in China: The moderating role of the purpose of use.

With the development of Web 2.0 technologies, an increasing number of websites are providing online healthcare services, and they have potential to alleviate problems of overloaded medical resources in China. However, some patients are reluctant to trust and continue using online healthcare services, partly due to the immature development of healthcare websites. Previous research has argued that online trust is significantly associated with the risk or benefit perceived by users. This study aims to extend p...


The Israeli Medical Corps provides a great deal of medical services by its own medical personnel and purchases some services from various civilian suppliers, including public hospitals. Although the IDF has bought hospital services since it's early days, few attempts have been made to purchase primary and secondary medical services for soldiers in rear units. This article presents an analysis of the outsourcing project ("Aviv" project) of medical services for rear units which was operating between the years...

A Mobile Health Wallet for pregnancy-related healthcare in Madagascar: a mixed-methods study on opportunities and challenges.

Mobile savings and payment systems have been widely adopted to store money and to pay for a variety of services, including healthcare. However, the possible implications of these technologies on financing and payment for maternal healthcare services - which commonly require large one-time out-of-pocket payments - have not yet been systematically assessed in low-resource settings.

Purchasers' deliberations on psychosocial needs within the process of allocating healthcare services for older home-dwelling persons with dementia: a qualitative study.

Meeting psychosocial needs is a significant component of quality dementia care. To enable persons with dementia to live at home for as long as possible, a community healthcare service offering care where physical, social, psychological, cultural and spiritual needs are met, is recommended. A comprehensive allocation process is required to allocate individually tailored healthcare services. However, the allocation process for older home-dwelling persons with dementia, specifically for services to safeguard p...

Development of a Perceived Access Inventory for Community Care Mental Healthcare Services for Veterans.

Access to high-quality healthcare, including mental healthcare, is a high priority for the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Meaningful monitoring of progress will require patient-centered measures of access. To that end, we developed the Perceived Access Inventory focused on access to VA mental health services (PAI-VA). However, VA is purchasing increasing amounts of mental health services from community mental health providers. In this paper, we describe the development of a PAI for users of VA-funded ...

Are we able to predict who needs a bed the most?

In recent years we indeed have witnessed an increasing demand on healthcare services coupled with spiraling healthcare costs forcing us towards identifying factors and interventions leading to greater healthcare efficiency.


This issue of "Harefuah" is dedicated to major milestones of research and innovation achieved by clinicians and researchers at Maccabi Healthcare Services, insuring 2.5 million Israelis.

Strategies used by people who inject drugs to avoid stigma in healthcare settings.

People who inject drugs (PWID) have limited engagement in healthcare services and report frequent experiences of stigma and mistreatment when accessing services. This paper explores the impact of stigma against injection drug use on healthcare utilization among PWID in the U.S. Northeast.

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...

Prospective patterns of modifiable health risk behaviors and the utilization of healthcare services in the "Health Workers Cohort Study" in Mexico.

We still lack information about how changes in modifiable health risk behaviors influence the utilization of healthcare services. This study assesses the relationships between prospective patterns of modifiable health risk behaviors and the utilization of healthcare services.

Connecting healthcare and clinical research: Workflow optimizations through seamless integration of EHR, pseudonymization services and EDC systems.

In the last years, several projects promote the secondary use of routine healthcare data based on electronic health record (EHR) data. In multicenter studies, dedicated pseudonymization services are applied for unified pseudonym handling. Healthcare, clinical research and pseudonymization systems are generally disconnected. Hence, the aim of this research work is to integrate these applications and to evaluate the workflow of clinical research.

Regional integration of healthcare services in twin cities, Paraná State, Brazil.

This field research aimed to identify healthcare integration among four twin cities in Paraná State, Brazil, the determinants of cross-border movements of foreigners, and the obstacles to such integration. Data were collected through in-depth interviews with key informants that were analyzed with thematic content analysis. The results showed that asymmetries in the structure, resources, supply, and quality of the network's health services are determinants of cross-border movements. The experiences with int...

Privacy-preserving aggregation of personal health data streams.

Recently, as the paradigm of medical services has shifted from treatment to prevention, there is a growing interest in smart healthcare that can provide users with healthcare services anywhere, at any time, using information and communications technologies. With the development of the smart healthcare industry, there is a growing need for collecting large-scale personal health data to exploit the knowledge obtained through analyzing them for improving the smart healthcare services. Although such a considera...

The electronic frailty index as an indicator of community healthcare service utilisation in the older population.

older people with frailty are particularly high users of healthcare services, however a lack of standardised recording of frailty in different healthcare electronic datasets has limited investigations into healthcare service usage and demand of the older frail population.

Patient, Caregiver, and Clinician Perspectives on Expectations for Home Healthcare after Discharge: A Qualitative Case Study.

Patients discharged from the hospital with skilled home healthcare (HHC) services have multiple comorbidities, high readmission rates, and multiple care needs. In prior work, HHC nurses described that patients often express expectations for services beyond the scope of skilled HHC.

Concentration of Costs among High Utilizers of Healthcare Services over the First 10 Years after Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation: A Population-based Study.

(1) Categorize individuals into high, medium, and low utilizers of healthcare services over a 10-year period after the onset of spinal cord injury (SCI) and (2) Identify the pattern of causes of hospitalizations and the characteristics associated with high utilization.

Earnings of Employed and Self-employed US Health Care Professionals, 2001 to 2015.

Over the last 15 years, the health care practitioner landscape has changed significantly. Fewer practitioners are self-employed and more are employed by for-profit or nonprofit organizations. These shifts can have an impact on annual labor earnings.

Maternal and child protection services at home. Results from a national study.

Maternal and child protection services ("PMI") are French universal services providing prevention and health promotion services to parents and their newborn children up to the age of 6. They specifically offer home visitation services in order to reach families that could not be seen otherwise. This paper presents the results of a national survey describing these home visitation services and their local implantation. Sixty French ?départements? (59%), constituting the territorial unit for the PMI answered ...

A Qualitative Study of Hutterites' Perspective and Attitudes Toward Healthcare Providers.

As the U.S. becomes more diverse, so does the population presenting to healthcare providers. As a result, cultural competency has become a vital aspect of healthcare in the U.S. Providers need to understand not only how their treatments are appropriate for a specific cultural group, but also how they can most effectively communicate with and establish relationships with these patients. One of the distinct cultural groups living in South Dakota are the Hutterites. While members of the Hutterite colonies use ...

An Evaluation of Healthcare Use and Child Morbidity 4 Years After User Fee Removal in Rural Burkina Faso.

Objectives Increasing financial access to healthcare is proposed to being essential for improving child health outcomes, but the available evidence on the relationship between increased access and health remains scarce. Four years after its launch, we evaluated the contextual effect of user fee removal intervention on the probability of an illness occurring and the likelihood of using health services among children under 5. We also explored the potential effect on the inequality in healthcare access. Metho...

Impact of an employment guarantee scheme on utilisation of maternal healthcare services: Results from a natural experiment in India.

We assess the impact of India's National Rural Employment Guarantee (NREG) scheme, the world's largest workfare scheme, on healthcare utilisation - specifically maternal healthcare. The primary objective of NREG is to improve the income of rural households by guaranteeing 100 days of employment. We expect that by improving household income, thereby reducing some of the financial barriers, such as out-of-pocket payments, NREG can increase utilisation of maternal health services. Using a nationally representa...

The perceptions, health-seeking behaviours and access of Scheduled Caste women to maternal health services in Bihar, India.

The caste system is a complex social stratification system which has been abolished, but remains deeply ingrained in India. Scheduled Caste (SC) women are one of the historically deprived groups, as reflected in poor maternal health outcomes and low utilisation of maternal healthcare services. Key government schemes introduced in 2005 mean healthcare-associated costs should now be far less of a deterrent. This paper examines the factors contributing to this low use of maternal health services by investigati...

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