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Heart Failure and the Affordable Care Act: Past, Present, and Future.

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) and other major health care legislative acts have had an important impact on the care of heart failure patients in the United States. The main effects of the ACA include regulation of the health insurance industry, expansion of access to health care, and health care delivery system reform, which included the creation of several alternative payment models. Particular components of the ACA, such as the elimination of annual and lifetime caps on spending, Medicaid expansion, and t...


The effects and cost-effectiveness of an empowerment-based self-care program in patients with chronic heart failure: A study protocol.

This study aims to evaluate the effects of a 12-week empowerment-based self-care program on the cognitive, psychological and behavioral aspects of self-care, health-related quality of life and unplanned hospital service use of chronic heart failure patients and to estimate its cost-effectiveness in reducing unplanned service use.

Impact of a formal advance care planning program on end-of-life care for patients with heart failure: Results from a randomized controlled trial.

There is no evidence on effectiveness of Advance care planning (ACP) among heart failure (HF) patients. We examined the effect of an ACP program in facilitating EOL care consistent with HF patients' preferences (primary aim), and on their decisional conflict, discussion with surrogates, illness understanding, anxiety, depression and quality of life (secondary aims).


Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Complemented with Emotion Regulation Training for Patients with Persistent Physical Symptoms: A Randomised Clinical Trial.

Persistent medically unexplained symptoms (MUS) are a major burden for health care. Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) is efficacious for patients with MUS, with small to medium effects. The current study investigates whether therapy outcomes of a CBT for MUS patients can be improved by complementing it with emotion regulation training.

PNP Program - Collaborative Mental and Neurological Health Care Program in Baden-Württemberg: Evaluation from the Perspective of Health Care Providers Enrolled in the Program.

To evaluate structure and process quality from the perspective of health care providers enrolled in the PNP program. This collaborative care program developed by a German statutory health insurance provides specific rules on psychiatric, neurological, psychosomatic, and psychotherapeutic treatment. It aims to improve the quality of health care by strengthening evidence-based outpatient care and collaboration between health care providers.

Structured telephone support programs in chronic heart failure may be affected by a learning curve.

The efficacy of a telephone support program in chronic heart failure has been questioned particularly when considering short-term follow-up. This study is aimed to assess the impact of the HeartNetCare telephone support program in chronic heart failure within 18 months of observation and to verify a possible effect of a learning-to-care curve on outcome.

The Effects of the Korean Medicine Health Care Program on Stroke-Related Factors and Self-Care Enhancement.

This study was performed to examine the effects of the Korean medicine healthcare program on stroke-related factors and self-care enhancement.

The Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program after the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act full implementation: a critical review of predictions, evidence, and future directions.

The Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) has been effective in serving people living with HIV (PLWH). Our goal was to examine the impact of the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on the program's role in HIV care and its clients. We utilized critical review to synthesize the literature on the anticipated effects of the ACA, and assess the evidence regarding the early effects of the ACA on the program and on PLWH who receive RWHAP services. To date, research on the impact of ACA on RWHAP has been...

Social connections and tertiary health-care utilization.

The use of tertiary health care by socially proximate peers helps individuals learn about program and treatment procedures, signals that using such care is socially appropriate, and could support the use of formal health care, all of which could increase program utilization. Using complete administrative claims data from a publicly financed tertiary care program in India, we estimate that the elasticity of first-time claims with respect to claims by members of caste groups within the village is 0.046, with ...

Trends in the Use of Skilled Nursing Facility and Home Health Care under the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program: An Interrupted Time-Series Analysis.

Medicare's Hospital Readmission Reduction Program (HRRP) penalizes hospitals with elevated 30-day readmission rates for acute myocardial infarction (AMI), heart failure (HF), or pneumonia. To reduce readmissions, hospitals may have increased referrals to skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) and home health care.

User-Centered Adaptation of an Existing Heart Failure Telemonitoring Program to Ensure Sustainability and Scalability: Qualitative Study.

Telemonitoring interventions for the management of heart failure have seen limited adoption in Canadian health systems, but isolated examples of telemonitoring programs do exist. An example of such a program was launched in a specialty heart failure clinic in Toronto, Canada, and a recent implementation evaluation concluded that reducing the cost of delivering the program is necessary to ensure its sustainability and scalability.

Encouraging use of prenatal care through conditional cash transfers: Evidence from JUNTOS in Peru.

We use a difference-in-differences strategy to estimate the effects of JUNTOS, a conditional cash transfer program targeted to poor rural households in Peru, on use of prenatal care. Using data from the Peruvian Demographic and Health Surveys over the period 2000-2011, we find that JUNTOS increased prenatal care utilization among program-eligible women. Even more, we find positive effects of JUNTOS on the probability of receiving prenatal care delivered by a skilled professional, including specific medical ...

Video-tracking and high-speed bright field microscopy allow the determination of swimming and cardiac effects of D. magna exposed to local anaesthetics.

Local anaesthetics are among the most used drugs in clinical practice, but once they are released to the environment, the effects on the aquatic fauna remain uncertain. This study evaluates, for the first time, the impact of tetracaine, lidocaine and bupivacaine on the survival rate and physiological effects of cladocera Daphnia magna. Video-tracking and image processing allowed us to obtain changes in behaviour parameters like swimming average velocity and mean square displacement. We found that tetracaine...

The Self-Care of Heart Failure Index: A Psychometric Study.

The Self-Care of Heart Failure Index (SCHFI) is an empirically tested instrument to measure self-care of heart failure (HF) patients across different populations and cultures.

Experimental evidence on post-program effects and spillovers from an agriculture-nutrition program.

Integrated agricultural-nutrition programs are often implemented under the premise that program effects are durable and spillover. This paper estimates one year post-program effects, three-year aggregate program effects and spillover effects using treated and untreated household cohorts. Two treatment interventions implemented agricultural interventions with behavior change communication strategies varying implementers using either village health committees or older female leaders. In the post-program perio...

A systematic review of the impact of Person-Centred Care interventions on the behaviour of staff working in dementia care.

To examine the content, focus and effectiveness of person-centred care (PCC) interventions aimed at increasing staff PCC behaviour in health and social care settings for people with dementia.

Short-term effects of a 3-week interval training program on heart rate variability in chronic heart failure. A randomised controlled trial.

Exaggerated sympathetic nervous system activity associated with low heart rate variability (HRV) is considered to trigger cardiac arrhythmias and sudden death. Regular exercise training is efficient to improve autonomic balance.

Effectiveness of a community-based self-care promoting program for community-dwelling older adults: a randomized controlled trial.

The existing health care system tends to be focused on acute diseases or patients with high levels of need and is not ideal for meeting the challenges of an ageing population. This study introduced a community-based self-care promoting program for community-dwelling older adults, and tested its effects on maintaining health.

Association of care management intensity with healthcare utilization in an all-condition care management program.

To identify care needs among Medicaid and Medicare patients in an all-condition care management program involving case managers (CMs) and community health workers (CHWs), and to examine the relationship between intervention intensity and healthcare utilization.

Testing the Effect of a Home Health Heart Failure Intervention on Hospital Readmissions, Heart Failure Knowledge, Self-Care, and Quality of Life.

For older adults, heart failure (HF) has the highest 30-day hospital readmission rate of any chronic illness. Despite research into strategies to reduce readmissions, no single program has emerged as sustainable. The purpose of the current study was to test a researcher-developed home health nurse HF intervention (CareNavRN) on 30-day readmission rates, HF knowledge, self-care, and quality of life (QOL) among 40 older adults transitioning home. Home health nurses received specialized HF training and visited...

Institute-Based Sustainable Palliative Care Program: A Unique Initiative of "Cancer Treatment Center Program".

The effects of supported shared-care and hemodialysis self-care on patient psychological well-being, interdialytic weight gain, and blood pressure control.

Traditionally hemodialysis (HD) treatments are undertaken by dialysis staff. Self-care has been reported to improve psychological well-being and treatment compliance for patients with chronic diseases. We evaluated our shared-care HD program to determine whether shared-care benefits patients.

A Remote Patient Monitoring Intervention for Patients With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and Chronic Heart Failure: Pre-Post Economic Analysis of the Smart Program.

Exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and chronic heart failure (CHF) are associated with high health care costs owing to increased emergency room (ER) visits and hospitalizations. Remote patient monitoring (RPM) interventions aim to improve the monitoring of symptoms to detect early deterioration and provide self-management strategies. As a result, RPM aims to reduce health resource utilization. To date, studies have inconsistently reported the benefits of RPM in chronic illnesses. T...

Effects of a short-term Cardio Tai Chi program on cardiorespiratory fitness and hemodynamic parameters in sedentary adults: A pilot study.

This study evaluates the effects of a short-term Cardio Tai Chi program on the cardiorespiratory fitness and hemodynamic parameters in sedentary adults. Thirty-one sedentary participants (age 58±9 years, body mass 63±12 kg) were subjected to an exercise program during 10 sessions over a 10-day period within 2 weeks. The Cardio Tai Chi program consisted in a series of three to five intervals lasting 90 s each at ∼70% maximal heart rate separated by 2-min of low-intensity recovery. Primary outcome measure...

Effectiveness of a trauma-informed care psychoeducational program for foster carers - Evaluation of the Fostering Connections Program.

The need to improve the quality of foster care training has been highlighted and evidenced-based programs that aim to support foster carers in the care of children who have experienced trauma are warranted.


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