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To demonstrate the expansion of an outpatient pharmacy program within a health system via annual wellness visits (AWVs) and disease state management patient encounters at outpatient medical groups.
ECCO Essential Requirements for Quality Cancer Care (ERQCC) are checklists and explanations of organisation and actions that are necessary to give high-quality care to cancer patients. They are written by European experts representing all disciplines involved in cancer care. This paper concerns the integration of primary care into care for all cancers in Europe. Primary care integration.
Self-care is a growing trend all over the world, and pharmacists have a major role in it since they are the most easily accessible medical experts.
Behavioral health integration, including as used in Medicaid Accountable Care Organizations, can improve care and decrease costs. Our model strives to integrate fully its medical, behavioral health, and substance use disorder services into one primary care clinic. Merged management has decreased wait times, improved billing, and enabled several promising innovations.
The present study investigates the organization of primary care behavioral health within student health centers and assesses the relationship between organizational structure and practice integration among physical and mental health services. We collaborated with the American College Health Association to distribute a 54 item survey to representatives of each ACHA member institution. A total of 189 (26.3%) surveys were obtained and included 86 (46%) integrated (health/counseling) centers and 101 (54%) non...
This pilot study evaluated whether use of evidence-based implementation strategies to integrate care for cannabis and other drug use into primary care (PC) as part of Behavioral Health Integration (BHI) increased diagnosis and treatment of substance use disorders (SUDs).
Aiming to increase care access, the national Primary Care-Mental Health Integration (PC-MHI) initiative of the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) embedded specialists, care managers, or both in primary care clinics to collaboratively care for veterans with psychiatric illness. The initiative's effects on health care use and cost patterns were examined among 5.4 million primary care patients in 396 VHA clinics in 2013-16. The median rate of patients who saw a PC-MHI provider was 6.3 percent. Each percent...
If we are able to increase the resolution of complex medical problems at primary health care levels, we would improve the efficiency of the health care systems and would reduce the burden of specialists.
Passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in 2010 mandated reform of the United States' existing primary care system. As part of this reform, advanced practice models, including the Patient-Centered Medical Home model, expanded, with the goal of increasing the use of interprofessional teams. Integrating occupational therapy was promoted as an opportunity to enhance the value of care provided in these redesigned primary care practices. However, occupational therapy's presence in primary care ...
Evaluation of a Collaborative Protocolized Approach by Community Pharmacists and General Medical Practitioners for an Australian Minor Ailments Scheme: Protocol for a Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial.
Internationally, governments have been investing in supporting pharmacists to take on an expanded role to support self-care for health system efficiency. There is consistent evidence that minor ailment schemes (MASs) promote efficiencies within the health care system. The cost savings and health outcomes demonstrated in the United Kingdom and Canada open up new opportunities for pharmacists to effect sustainable changes through MAS delivery in Australia.
This study aimed to validate the factor structure of the expanded Primary Care Behavioral Health Provider Adherence Questionnaire (PPAQ-2), which is designed to assess provider fidelity to both the Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) and collaborative care management (CCM) models of integrated primary care. Two-hundred fifty-three integrated care providers completed self-reports of professional background, perceptions of clinic integration and related practice barriers, and the PPAQ-2. Confirmatory factor...
The culture at a medical school and the positive experiences in primary care clerkships influence student specialty choice. This choice is significant if the demand for primary care physicians is to be met. The aim of this study was to examine family medicine clerkship directors' perceptions of the medical school environment.
To characterise the use of an electronic medication safety dashboard by exploring and contrasting interactions from primary users (i.e. pharmacists) who were leading the intervention and secondary users (i.e. non-pharmacist staff) who used the dashboard to engage in safe prescribing practices.
Behavioral health problems are highly prevalent among people with serious medical illness. Individuals living with these comorbidities have complex clinical and social needs yet face siloed care, high health care costs, and poor outcomes. Interacting factors contribute to these inequalities including historical separation of behavioral and physical health provision. Several care models for integrating behavioral health and general medical care have been developed and tested, but the evidence base focuses pr...
Integration of a Palliative Care Specialist in ALS Clinic: Observations from one Center Palliative care specialists can aid in the care of patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). In this article, we describe our one-year experience incorporating a palliative care specialist into the ALS multidisciplinary team. We describe our integration model, patient selection, and visit content. Of 500 total clinic patients, 74 (14.8%) were seen by the palliative care specialist in one year. Referral was most ...
The aim of this study was to compare the influence of a serious game dedicated to primary health care with traditional learning methods on knowledge of undergraduate medical students.
Substituting outpatient hospital care with primary care is seen as a solution to decrease unnecessary referrals to outpatient hospital care and decrease rising healthcare costs. This systematic review aimed to evaluate the effects on quality of care, health and costs outcomes of substituting outpatient hospital care with primary care-based interventions, which are performed by medical specialists in face-to-face consultations in a primary care setting.
Evidence indicates the unmet need for primary care services including medical, mental health, and dental care is greater among uninsured and Medicaid beneficiaries than privately insured individuals, many of whom use Health Resources and Services Administration-funded health centers (HRSA HCs).
Across all care environments, pharmacists play an essential role in the care of people who use and misuse psychoactive substances, including those diagnosed with substance use disorders. To optimize, sustain, and expand these independent and collaborative roles, the Association for Multidisciplinary Education and Research in Substance Use and Addiction (AMERSA) has developed core competencies for pharmacists to address substance use in the 21st century. Key concepts, skills, and attitudes are outlined, with...
It is widely believed that Medicaid reimbursement for primary care is too low and that these low fees adversely affect access to healthcare for Medicaid recipients. In this article, we exploit changes in Medicaid physician fees for primary care to study the response of primary care visits and services that are complements/substitutes with primary care, including emergency department, hospitalization, prescription drugs, and imaging. Results from our study indicate that higher Medicaid fees for primary care ...
The objective of this commentary is to recommend that pharmacists take a larger role in medication management for the vulnerable patient population of youth in foster care. To support this objective, it is important to understand (1) what foster care is, (2) the vulnerabilities of youth in foster care, (3) medication use among youth in foster care, and (4) how the foster care system complicates medication management.
The objective of this manuscript is to describe the results of a pharmacist-driven, Type 2 diabetes targeted, collaborative practice within an urban, underserved federally qualified health center. Pharmacists within a primary care team managed patients with chronic illnesses utilizing a collaborative practice agreement. Pharmacists, pharmacy residents, and supervised students provided care for patients with Type 2 diabetes. The first visit incorporated past medical history, medication reconciliation, determ...
With the integration of behavioral health services into primary care and other medical specialties, the community of providers and the public must address a number of questions, including: What models of care are there for these services? What kinds of providers supply these services? Are these providers trained behavioral health providers or extenders in some form? And, as these systems of care are constructed, who makes use of them? The purpose of this study is to address these questions as well as to con...
With increasing numbers of people in the UK living with dementia, the provision of good quality person-centred care that meets the often complex needs of this population is required. Given the majority of people with dementia live in the community, significant care and support will be provided by primary care services. This means the primary care workforce needs appropriate education to ensure they have the right knowledge, skills and attitudes to meet these care needs. However, little is understood about t...