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What is the Role of the Arts in Medical Education and Patient Care? A Survey-based Qualitative Study.

To inform medical education reform efforts, we systematically collected information on the level of arts and humanities engagement in our medical school community. Attitudes regarding incorporating arts and humanities-based teaching methods into medical education and patient care were also assessed. An IRB-approved survey was electronically distributed to all faculty, residents, fellows, and students at our medical school. Questions focused on personal practice of the arts and/or humanities, as well as perc...


OUTSOURCING OF MEDICAL SERVICES FOR SOLDIERS TO CIVILIAN HEALTH FUNDS.

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...

The use of arts interventions for mental health and wellbeing in health settings.

This literature review aims to illustrate the variety and multitude of studies showing that participation in arts activities and clinical arts interventions can be beneficial for citizens with mental and physical health problems. The article is focused on mental health benefits because this is an emerging field in the Nordic countries where evidence is demanded from national health agencies that face an increasing number of citizens with poor mental health and a need for non-medical interventions and progra...


Nursing and medical contribution to Defence Healthcare Engagement: initial experiences of the UK Defence Medical Services.

The WHO Constitution enshrines '….' Strengthening delivery of health services confers benefits to individuals, families and communities, and can improve national and regional stability and security. In attempting to build international healthcare capability, UK Defence Medical Services (DMS) assets can contribute to the development of healthcare within overseas nations in a process that is known as Defence Healthcare Engagement (DHE).

Health Information Exchange in Emergency Medical Services.

 The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology has outlined the benefits of health information exchange in emergency medical services (EMSs) according to the model-, , , -developed in collaboration with the California Emergency Medical Services Authority.

3D printing in medical imaging and healthcare services.

Three-dimensional (3D) printing technology has demonstrated a huge potential for the future of medicine. Since its introduction, it has been used in various areas, for example building anatomical models, personalising medical devices and implants, aiding in precision medical interventions and the latest development, 3D bioprinting. This commentary is provided to outline the current use of 3D printing in medical imaging and its future directions for advancing the healthcare services.

Patients' perceived needs for medical services for non-specific low back pain: A systematic scoping review.

An improved understanding of patients' perceived needs for medical services for low back pain (LBP) will enable healthcare providers to better align service provision with patient expectations, thus improving patient and health care system outcomes. Thus, we aimed to identify the existing literature regarding patients' perceived needs for medical services for LBP.

Static Rope Evacuation by Helicopter Emergency Medical Services in Rescue Operations in Southeast Norway.

Physician-staffed helicopter emergency medical services (HEMS) in Norway are an adjunct to existing search and rescue services. Our aims were to study the epidemiological, operational, and medical aspects of HEMS daylight static rope operations performed in the southeastern part of the country and to examine several quality dimensions that are characteristic of this service.

Association Between System Factors and Acute Myocardial Infarction Mortality.

We conducted a cross-sectional study to assess the association between healthcare system factors and death from acute myocardial infarction (AMI), in terms of access (distance to the hospital, mode of transportation), availability (emergency medical services, hospitals), and capability (emergency medical services' 12-lead electrocardiogram capability, continuous percutaneous coronary intervention [PCI] and cardiothoracic surgical services), after accounting for individual and environmental factors.

Current CPT Coding and Payment Policy Implications for Immunohistology Services.

Immunohistology is essential to the practice of modern surgical and cytopathology. There are 3 major types of immunohistologic services provided in clinical practice: traditional immunohistochemistry, morphometric analysis of tumor immunohistochemistry, and immunofluorescence. Proper Current Procedural Terminology coding for these services has been updated to reflect current medical practice. Subsequent to changes in the Current Procedural Terminology coding structure for these services, the valuation of th...

ACOs with risk-bearing experience are likely taking steps to reduce low-value medical services.

Accountable care organizations (ACOs) are groups of healthcare providers responsible for quality of care and spending for a defined patient population. The elimination of low-value medical services will improve quality and reduce costs and, therefore, ACOs should actively work to reduce the use of low-value services. We set out to identify ACO characteristics associated with implementation of strategies to reduce overuse.

Why do ambulance services have different non-transport rates? A national cross sectional study.

Some patients calling ambulance services (known as Emergency Medical Services internationally) are not transported to hospital. In England, national ambulance quality indicators show considerable variation in non-transport rates between the ten large regional ambulance services. The aim of this study was to explain variation between ambulance services in two types of non-transport: discharge at scene and telephone advice.

Impact of hospitalist vs. non-hospitalist services on length of stay and 30-day readmission rate in hip fracture patients.

Hip fracture is a common and morbid condition, affecting a patient population with significant medical co-morbidities. A number of medical co-management models have been studied, with conflicting reports of effect on patient outcomes. Our objective was to compare outcomes for patients with hip fracture managed by hospitalist vs. non-hospitalist services at an academic medical center.

Who Consults Us and Why? An Evaluation of Medicine Consult/Comanagement Services at Academic Medical Centers.

Although general medicine consultation is an integral component of inpatient medical care and a requirement of internal medicine training, little is known about current consultative practice. We used a cross-sectional, prospective survey design to examine current practices at 11 academic medical centers over four two-week periods from July 2014 through July 2015. Out of 11 consult services, four had comanagement agreements with surgical services, primarily with orthopedic surgery. We collected data regardin...

Expressive instructions: ethnographic insights into the creativity and improvisation entailed in teaching physical skills to medical students.

Creativity and improvisation are recognized as important aspects of training expertise in domains such as business and the arts, yet rarely discussed in medical education. This article examines how creativity and improvisation play out in the ways teachers give 'expressive instructions' to medical students when teaching physical skills.

The costs and cost effectiveness of providing second-trimester medical and surgical safe abortion services in Western Cape Province, South Africa.

In South Africa, access to second-trimester abortion services, which are generally performed using medical induction with misoprostol alone, is challenging for many women. We aimed to estimate the costs and cost effectiveness of providing three safe second-trimester abortion services (dilation and evacuation (D&E)), medical induction with mifepristone and misoprostol (MI-combined), or medical induction with misoprostol alone (MI-misoprostol)) in Western Cape Province, South Africa to aid policymakers with p...

Diabetes Mellitus in the Medical Rehabilitation - Use of Rehabilitation Services During 2006-2013.

Over the last years the prevalence of diabetes mellitus (DM) has risen. Due to the disease pattern an increasing importance of rehabilitation services is assumed as well. This article contributs to the debate by analyising the use of medical rehabilitations from 2006 to 2013.

Health care in a multi-payer system: Spillovers of health care service demand among adults under 65 on utilization and outcomes in medicare.

This paper examines, theoretically and empirically, how changes in the demand for health insurance and medical services in the non-Medicare population - coverage eligibility changes for parents and the firm size composition of employment - spill over and affect health insurance coverage and how these factors affect per beneficiary Medicare spending. We find that factors that increase coverage and hence demand for medical services in the non-Medicare population generate contemporaneous decreases in per benef...

About the Issue of Organization of Primary Specialized Opthalmologic Care in Megalopolis.

The restriction of accessibility of primary specialized ophthalmologic medical care in polyclinics remains to be a main problem of its organization for population of large megalopolises. At that, similar medical services are actively provided by commercial optician's rooms. The purpose of study is to analyze perspectives of organization of primary specialized ophthalmologic medical sanitary care of population in large megalopolis. The questionnaire survey was carried out. The sampling included 4,248 patient...

The quality of medical care of patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis in the Russian Federation.

The quality of medical care for patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) in the Russian Federation is analyzed taking into account the cooperation of patients. Two hundred and fifty-one patients with ALS were observed. Ninety-nine patients, including 16 who were followed up, were examined. Other patients (n=152) were consulted indirectly including 28 followed up. It has been shown that 79.8% of the patients are characterized by the low level of cooperation with neurologists regardless of the qualit...

Characteristics of Frequent Users of Emergency Medical Services in Singapore.

This study aims to describe frequent users of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) conveyed to a Singapore tertiary hospital, focusing on a comparison between younger users (age

Emergency Medical Services Utilization Is Associated With Community Deprivation in Children.

Pediatric emergency medical services (EMS) utilization is costly and resource intensive; significant variation exists across large-scale geographies. Less is known about variation at smaller geographic levels where factors including lack of transportation, low health literacy, and decreased access to medical homes may be more relevant. Our objective was to determine whether pediatric EMS utilization varied across Hamilton County, Ohio, census tracts and whether such utilization was associated with socioecon...

The Medical Sociological Monitoring as a Strategic Element of Management of Medical Care Quality.

The sociological survey of physicians and patients was carried out in the state and private sector of medical care services with the purpose of comparison of various defects of paper work and quality of provided medical services. The material of study consisted of the results of survey in state and private medical institutions of Moscow. The quality of medical paper work, satisfaction of patients with received discharge epicrisis, quality of paper work for expertise of medical commission, rate of detection ...

Provincially administered universal pharmacare programs require a secure, affordable drug supply: A matter of national security?

Accessibility of pediatric inpatient services in Japan.

In Japan, all citizens are covered by the national insurance system. Children's medical expenses are subsidized by local government co-payments. This removed most economic barriers to visiting medical facilities, geographical obstacles to pediatric medical services remain, including distance to medical facilities and transportation time. However, information on geographic accessibility of pediatric inpatient services is scarce. In this study, I calculated the proportion of children resident in areas accessi...


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