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Development of an emergency medical system model for resource-constrained settings.

An emergency care system is an important aspect for healthcare organizations in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) with a growing burden from emergency disease conditions. Evaluations of emergency care systems in LMICs in broader contexts are lacking. Thus, this study aimed to develop a comprehensive emergency medical system model appropriate for resource-constrained settings, based on expert opinions.


At-Risk Individuals, Behavioral Health, and Community Resilience: Preparedness and Response for Vulnerable Communities.

Recovery Residences Combat Addiction In Rural Communities.

Many communities far from treatment centers and large health systems are expanding access to local sober-living homes.


Proactive Tobacco Treatment in a Behavioral Health Home.

Tobacco use is rarely addressed in community mental healthcare despite high patient smoking prevalence. Community mental health centers have systems in place that could be used to comprehensively address tobacco use. This study tested feasibility of, satisfaction with, and safety of proactive tobacco treatment (tobacco outreach to offer connection to tobacco cessation treatment). Behavioral health home patients who smoke were randomly assigned to usual care (UC; N = 11) or proactive care (PC; N = 9)...

Enhancing Staffing In Rural Community Health Centers Can Help Improve Behavioral Health Care.

Community health centers are a vital part of the primary and behavioral health care systems in rural areas. We compared behavioral health care staffing and services in rural and urban centers. In the period 2013-17 the overall staff-to-patient ratio in behavioral health rose by 66 percent in rural centers, faster than growth in urban centers (49 percent). Growth in both settings was mostly driven by clinical social workers and other licensed mental health providers; staffing by psychiatrists and psycholog...

Juvenile justice systems of care: results of a national survey of community supervision agencies and behavioral health providers on services provision and cross-system interactions.

Youth involved in the juvenile justice (JJ) system have high needs for behavioral health services, especially related to substance use and mental disorders. This study aimed to understand the extent to which elements in the cascade model of behavioral health services for JJ-involved youth are provided to youth by Community Supervision (CS) and/or Behavioral Health (BH) providers. In order to understand interactions across CS and BH systems, this study used a multistage probabilistic survey design to sample ...

Stakeholder perceptions on patient-centered care at primary health care level in rural eastern Uganda: A qualitative inquiry.

Patient-centered care (PCC) offers opportunities for African health systems to improve quality of care. Nonetheless, PCC continually faces implementation challenges. In 2015, Uganda introduced PCC as a concept in their national quality improvement guidelines. In order to investigate whether and how this is implemented in practice, this study aims to identify relevant stakeholders' views on the current quality of primary health care services and their understanding of PCC. This is an important step in unders...

Scaling up Evidence-Based Interventions in US Public Systems to Prevent Behavioral Health Problems: Challenges and Opportunities.

A number of programs, policies, and practices have been tested using rigorous scientific methods and shown to prevent behavioral health problems (Catalano et al., Lancet 379:1653-1664, 2012; National Research Council and Institute of Medicine, 2009). Yet these evidence-based interventions (EBIs) are not widely used in public systems, and they have limited reach (Glasgow et al., American Journal of Public Health 102:1274-1281, 2012; National Research Council and Institute of Medicine 2009; Prinz and Sanders,...

The RISKSUR EVA tool (Survtool): A tool for the integrated evaluation of animal health surveillance systems.

Information about infectious diseases at the global level relies on effective, efficient and sustainable national and international surveillance systems. Surveillance systems need to be regularly evaluated to ensure their performance, the quality of the data and information provided, as well as to allocate resources efficiently. Currently available frameworks for evaluation of surveillance systems in animal or human health often treat technical, process and socio-economic aspects separately instead of integ...

Attracting Users to Online Health Communities: Analysis of LungCancer.net's Facebook Advertisement Campaign Data.

With growing numbers of adults turning to the internet to get answers for health-related questions, online communities provide platforms with participatory networks to deliver health information and social support. However, to optimize the benefits of these online communities, these platforms must market effectively to attract new members and promote community growth.

I Know It When I See It: The Challenges of Addressing Corruption in Health Systems Comment on "We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems".

In this commentary, I argue that corruption in health systems is a critical and legitimate area for research in order to strengthen health policy goals. This rationale is based partly on citizen demand for more accountable and transparent health systems, along with the fact that the poor and vulnerable suffer the most from the presence of corruption in health systems. What is more, there is a growing body of literature on the impact of corruption in the health system and best practices in terms of anti-corr...

Strengthening multi-sectoral collaboration on critical health issues: One Health Systems Mapping and Analysis Resource Toolkit (OH-SMART) for operationalizing One Health.

Addressing critical global health issues, such as antimicrobial resistance, infectious disease outbreaks, and natural disasters, requires strong coordination and management across sectors. The One Health approach is the integrative effort of multiple sectors working to attain optimal health for people, animals, and the environment, and is increasingly recognized by experts as a means to address complex challenges. However, practical application of the One Health approach has been challenging. The One Health...

Understanding Care Navigation by Older Adults With Multimorbidity: Mixed-Methods Study Using Social Network and Framework Analyses.

Health and social care systems were designed to be used primarily by people with single and acute diseases. However, a growing number of older adults are diagnosed with multiple long-term conditions (LTCs). The process of navigating the intricacies of health and social care systems to receive appropriate care presents significant challenges for older people living with multiple LTCs, which in turn can negatively influence their well-being and quality of life.

Effects of Three Antecedents of Patient Compliance for Users of Peer-to-Peer Online Health Communities: Cross-Sectional Study.

Over the past 50 years, patient noncompliance has appeared as a major public health concern and focus of a great deal of research because it endangers patient recovery and imposes a considerable financial burden on health care systems. Meanwhile, online health communities (OHCs) are becoming more common and are commonly used by individuals with health problems, and they may have a role in facilitating compliance. Despite this growing popularity, little is known about patient compliance predictors for OHCs' ...

Why the book "More than Medicine: the Broken Promise of American Health" is important to the future of behavioral medicine, health psychology, and public health.

In his book, "More than Medicine: The Broken Promise of American Health," Robert Kaplan brings together extensive data to make the case that healthcare priorities in the USA need to place greater emphasis on behavioral, social and environmental determinants of health. Kaplan argues that the effect sizes for health outcomes resulting from environmental exposures, stress, and socioeconomic status are all much larger than are many traditional biological risk factors. There are discrepancies between estimates o...

Our Bodies are Temples: Health Programming in Christian Church Communities.

This exploratory research considers the ways in which Christian churches provide health and wellness programming to their congregations and the surrounding community. We investigated one community in the Pacific Northwest region of the USA. Here we examined the types of health-related programs promoted by the church community, to whom these programs are directed, and the theological motivations for providing such services. We also analyzed the sociocultural dynamics of each congregation that may lead some c...

Current Status and Perspective of Behavioral Science in Social Medicine.

The term behavioral science was coined in 1946 by a research group at the University of Chicago led by Miller. It is defined as "science that systematically reveals the rules of human behavior". To elucidate human behavior, they proposed combining biological science and social science. In Japan, achievements in behavioral science research have accumulated and have been applied in health education and health policy. In this paper, we describe the current status and future approaches in social medicine throug...

Impact of Social Needs Navigation on Utilization Among High Utilizers in a Large Integrated Health System: a Quasi-experimental Study.

Programs addressing social determinants of health for high-utilizing patients are gaining interest among health systems as an avenue to promote health and decrease utilization.

A Bivariate Mapping Tutorial for Cancer Control Resource Allocation Decisions and Interventions.

Bivariate choropleth mapping is a straightforward but underused method for displaying geographic health information to use in public health decision making. Previous studies have recommended this approach for state comprehensive cancer control planning and similar efforts. In this method, 2 area-level variables of interest are mapped simultaneously, often as overlapping quantiles or by using other classification methods. Variables to be mapped may include area-level (eg, county level) measures of disease bu...

The methodological approaches to formation of rating evaluation of activities of medical organizations and health care systems in Russia and abroad.

The article presents information on methodological approaches to creation of the ratings in the health sector and the study on the use of the various demographic indicators and indicators of population health used by the world health organization to evaluate the effectiveness of health systems in different countries. The opinions of experts on the purpose of ratings and scientific and methodological approaches to their creation are given. The article describes the results of rating formation of medical orga...

How intensive longitudinal data can stimulate advances in health behavior maintenance theories and interventions.

Interventions that promote long-term maintenance of behaviors such as exercise, healthy eating, and avoidance of tobacco and excessive alcohol are critical to reduce noncommunicable disease burden. Theories of health behavior maintenance tend to address reactive (i.e., automatic) or reflective (i.e., deliberative) decision-making processes, but rarely both. Progress in this area has been stalled by theories that say little about when, why, where, and how reactive and reflective systems interact to promote o...

Behavioral Health Integration in a Medicaid Accountable Care Organization: Management Lessons from a Health Center.

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.

Guest Editorial: The Health of S Asian Communities in the U.S.

Building workforce capacity for effective use of health information systems: Evaluation of a blended eLearning course in Namibia and Tanzania.

Electronic health information systems (HIS) are critical components of national health systems, and have been identified as a key element in the development and strengthening of health systems globally. Novel approaches are needed to effectively and efficiently train health care workers on the use of HIS. One such approach is the use of digital eLearning programs, either alone or blended with face-to-face learning activities.

Health systems in countries of origin.

This paper introduces few concepts to help clinicians to get an idea of the health systems of the migrants they care for, on a daily basis. Health systems are complex to analyze, and is an open, dynamic system, facing diverse influences from multiple levels. Recent globalization has complexified an already complex system. The paper first sets some definitions and then describes succinctly the history of international health financing. It eventually compares several countries' health systems, drawing on few ...


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