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Oath to Self-care and Well-being.


Weigh More, Pay More? Public Opinion on Varying Health Insurance Contributions among Divergent Weight Groups.

The prevalence of obesity and its related costs has increased over the past decades. In Germany, obesity-related costs are merely covered by statuary health insurance. Within the statutory health care system, the health insurance contributions do not differ between people with and without health issues, such as being obese. This study aims to investigate the public's opinion about whether people with obesity should pay a higher proportional health care contribution than people of normal weight.

Biomechanical comparison of the use of different surgical suture techniques for continuous loop tendon grafts preparation.

We introduce a new approach for a continuous loop tendon-graft preparation, benchmarking it against established graft preparation techniques widely used in conjunction with non-adjustable interference screw fixation. A four-strand bovine tendon graft was prepared using the following graft preparation techniques: standard graft using the baseball stitch technique (M-tech group); continuous loop graft using the GraftLink technique (Arthrex-tech group); continuous loop graft using the Kessler anastomosis techn...


Evaluation of at-risk infant care: comparison between models of primary health care.

To analyze the health care network for at-risk infants in the western region of the city of São Paulo, with the primary health care as coordinator, and to compare the presence and extension of attributes of primary health care in the services provided, according to the service management model (Family Health Strategy and traditional basic health units).

Unmet health-care needs and human rights-A qualitative analysis of patients' complaints in light of the right to health and health care.

This study focuses on patient complaints from a human rights perspective. Despite the UN Convention on Human Rights being widely recognized, it has not previously been examined in relation to patients' complaints on health care. A human rights perspective and the right to the highest attainable standard of health are a major sustainability challenge in health care today. Previous research points to patients' complaints as a growing concern for health-care organizations, and the handling of this concern can ...

Health Care Utilization Among Homeless Veterans in Chicago.

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), the single largest health care system in the United States, provides comprehensive medical and behavioral health services to more than 9 million Veterans. The size and scope of the VA's system of care allow health care providers, policymakers, and community stakeholders to conduct detailed analyses of health care utilization among Veterans; however, these analyses do not include health care encounters that occur outside VA. Although many Veterans obtain care in ...

Usage and Scientific Properties of the ADVOCATE Oral Health Care Measures.

Feedback information about the quality of oral health care is important for reflective learning by oral health care professionals and the wider health system. To this end, a list of 48 topics describing oral health and oral health care was recently agreed as part of the EU H2020 ADVOCATE project.

Addressing the Health Needs of the Uninsured: One Community's Solution.

Providing high-quality health care to poor and uninsured individuals has been a challenge to the US health care system for decades. Often, patients do not seek care until they are in a crisis, or they seek care at a health care system while not addressing their primary care needs.

The many roads to universal health care in the USA.

Health-care systems in different countries have evolved along different paths, with some countries offering private insurance, some universal health care, and some a mixture between the two. In most high-income countries, health care is considered a human right and is provided universally, typically free at the point-of-care. The USA has developed a fractured for-profit system that is substantially more expensive than those of its European counterparts and delivers poorer outcomes than the health-care syste...

Socioeconomic differences in health-care use and outcomes for stroke and ischaemic heart disease in China during 2009-16: a prospective cohort study of 0·5 million adults.

China initiated major health-care reforms in 2009 aiming to provide universal health care for all by 2020. However, little is known about trends in health-care use and health outcomes across different socioeconomic groups in the past decade.

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.

Data envelopment analysis applications in primary health care: a systematic review.

Strategic management of primary health care centres is necessary for creating an efficient global health care system that delivers good care.

Enabling Factors Associated with Receipt of Interconception Health Care.

Preventive health care between pregnancies may benefit future pregnancies and women's long-term health, yet such care is frequently incomplete. We used Andersen's Model of Health Services Use to identify factors associated with receipt of interconception care.

A Theoretical Twist on the Transparency of Open Notes: Qualitative Analysis of Health Care Professionals' Free-Text Answers.

The New Public Management movement strove for transparency so that policy makers and citizens could gain insight into the work and performance of health care. As the use of the electronic health record (EHR) started to diffuse, a foundation was laid for enhanced transparency within and between health care organizations. Now we appear to be experiencing a new kind of transparency in the health care sector. Many health care providers offer their patients online access to their EHRs (here referred to as Open N...

Patients, caregivers and health-care professionals' experience with an interdisciplinary intervention for people with multimorbidity in primary care: A qualitative study.

Multimorbidity challenges the health-care system and requires innovative approaches. In 2015, a 4-month patient-centred interdisciplinary pragmatic intervention was implemented in primary care with the aim of supporting self-management for patients with multimorbidity.

Health information technology for ambulatory care in health systems.

The adoption and use of health information technology (IT) by health systems in ambulatory care can be an important driver of care quality. We examine recent trends in health IT adoption by health system-affiliated ambulatory clinics in the context of the federal government's Meaningful Use and Promoting Interoperability programs.

Waste in the US Health Care System: Estimated Costs and Potential for Savings.

The United States spends more on health care than any other country, with costs approaching 18% of the gross domestic product (GDP). Prior studies estimated that approximately 30% of health care spending may be considered waste. Despite efforts to reduce overtreatment, improve care, and address overpayment, it is likely that substantial waste in US health care spending remains.

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.

Health Care Professionals' Perspectives on the Secondary Use of Health Records to Improve Quality and Safety of Care in England: Qualitative Study.

Health care professionals (HCPs) are often patients' first point of contact in what concerns the communication of the purposes, benefits, and risks of sharing electronic health records (EHRs) for nondirect care purposes. Their engagement is fundamental to ensure patients' buy-in and a successful implementation of health care data sharing schemes. However, their views on this subject are seldom evaluated.

The Antecedents and Consequences of Health Care Professional-Patient Online Interactions: Systematic Review.

Online health care services effectively supplement traditional medical treatment. The development of online health care services depends on sustained interactions between health care professionals (HCPs) and patients. Therefore, it is necessary to understand the demands and gains of health care stakeholders in HCP-patient online interactions and determine an agenda for future work.

The priority-setting platform and its conditions.

The platform for priority-setting contains key ideas about the mission, goals and values of health care in Sweden. The basic idea is that health care resources should be distributed primarily according to need and effect, and secondarily according to cost-effectiveness. Nobody should be discriminated against on the basis of their gender, age, religion, ethnic origin or political views. We also need to distinguish between the health-related needs that we, as a society, have agreed should be met by publicly f...

Outpatient Pediatric Special Care. Developing health policies at the primary level of care.

In 1978, the World Health Organization defined primary health care as the cornerstone of global health. In recent years, the usual causes of mortality (infections, deficiency diseases) now include chronic and degenerative diseases. It is now possible to provide tertiary care to patients without adequate resources for their survival after discharge. The health system has not been able to adapt to such change and has maintained a fragmented, reactive, disease-centered model. "Selective primary care" is useful...

Value Denominator: The Fundamentals of Costing for Orthopaedic Surgeons.

In any discipline, improving quality and efficiency of services acts as a unifying goal. In health care, the goal of achieving high-value care is the new doctrine for all individual entities: payors, providers, and patients. Value is defined as the ratio of outcomes to costs incurred. Therefore, a strong understanding and interpretation of cost measures is crucial to accurately deriving health care value. Health care costing is not simply limited to the costs of implants or the procedure but the costs requi...

Fighting the flinch: Experimentally induced compassion makes a difference in health care providers.

Although health care providers are required to sustain care in difficult circumstances, some patients challenge this principle. Evoking compassion seems likely to be helpful in such situations. This research aimed to evaluate whether inducing compassion in health care providers might mitigate disengagement with patients who have challenging presenting features such as those with disgusting symptoms and/or are to blame for their own health problems.

Consensus Recommendations for Optimizing Electronic Health Records for Nutrition Care.

Provision of nutrition care is vital to the health and well-being of any patient who enters the health care system, whether in the ambulatory, inpatient, or long-term care setting. Interdisciplinary professionals-nurses, physicians, advanced practice providers, pharmacists, and dietitians-identify and treat nutrition problems or clinical conditions in each of these health care settings. The documentation of nutrition care in a structured format from screening and assessment to discharge allows communication...


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