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The issue of communications in health care system.

Introduction: The communication process is a prerequisite for the development and effective functioning of health care system, the safety and strengthening of population health. The aim: To develop and present the system of communications in health care.

The foundation of an effective health care system of ukraine - family medicine.

The article discusses approaches to the reforming of the Health Care System of Ukraine, the key objectives of which are: the strengthening of preventive services, the increasing of availability and quality of health care, the enhancement of primary health care, the improving of personnel maintenance, infrastructure upgrading and the equity in health care. Conclusions: Any measures aimed at the modernization of the health care system should be accompanied by joint efforts of all parties (patients, the medica...

Promoting and Sustaining Positive Personal Health Behaviors - Putting the Person First.

Amidst the national debate on the future of health care, there must be a focus on how individuals, communities, and the system need to change to promote and sustain health rather than reactively treat sickness and disability. To transition from a health care system to a "System for Health", we need to move from a patient-focused to a person-focused position. A system that focuses on improving personal decisions related to activity, nutrition, sleep, and tobacco-free living could have a profound impact on he...

'Feminization' of physician workforce in Bangladesh, underlying factors and implications for health system: Insights from a mixed-methods study.

Bangladesh is currently faced with an emerging scenario of increased number of female physicians in the health workforce which has health system implications. For a health system to attract and retain female physicians, information is needed regarding their motivation to choose medical profession, real-life challenges encountered in home and workplaces, propensity to choose a few particular specialties, and factors leading to drop-out from the system. This exploratory mixed-methods study attempted to fill-i...

Overcoming the health system challenges in the 21st century and beyond?

To highlight how risk factors contribute toward the rising burden of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCD) and Health System challenges.

Organizational factors affecting successful physician-system integration: A qualitative study of Washington State health executives.

Health care delivery is moving toward a value-based environment, which calls for increased integration between physician groups and health systems. Health executives sit at a key nexus point for determining how and when physician-system integration occurs.

Developing Tomorrow's Leaders: A Medical Student Distinction Track in Health System Transformation and Leadership.

Calls for medical education reform focus on preparing physicians to meet the challenges of today's complex health care system. Despite implementing curricula focused on health systems science (HSS), including quality improvement (QI), patient safety, team-based care, and population health, a significant gap remains in training students to meet the system's evolving needs.

Effects of non-health-targeted policies on migrant health: a systematic review and meta-analysis.

Government policies can strongly influence migrants' health. Using a Health in All Policies approach, we systematically reviewed evidence on the impact of public policies outside of the health-care system on migrant health.

The value of a causal loop diagram in exploring the complex interplay of factors that influence health promotion in a multisectoral health system in Australia.

Despite calls for the application of complex systems science in empirical studies of health promotion, there are very few examples. The aim of this paper was to use a complex systems approach to examine the key factors that influenced health promotion (HP) policy and practice in a multisectoral health system in Australia.

The Dark Side of Cuba's Health System: Free Speech, Rights of Patients and Labor Rights of Physicians.

This essay questions the achievements and assessments of the Cuban health system. It argues that health policies in Cuba in the past half century have been implemented with limited concern for civil liberties and certain human rights which are considered a core component of a responsive, transparent, and accountable health system. Three cases are discussed in support of this assessment: 1) the persecution of Cuban analysts who questioned the official version of the socio-economic situation of pre-revolution...

Agreements and disagreements between community health and the Spanish health system. SESPAS report 2018.

In this article, we describe the different stages of the rise and decline of Primary Health Care and, in particular, its community approach; we do so by providing a historical journey of the relationship between the Spanish National Health System and community health, outlining the connections and disconnections with Public Health as well as the influence of dominant political ideologies. We defend a community reorientation of health services, considering community health as an essential part of Primary Hea...

Advancing Health Services Research to Eliminate Health Care Disparities.

Findings from health services research highlight continuing health care disparities in the United States, especially in the areas of access to health care and quality of care. Although attention to health care disparities has increased, considerable knowledge gaps still exist. A better understanding of how cultural, behavioral, and health system factors converge and contribute to unequal access and differential care is needed. Research-informed approaches for reducing health care disparities that are feasib...

The Public Health Uniform National Data System (PHUND$): A Platform for Monitoring Fiscal Health and Sustainability of the Public Health System.

Leaders of government agencies are responsible for stewardship over taxpayer investments. Stewardship strengthens agency performance that is critical to improving population health. Most industries, including health care, and public enterprises, such as education, have policies for uniform data reporting and financial systems for the application of theoretical analytical techniques to organizations and entire systems. However, this is not a mainstreamed practice in local and state government public health.

Health system measurement: Harnessing machine learning to advance global health.

Further improvements in population health in low- and middle-income countries demand high-quality care to address an increasingly complex burden of disease. Health facility surveys provide an important but costly source of information on readiness to provide care. To improve the efficiency of health system measurement, we applied unsupervised machine learning methods to assess the performance of the service readiness index (SRI) defined by the World Health Organization and compared it to empirically derived...

What Should Health Care Systems Consider When Implementing Complementary and Integrative Health: Lessons from Veterans Health Administration.

Health care systems are increasingly interested in becoming whole health systems that include complementary and integrative health (CIH) approaches. The nation's largest health care system, the Veterans Health Administration (VA), has been transforming to such a system. However, anecdotal evidence suggested that many VA medical centers have faced challenges in implementing CIH approaches, whereas others have flourished. We report on a large-scale, research-operations partnered effort to understand the chall...

VA pharmacists find niche in mental health services.

Community-Focused Health Care For The Seriously Ill.

Experts offer a prescription for a health system that is centered on the community rather than traditional health care institutions.

Slovenian health care system and possibilities for freelance medical specialists.

The purpose of the article is to present the results of the research aimed at establishing the current situation in the health care system in Slovenia and verifying whether the possibility and support exist for the introduction of a freelance medical specialist.

Home health service gets assist from pharmacists.

Developing a Nursing Practice Framework to Align With Strategy.

Clinical and administrative nurse leaders in a safety-net health system in Northern California developed and implemented a nursing practice framework to complement the system's 5-year strategic initiative (2015-2020). Their contributions have been integral to the health system's strategic direction and success. This article summarizes highlights of the journey from intellectual curiosity to pragmatic implementation system-wide.

Strategies used to link Health Information Systems for the follow-up of women with abnormal mammograms in the Brazilian Public Health System.

Health Information Systems are potential instruments to analyze health situation; however, the non-compulsory filling of a single common field makes it difficult to link systems' data. This study aimed to describe and evaluate the adequacy of the strategies used to perform data linkage between databases from the Brazilian Public Health System (SUS) as to records for breast cancer control.

How Medical Schools Can Promote Community Collaboration Through Health Systems Science Education.

Traditional focus areas of medical education are insufficient for preparing future clinicians to function well in the rapidly evolving US health care system. In response, many medical schools and residency programs are integrating into their curricula health systems science (HSS), which includes health care policy, public and population health, interprofessional collaboration, value-based care, health system improvement, and systems thinking. To illustrate the value of HSS, the authors draw upon their exper...

FDA, National Academies examining opioids for acute pain.

Stakeholders describe drug shortage challenges.

Hopes are high for collaborative practice in Florida.

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