Track topics on Twitter Track topics that are important to you
Testing Of A Patient-centered E-health Implementation Model In Addiction Treatment PubMed articles on BioPortfolio. Our PubMed references draw on over 21 million records from the medical literature. Here you can see the latest Testing Of A Patient-centered E-health Implementation Model In Addiction Treatment articles that have been published worldwide.
We have published hundreds of Testing Of A Patient-centered E-health Implementation Model In Addiction Treatment news stories on BioPortfolio along with dozens of Testing Of A Patient-centered E-health Implementation Model In Addiction Treatment Clinical Trials and PubMed Articles about Testing Of A Patient-centered E-health Implementation Model In Addiction Treatment for you to read. In addition to the medical data, news and clinical trials, BioPortfolio also has a large collection of Testing Of A Patient-centered E-health Implementation Model In Addiction Treatment Companies in our database. You can also find out about relevant Testing Of A Patient-centered E-health Implementation Model In Addiction Treatment Drugs and Medications on this site too.
The Chinese health care system has suffered from severe tension between patients and doctors during the past decade. Patient-centered communication (PCC) may play a significant role in mitigating this problem. With a general basis of the pathway model linking communication to health, this paper illustrates social mechanisms that underlie how PCC improves health outcomes in China. Using three-wave panel data collected in China, the results showed that PCC failed to directly influence health. Instead, PCC at ...
Patient-centered care is an approach to health care delivery emphasizing engagement with patients and families, cultural competence, communication, and shared decision-making. When planned and implemented thoughtfully, patient-centered care leads to a slow and deliberate culture change in an organization or department. Transitioning to patient-centered care in breast imaging presents unique challenges but evolving opportunities to improve patient satisfaction.
This paper offers a new way of understanding the course of a chronic, neurological condition through a comprehensive model of patient-reported determinants of health and wellbeing: The Patient Reported ImpleMentation sciEnce (PRIME) model is the first model of its kind to be based on patient-driven insights for the design and implementation of initiatives that could improve tertiary, primary, and community healthcare services for patients with refractory epilepsy, and has broad implications for other disord...
Methamphetamine (MA) addiction is one of the most prevalent socioeconomic and health problems worldwide. In recent years, deep brain stimulation (DBS) has increasingly been used for the treatment of addiction. This study reports on two MA-dependent patients who received DBS of the nucleus accumbens (NAc). During the approximately two-year follow-up period, one patient (A) remained abstinent and presented with positive emotional experiences, while the other (B) had no significant psychobehavioral changes dur...
Opioid use disorder (OUD) is associated with physical, social, psychological, and economic burden. This analysis assessed the effects of RBP-6000, referred to as BUP-XR (extended-release buprenorphine), a subcutaneously injected, monthly buprenorphine treatment for OUD compared with placebo on patient-centered outcomes measuring meaningful life changes.
Using the Andersen behavioral model, we examined the complex relationships among geographic access to care, financial disadvantage, patient-centered care factors, and access to care outcomes.
Ear acupuncture is used as a non-pharmacological complement in psychiatric and addiction care to reduce anxiety, depression and insomnia. The aim of this study was to describe health care professionals' perceptions of giving ear acupuncture in different psychiatric settings. Twenty-four professionals providing ear acupuncture to patients with a variety of psychiatric symptoms and/or addiction were interviewed in focus groups. Data were analyzed with a phenomenographic approach. Ear acupuncture was provided,...
Childhood trauma has been associated with negative health behaviors and conditions in adulthood. However, few primary care providers screen for trauma or alter their care to accommodate the multiple effects of trauma on patient health. The purposes of this article were to discuss the health consequences of childhood trauma and to offer a model for trauma-informed primary care (TIPC). The TIPC model provides a guide for primary care providers to screen for adverse childhood experiences and personalize the ca...
There is a growing body of literature indicating imaging testing can affect patients cognitively, socially, behaviorally, and emotionally. The extent to which these patient-centered outcomes (PCOs) are reported in the imaging literature is unclear. Identifying PCOs may facilitate shared decision making around imaging testing.
Fatal opioid overdose is a national public health concern in the United States and a critical problem confronting New Jersey's addiction treatment system. New Jersey developed an innovative program, the Opioid Overdose Recovery Program (OORP), to address the epidemic and the issue of low treatment admissions following a non-fatal overdose. The OORP utilizes an intervention model with peer recovery specialists (RSs) and patient navigators (PNs) to engage individuals within emergency departments (EDs) immedia...
Appropriateness of care is typically determined in the United States by evidence on efficacy and safety, combined with the judgments of experts in research and clinical practice, but without consideration of the cost of care or patient preferences. The shift in focus towards patient-centered care calls for consideration of outcomes that are important to patients, accommodation of patient preferences, and incorporation of the costs of care in patient-provider shared clinical decisions. The RAND/UCLA Appropri...
There are numerous calls for building health care delivery systems that are more patient centered. The focus on patient-centered care has increasingly begun to rely upon, and even merge with, the concept of patients as consumers. Early references to patients as consumers were made by patient advocates who were attempting to challenge professional and corporate dominance in health care. Today, "consumer-driven" health care has become associated with neoliberal efforts to emphasize market factors in health re...
Millions of Americans have uncontrolled hypertension and are low-income or uninsured. Health Resources and Services Administration-funded health centers (HCs) are primary providers of care to these patients and a majority have adopted the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH). PCMH includes principles of care coordination or integration and care management-support important to the treatment of hypertension. We examined whether the receipt of PCMH concordant care by HC patients improved hypertension outcomes.
Evaluation of the Patient Activated Learning System (PALS) to improve knowledge acquisition, retention, and medication decision making among hypertensive adults: Results of a pilot randomized controlled trial.
There are few engaging, patient centered, and reliable e-Health sources, particularly for patients with low health literacy.
The search for efficiency and concentration on patient needs and satisfaction are at the topic of current conceptions in terms of the quality and organization of health services. There is indeed a relative consolidation of organizational approaches called Patient-Centered Care (e.g. CCM, DM, case management, population management) for the structured management of patients with chronic diseases and a real desire to implement them in the domain of health. This evolution continues in the management of health s...
Increasing prevalence of chronic conditions and multimorbidity challenges health care systems and calls for patient-centered coordination of care. Implementation and evaluation of health policies focusing on the development of patient-centered coordination of care needs valid instruments measuring this dimension of care. The aim of this validation study was to assess the psychometric properties of the French version of the 14-item Patient-Centered Coordination by a Care Team (PCCCT) questionnaire in a prima...
Patient harm continues to be a leading cause of morbidity and mortality in the United States. Among high-risk industries, the health care system has a significantly lower safety profile than that of others. There are many driving forces behind this, including significant resistance within the medical community in the late 1960s to consumer demand of patient-centered and family-centered care. In subsequent decades the voice of the customer has taken center stage. The mounting research linking patient experie...
The purpose of this article was twofold. We aimed to both clarify the multidimensional notion of patient empowerment (PE) and conduct a comprehensive survey of PE-related literature in the specific context of the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Most health care organizations are designed using industrial model performance standards based on conformity and conventionality. In the new economy, marked with exponential change, convergent competition, and empowered consumers, leaders are faced with building a model that can accommodate personalized medicine, managing patient-centered expectations, and value-creating hubs to remain viable. [J Contin Educ Nurs. 2019;50(5):196-198.].
Obtaining reliable longitudinal information about everyday functioning from individuals with Parkinson's disease (PD) in natural environments is critical for clinical care and research. Despite advances in mobile health technologies, the implementation of digital outcome measures is hindered by a lack of consensus on the type and scope of measures, the most appropriate approach for data capture (eg, in clinic or at home), and the extraction of timely information that meets the needs of patients, clinicians,...
In this paper, we critically investigate the implementation of person-centered care with the purpose of advancing philosophical debates regarding the overarching aims and delivery of rehabilitation. While general agreement exists regarding person centered care's core principles, how practitioners reconcile the implementation of these principles with competing practice demands remains an open question.
How can elective egg freezing (EEF) be made patient centered? This study asked women to reflect on their experiences of EEF, which included their insights and recommendations on the optimal delivery of patient-centered care.
Epilepsy is among the most common chronic neurologic diseases. There is a need for more data on patient perspectives of treatment to guide patient-centered care initiatives. Patients with epilepsy share their experiences on social media anonymously, but little is known about those discussions. Our aim was to learn what patients with epilepsy discuss regarding their condition and identify treatment-related themes from online patient support groups.
To develop a sustainable business model for pharmacist-provided comprehensive medication management services in a patient-centered medical home. Secondarily, to evaluate the impact that the pharmacist had on clinical (glycosylated hemoglobin [A1C], low-density lipoprotein [LDL], and blood pressure) and economic (physician productivity and cost avoidance) outcomes.