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Regional governance of the health system in Brazil: configurations of actors and the role of the Interagency Commissions.

The analytical focus is on the role of the Regional Interagency Commissions (CIR), considering the diversity of actors that influence health policy in specific regional contexts. The research involved conducting five case studies in each of the Brazilian macroregions, with the application of 128 questionnaires to public managers, service providers and civil society representatives, between August 2015 and August 2016. The comparative perspective was adopted, by considering three analytical approaches: the c...


Impact of Regional Cardiocerebrovascular Centers on Myocardial Infarction Patients in Korea: A Fixed-effects Model.

The Regional Cardiocerebrovascular Center (RCCVC) Project designated local teaching hospitals as RCCVCs, in order to improve patient outcomes of acute cardiocerebrovascular emergencies by founding a regional system that can adequately transfer and manage patients within 3 hours. We investigated the effects of RCCVC establishment on treatment volume and 30-day mortality.

Regional differences in mental health stigma-Analysis of nationally representative data from the Health Survey for England, 2014.

Mental health stigma persists despite coordinated and widely-evaluated interventions. Socioeconomic, structural, and regional context may be important in shaping attitudes to mental illness, and response to stigma interventions. Regional differences in attitudes towards mental illness could be relevant for intervention, but have not been systematically explored. We evaluated regional variation in mental health stigma using nationally representative data from England, the Health Survey for England (HSE), fro...


Bipolar Disorder Mixed Episodes: A Pragmatic Trial of a Public Health Treatment Effectiveness.

To evaluate the effectiveness of an algorithm for the treatment of mixed episodes in bipolar disorder (BD) using the medications available under the Unified Health System (Sistema Único de Saúde) in Brazil.

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.

Regional Heterogeneity in the Regulation of Vasoconstriction in Arteries and Its Role in Vascular Mechanics.

Vasoconstriction and vasodilation play important roles in the circulatory system and can be regulated through different pathways that depend on myriad biomolecules. These different pathways reflect the various functions of smooth muscle cell (SMC) contractility within the different regions of the arterial tree and how they contribute to both the mechanics and the mechanobiology. Here, we review the primary regulatory pathways involved in SMC contractility and highlight their regional differences in elastic,...

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...

Japanese regional-quota medical students in their final year are less motivated to work in medically underserved areas than they were in their first year: a prospective observational study.

In Japanese medical schools, a special regional quota (chiikiwaku) system has been widely implemented to increase the number of physicians in medically underserved areas (MUAs). Regional quota students are required to take out a student loan but are exempted from repayment after fulfilling an approximately 9-year obligatory practice period. This study investigated the anticipated willingness of final-year regional quota students to remain in MUAs after their obligatory practice period, as well as factors as...

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...

Aircraft noise and self-assessed mental health around a regional urban airport: a population based record linkage study.

Limited evidence suggests that residential exposure to aircraft noise negatively influences population mental health around large airports, but it is not known whether the same is true for smaller airports. We investigated whether residential exposure to aircraft noise near a regional urban airport was associated with risk of chronic self-assessed mental ill health.

Cost Effectiveness of a Technology-Enhanced Diabetes Care Management Program in Mexico.

The prevalence of diabetes has increased substantially in Mexico over the last 40 years, leading to significant impacts on population health and the healthcare system. Technology-based solutions may improve diabetes outcomes in areas where lack of efficient transportation creates barriers to care.

'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.

Factors associated with Sisvan Web coverage for children under 5 years of age, in the municipalities of the Regional Health Inspectorate of Belo Horizonte, Brazil.

The objective of this research was to analyze the factors associated with the Food and Nutrition Surveillance System (Sisvan Web) coverage for children under five years of age in the municipalities of the Regional Health Inspectorate of Belo Horizonte (HRS-BH). Sisvan Web coverage data were collected from September to October 2012. Simultaneously, a "semi-structured questionnaire about the Sisvan operation" was sent to identify the technical references of municipalities studied. The coverage was calculated ...

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.

Advancement Of Teledentistry At The University Of Rochester's Eastman Institute For Oral Health.

Dental caries is the most prevalent infectious disease among US children. National surveys have shown that poor and minority-group children are not only disproportionately affected by dental caries but also have limited access to oral health care. Following successful exploratory applications of both synchronous and asynchronous models at the Eastman Institute for Oral Health, teledentistry has been demonstrated to be a practical and cost-effective way to improve oral health care for rural and disadvantaged...

A Comparison of UK and Brazilian SF-6D Preference Weights When Applied to a Brazilian Urban Population.

The 6-dimensional health state short form (SF-6D) is a health preference measure used in economic evaluations of many treatments.

Introduction: Reduction of social inequalities in health has been one of the main political pillars of Regional Health Agencies in France since their creation in 2009. This paper presents a contextual analysis of the effects on social inequalities in health of a hospital-based health promotion and disease prevention programme in terms of overall health policy and scope.Methods: Qualitative analysi

Reduction of social inequalities in health has been one of the main political pillars of Regional Health Agencies in France since their creation in 2009. This paper presents a contextual analysis of the effects on social inequalities in health of a hospital-based health promotion and disease prevention programme in terms of overall health policy and scope.

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.

Preferences for rural specialist health care in the treatment of Parkinson.

People living with Parkinson's disease (PWPD) in rural areas have limited access to local condition-specific care. This paper examines the healthcare preferences of PWPD living in rural areas and how a community-driven initiative to employ a movement disorder nurse (MDN) functioned to address barriers to health services access. A qualitative design facilitated an understanding of how interactions with the health system shaped PWPD and their carer's experiences of living in a regional community. A total of 4...

Learning from elsewhere: Integrated care development in Singapore.

The Singapore healthcare sector faces a myriad of challenges, including a rapidly ageing population, an increasing burden of chronic disease, and the rising cost of healthcare. The Ministry of Health has called for a restructuring and transformation of the current model of care to one that is more accessible, affordable and of higher quality, by the year 2020. In achieving quality health care, care integration through the Regional Health Systems (RHS) is seen as one approach to improving health and social o...

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.

Effects of a Hypocaloric, Nutritionally Complete, Higher Protein Meal Plan on Regional Body Fat and Cardiometabolic Biomarkers in Older Adults with Obesity.

Whether improvements in cardiometabolic health following weight loss (WL) are associated with changes in regional body fat distribution (gluteal vs. -android) is not well documented.

GIS-based method to delimit spheres of influence for a medical consortium: Experience of a pediatric medical consortium, Shanghai.

To improve the utilization efficiency of health care services, the concept of a "regional medical consortium" has attracted more attention during the most recent round of health care reform in China. Shanghai, a municipality of China, has made many efforts to promote its regional medical consortium project. In this paper, the pediatric medical consortium of Shanghai will serve as an example to introduce the main tasks and groundwork of the Shanghai medical consortium and will underscore Shanghai's explorati...

Operational efficiency, patient composition and regional context of U.S. health centers: Associations with access to early prenatal care and low birth weight.

Community health centers (CHCs) provide comprehensive medical services to medically under-served Americans, helping to reduce health disparities. This study aimed to identify the unique compositions and contexts of CHCs to better understand variation in access to early prenatal care and rates of low birth weights (LBW). Data include CHC-level data from the Uniform Data System, and regional-level data from the US Census American Community Survey and Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System. First, latent c...


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