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Patient Reported Outcomes of Pastoral Care in a Hospital Setting.

This study aimed to establish whether Pastoral Care (PC) visits were an effective component of a hospitalized patient's overall health experience. Outcomes of PC visits were reported by 369 patients in 7 sites across Australia. The patient reported outcomes of PC visits included: the patients felt they could be honest with themselves, with a sense of peace, a better perspective of their illness, less anxiety, and felt more in control. Five factors of the PC visit significantly related to higher patient's ov...

Who Will Show? Predicting Missed Visits Among Patients in Routine HIV Primary Care in the United States.

Missed HIV medical visits predict poor clinical outcomes. We sought to identify patients at high risk of missing visits. We analyzed 2002-2014 data from six large US HIV clinics. At each visit, we predicted the likelihood of missing the next scheduled visit using demographic, clinical, and patient-reported psychosocial variables. Overall, 10,374 participants contributed 105,628 HIV visits. For 17% of visits, the next scheduled appointment was missed. The strongest predictor of a future missed visit was past...

Unplanned Emergency Department Visits within 30-Days of Mastectomy and Breast Reconstruction.

Unplanned emergency department (ED) visits are often overlooked as an indicator of care quality. Our objectives were to (1) determine the rate of 30-day ED visits following mastectomy with or without immediate reconstruction, (2) perform a risk analysis of potential factors associated with ED return, and (3) assess for potentially preventable visits with a focus on returns for pain.

The association between outpatient follow-up visits and all-cause non-elective 30-day readmissions: A retrospective observational cohort study.

As an effort to reduce hospital readmissions, early follow-up visits were recommended by the Society of Hospital Medicine. However, published literature on the effect of follow-up visits is limited with mixed conclusions. Our goal here is to fully explore the relationship between follow-up visits and the all-cause non-elective 30-day readmission rate (RR) after adjusting for confounders.

Emergency Department Visits by Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Patients Compared with Pediatric Cancer Patients in the United States.

Limited information exists on emergency department (ED) visits for adolescent and young adult (AYA) patients with cancer. We examined the clinical reasons for ED visits, and outcomes, for AYAs with cancer compared to pediatric cancer patients.

Timely follow-up visits after psychiatric hospitalization and readmission in schizophrenia and bipolar disorder in Japan.

The study objective was to investigate the association between timely follow-up visits after psychiatric hospitalization and the risk of readmission in patients with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder. A retrospective cohort study was conducted using a nationwide claims database in Japan. Between April 2014 and March 2015, all psychiatric hospitalization data were obtained and patients with a principal diagnosis of schizophrenia or bipolar disorder were followed up from 180 days before admission to 210 days ...

Determinants of frequency and contents of antenatal care visits in Bangladesh: Assessing the extent of compliance with the WHO recommendations.

In addition to the number of antenatal care (ANC) visits, the items of ANC services covered by ANC visits greatly influence the effectiveness of the ANC services. Recently the World Health Organization (WHO) recommended not only to achieve a minimum of eight ANC visits, but also to use a core set of items of ANC services for safe motherhood. This study examined the levels and determinants of frequency and contents of ANC visits in Bangladesh and thus assessed the level of compliance with the WHO recommended...

Communication between nurse care managers and patients who take opioids for chronic pain: Strategies for exploring aberrant behavior.

One approach to potential misuse of prescription opioids by patients with chronic pain is team-based collaborative primary care, with primary care visits complemented by frequent visits with nurse care managers (NCMs) specializing in addiction care. However, little is known about the communication strategies NCMs employ in these visits. This study aimed to describe strategies NCMs used with patients when discussing aberrancies encountered during opioid monitoring.

Impact of Telemedicine in Pediatric Postoperative Care.

A shortage of pediatricians and long wait times in the hospitals render more efficient follow-up visits increasingly important. Virtual visits between physician and patient offer a solution to this problem. Increased awareness, improved technology, and efficient scheduling methods will contribute to the quality and adoption of telemedicine programs.

How Smart Use of Data Can Help To Manage Complex Medicaid Patients.

Care managers can quickly assess clinical complexity and monitor members climbing the cost and risk curve if they are armed with up-to-date information about a member's medical and behavioral diagnoses, prescription medications, physician office visits, emergency room visits, and hospitalizations.

Incidence, Admission Rates, and Economic Burden of Adult Emergency Visits for Chronic Pancreatitis: Data From the National Emergency Department Sample, 2006 to 2012.

Chronic pancreatitis (CP) is a common reason for emergency department (ED) visits, but little research has examined ED use by patients with CP.

From Dehydration to Fractures: Medical Issues Faced by People Crossing the United States: Mexico Border.

To quantify the number of Border Crossers seen at our hospitals, broken down by diagnoses and age. We used our electronic medical record to identify the number of patients in custody of the United States Border Patrol who were seen at Banner-University: South and University Campuses during the calendar year 2016. 734 patients were identified, and the electronic medical record was used to identify the primary diagnosis and age for each one. We then manually categorized them into groups of common diagnoses. W...

Does informal care impact utilisation of home-based formal care services among end-of-life patients? A decade of evidence from Ontario, Canada.

Understanding how informal care impacts formal care utilisation for home-based end-of-life patients is an important policy- and practice-relevant question. This paper aims to assess the relationship between informal and formal home care among home-based end-of-life patients and how this relationship has changed over the last decade and over the end-of-life trajectory. We focus on informal care provided by family members or friends, and three types of home-based formal care services: care by personal support...

Effects of physician's specialty on regular chronic kidney disease care in predialysis: A population-based cross-sectional study.

Late referral in chronic kidney disease (CKD) is associated with irregular care and poor prognosis. How the specialty of healthcare provider affect late referral and irregular CKD care remain unclear.We conducted a population-based cross-sectional study to include incident dialysis patients from 2002 to 2007 in Taiwan and observed for 1, 2, and 3 years before dialysis. The medical visits-related information was evaluated every 3 months, retrospectively. Irregular follow-up was defined as missing a follow-up...

Group Prenatal Visits: Maternal and Neonatal Health Outcomes.

Most studies evaluating the effect of group prenatal care on maternal and neonatal health outcomes assess the CenteringPregnancy model, which follows a set structure and educational curriculum. Group prenatal visits (GPVs) bring together pregnant patients for visits that include education and a health evaluation. GPVs represent a more flexible method of delivering group prenatal care, compared with CenteringPregnancy. Our study sought to determine whether GPV participation affects maternal and neonatal heal...

Antibiotic Prescribing Patterns for Sinusitis Within a Direct-to-Consumer Virtual Urgent Care.

Direct-to-consumer virtual visits are increasingly popular across both for-profit and nonprofit healthcare systems.

Mental Health-related Physician Office Visits by Adults Aged 18 and Over: United States, 2012-2014.

In 2016, mental illness affected about 45 million U.S. adults (1). Although mental health-related office visits are often made to psychiatrists (2), primary care physicians can serve as the main source of treatment for patients with mental health issues (3); however, availability of provider type may vary by geographic region (3,4). This report uses data from the 2012-2014 National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (NAMCS) to examine adult mental healthrelated physician office visits by specialty and selected ...

Avoidable visits to the emergency department(ED) and their association with sex, age and race in a cohort of low socio-economic status patients on hemodialysis in the Bronx.

In national samples drawn from the USRDS, female patients utilize the hospital ED and inpatient services at a higher rate than their male counterparts and have a higher rate of re-hospitalization. We wanted to explore the association of sex with avoidable ED visits made by a cohort of patients on hemodialysis in a mostly minority, lower socioeconomic status (SES), population in the Bronx to test the applicability of the USRDS findings.

Acute effect of fine and coarse particular matter on cardiovascular visits in Ningbo, China.

Although a growing number of epidemiological studies have been conducted on size-specific health effects of particulate matter in China, results remain inconsistent. In this study, we investigated acute effect of fine and coarse particular matter on cardiovascular hospital visits in Ningbo, China. We used generalized additive models to examine short-term effects of PM and PM on cardiovascular hospital visits by adjustment for temporal, seasonal, and meteorological effects. Subgroup analyses were conducted b...

Predictive Modeling of the Progression of Alzheimer's Disease with Recurrent Neural Networks.

The number of service visits of Alzheimer's disease (AD) patients is different from each other and their visit time intervals are non-uniform. Although the literature has revealed many approaches in disease progression modeling, they fail to leverage these time-relevant part of patients' medical records in predicting disease's future status. This paper investigates how to predict the AD progression for a patient's next medical visit through leveraging heterogeneous medical data. Data provided by the Nationa...

Online Care versus In-Person Care for Improving Quality of Life in Psoriasis: A Randomized Controlled Equivalency Trial.

This 12-month, pragmatic, randomized controlled equivalency trial evaluated whether an online, collaborative connected-health model results in equivalent improvements in quality of life as compared to in-person care for psoriasis. 296 adults with physician-diagnosed psoriasis from ambulatory clinics were randomized to either online or in-person care; all were analyzed for outcomes. In the online group, patients and primary care providers (PCPs) sought dermatologists' care directly and asynchronously online....

Use of Chronic Care Management Codes for Medicare Beneficiaries: a Missed Opportunity?

Physicians spend significant time outside of regular office visits caring for complex patients, and this work is often uncompensated. In 2015, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) introduced a billing code for care coordination between office visits for beneficiaries with multiple chronic conditions.

Bilateral subthalamic deep brain stimulation is an effective and safe treatment option for the older patients with Parkinson's disease.

We aimed to provide evidence that subthalamic nucleus (STN) deep brain stimulation (DBS) is an effective and safe treatment option for older patients with Parkinson's disease (PD).

Feasibility and Results of a Mobile Haemophilia Outpatient Care Pilot Project.

 Regular visits at haemophilia treatment centres (HTCs) in rural regions are often dependent on the access to a private car due to lack of or limited availability of public means. Therefore, a mobile haemophilia outpatient care (MHOC) concept providing home visits to haemophilia patients has been developed by the Saarland HTC, which is located in a rural German region.

Menstrual History-Taking at Annual Well-Visits for Adolescent Girls.

To determine the rates at which primary care providers elicit menstrual histories from adolescent girls at well-visits.

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