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Healthcare Costs Reduced When Patients Have a Place to Live.

The University of Illinois Hospital in Chicago has reduced healthcare costs by providing permanent housing for frequent ED utilizers with behavioral and medical issues who are homeless. •Patients are identified by ED staff as homeless, having one or more chronic disease, and substance abuse issues. •The Housing First model adapted by the hospital places patients in subsidized housing, then helps them with their problems. •The hospital has partnered with the Chicago Center for Housing and Health, which...


Cohort study of healthcare use, costs and diagnoses from onset to 6 months after discharge for takotsubo syndrome in Sweden.

Little is known about the economic impact of takotsubo syndrome (TS) for patients and the health system after initial discharge from hospital. Therefore, the aim of this study was to describe the healthcare resource use and calculate direct healthcare costs for TS, from hospitalisation to 6 months after discharge, and explore the distribution of costs between TS and other diagnoses among patients with TS.

Cost of oropharyngeal dysphagia after stroke: protocol for a systematic review.

Oropharyngeal dysphagia (OD) is a major disorder following stroke. OD can produce alterations in both the efficacy and safety of deglutition and may result in malnutrition, dehydration, frailty, respiratory infections and pneumonia. These complications can be avoided by early detection and treatment of OD in poststroke patients, and hospital stays, medication and mortality rates can be reduced. In addition to acute in-hospital costs from OD complications, there are other costs related to poststroke OD such ...


Healthcare Utilization and Direct Costs in Patients with Ankylosing Spondylitis Using a Large US Administrative Claims Database.

In addition to the considerable patient and societal burdens, the financial burdens of ankylosing spondylitis (AS) are substantial. Understanding both all-cause and AS-specific direct costs in patients with AS is important if we are to understand the financial impact on patients with AS and payers in the United States. This study assessed both all-cause and AS-specific healthcare utilization and direct costs in US patients with AS using administrative claims data.

Post-operative Direct Healthcare Costs of Lumbar Discectomy are Reduced with the Use of a Novel Annular Closure Device in High-Risk Patients.

Lumbar discectomy is a largely successful surgical procedure; however, reherniation rates in patients with large annular defects are as high as 27%. The expense associated with a revision surgery places significant burden on the healthcare system.

Association between strained ICU capacity and healthcare costs in Canada: A population-based cohort study.

Intensive care is resource intensive, with costs representing a substantial quantity of total hospitalization costs. Strained ICU capacity compromises care quality and adversely impacts outcomes; however, the association between strain and healthcare costs has not been explored.

Musculoskeletal injuries and absenteeism among healthcare professionals-ICD-10 characterization.

Healthcare workers account for 10% of the EU's total workforce, with a significant proportion of those employed in hospitals. Musculoskeletal injuries are the predominant group of injuries in healthcare professionals due to the physical demands of their work, such as the mobilization and positioning of the dependent patients. The management of this type of problem should take into account direct and indirect costs, such as periods of incapacity for work due to illness, hiring and training of new employees d...

Treatment Patterns, Healthcare Resource Utilization and Costs Among Schizophrenia Patients Treated with Long-Acting Injectable Versus Oral Antipsychotics.

Long-acting injectable (LAI) antipsychotic use may reduce healthcare resource utilization compared with oral antipsychotic use by improving adherence and reducing dosing frequency. Our goal was to examine treatment patterns, healthcare utilization, and costs among recently diagnosed schizophrenia patients receiving oral versus LAI antipsychotics.

Medicare Annual Wellness Visit association with healthcare quality and costs.

Although use of the Medicare Annual Wellness Visit (AWV) is increasing nationally, it remains unclear whether it can help contain healthcare costs and improve quality. In the context of 2 primary care physician-led accountable care organizations (ACOs), we tested the hypothesis that AWVs can improve healthcare costs and clinical quality.

Patient-level costs in margin re-excision for breast-conserving surgery.

High rates of reoperation following breast-conserving surgery (BCS) for positive margins are associated with costs to healthcare providers. The aim was to assess the quality of evidence on reported re-excision costs and compare the direct patient-level costs between patients undergoing successful BCS versus reoperations after BCS.

Cure for increasing health care costs: The Bernhoven case as driver of new standards of appropriate care.

Containing costs is a major challenge in health care. Cost and quality are often seen as trade-offs, but high quality and low costs can go hand-in-hand as waste exists in unnecessary and unfounded care. In the Netherlands, two healthcare insurers and a hospital collaborate to improve quality of care and decrease healthcare costs. Their aim is to reduce unnecessary care by shifting the business model and culture from a focus on volume to a focus on quality. Key drivers to support this are taking time for int...

Adherence, Healthcare Resource Utilization, and Costs in Medicaid Beneficiaries with Schizophrenia Transitioning from Once-Monthly to Once-Every-3-Months Paliperidone Palmitate.

The aim was to compare adherence to antipsychotics (APs), healthcare resource utilization (HRU), and costs before and after once-every-3-months paliperidone palmitate (PP3M) initiation in patients with schizophrenia.

Ultrafiltration versus diuretics for the treatment of fluid overload in patients with heart failure: a hospital cost analysis.

Background Heart failure (HF) is a common, serious disease in the United States and Europe. Patients with HF often require treatment for fluid overload, resulting in costly inpatient visits; however, limited evidence exists on the costs of alternative treatments. This study performed a cost-analysis of ultrafiltration (UF) versus diuretic therapy (DIUR-T) for patients with HF from the hospital perspective. Methods The model used clinical data from the literature and hospital data from the Healthcare Cost an...

Patient costs incurred by people living with HIV/AIDS prior to ART initiation in primary healthcare facilities in Gauteng, South Africa.

To quantify costs to patients of accessing HIV care prior to ART initiation.

Epidemiology, Quality of Life, and Costs Associated with Hypoglycemia in Patients with Diabetes in Spain: A Systematic Literature Review.

To assess the burden of hypoglycemia in patients with diabetes mellitus (DM) in Spain, including epidemiological data and information relating to healthcare resource utilization (HRU) and costs, and patients' quality of life (QoL).

Healthcare Utilization and Costs for Patients With End-stage Liver Disease are Significantly Higher at the End of Life Compared to Those of Other Decedents.

Patients with end-stage liver disease (ESLD) have progressively complex medical needs. However, little is known about their end of life health care utilization or associated costs. We performed a population-based study to evaluate the end of life direct utilization and costs for patients with ESLD among health care sectors in the province of Ontario.

Healthcare Costs of Secondhand Smoke Exposure at Home for U.S. Children.

The purpose of this study is to estimate healthcare utilization and healthcare costs due to secondhand smoke exposure at home for children in the U.S.

ABC (Atrial fibrillation Better Care) pathway and healthcare costs in atrial fibrillation. The ATHERO-AF study.

The Atrial fibrillation Better Care (ABC) pathway for the integrated approach to the management of patients with atrial fibrillation has been proposed to streamline patient management in an integrated, holistic manner, as follows: 'A' Avoid stroke with Anticoagulation; 'B' Better symptom management, with rate or rhythm control; 'C' Cardiovascular risk and comorbidity management, including lifestyle factors. ABC pathway compliance has been associated with a reduced rate of cardiovascular events compared to n...

Are we able to predict who needs a bed the most?

In recent years we indeed have witnessed an increasing demand on healthcare services coupled with spiraling healthcare costs forcing us towards identifying factors and interventions leading to greater healthcare efficiency.

Mental health treatment dose and annual healthcare costs in patients with cancer and major depressive disorder.

Depression in patients with cancer has been associated with increased annual health care use and costs relative to nondepressed patients. Little is known of the potential cost savings associated with receipt of mental health treatment. This study evaluated the association between number of mental health visits and annual health care costs in patients with cancer and comorbid major depression.

Imaging versus no imaging for low back pain: a systematic review, measuring costs, healthcare utilization and absence from work.

Imaging (X-ray, CT and MRI) provides no health benefits for low back pain (LBP) patients and is not recommended in clinical practice guidelines. Whether imaging leads to increased costs, healthcare utilization or absence from work is unclear. Therefore, this study systematically reviews if imaging in patients with LBP leads to an increase in these outcomes.

Healthcare-service utilization and direct costs throughout ten years following acute myocardial infarction: Soroka Acute Myocardial Infarction II (SAMI II) Project.

acute myocardial infarction (AMI) is associated with significant risk for long-term morbidity and healthcare expenditure. We investigated healthcare utilization and direct costs throughout 10-years following AMI.

Estimating direct healthcare costs attributable to laboratory-confirmed Lyme disease in Ontario, Canada: A population-based matched cohort study using health administrative data.

The objective of this study was to determine healthcare costs attributable to laboratory-confirmed Lyme disease (LD) from the healthcare payer perspective in Ontario, Canada. A cost-of-illness study was conducted for incident LD subjects from 1 January 2006 through 31 December 2013 ascertained from provincial laboratory and reportable disease databases, linked to health administrative data. All LD subjects included were laboratory-confirmed, according to provincial case definitions. Incident LD subjects wer...

Genotype-guided thiopurine dosing does not lead to additional costs in patients with inflammatory bowel disease.

Decreased thiopurine S-methyltransferase (TPMT) enzyme activity increases the risk of hematologic adverse drug reactions (ADR) in patients treated with thiopurines. Clinical studies have shown that in patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), pharmacogenetic TPMT-guided thiopurine treatment reduces this risk of ADR. The aim of this study was to investigate, whether this intervention impacts on healthcare costs and/or quality of life.

Exploring a transition in Dutch healthcare.

Healthcare systems are facing persistent challenges, such as dealing with an ageing population, related increases in chronic diseases and healthcare costs facilitated by technological progress. The authors argue that the boundaries of optimisation are being reached and a more fundamental change or transition is necessary. The purpose of this paper is to explore the contours of this transition in the Netherlands. The authors do this from the perspective of healthcare organisations that have participated in t...


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