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"There is no time for knowing each other": Quality of care during childbirth in a low resource setting.

To explore women's and healthcare provider's perspectives of what quality of care during childbirth means to them and how this can be improved.

A Rapid Cycle Improvement Approach to Increase Patient Readiness at Their Scheduled Appointment Time.

Patient unpunctuality negatively affects quality care. We found that 39% of patients at an academic primary care center were not ready to be evaluated at their scheduled appointment time. Our aim was to reduce this to 20% in 3 months' time.

Quality of care in six sub-Saharan Africa countries: a provider-based study on adherence to WHO's antenatal care guideline.

Quality of care may help explain the high burden of disease in maternal, newborn and child health in low- and middle-income countries even as access to care is improved. We explored the determinants of quality of antenatal care (ANC) in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA).

Using the Quality Maternal and Newborn Care Framework to evaluate women's experiences of different models of care: A qualitative study.

There is evidence that continuity of care - increasingly a focus of maternity care policy in the UK - contributes to improved outcomes. However, uncertainty remains about which models of care are most effective in which circumstances, and why this is. A plausible explanation is grounded in the idea that the continuity elements of care contribute to and reinforce best quality care. The Quality Maternal and Newborn Care Framework describes the components and characteristics of quality care. As a first step in...

Improving Quality of Palliative Care Through Implementation of National Guidelines for Palliative Care.

Palliative care guidelines and quality measures have been developed in many countries to improve the quality of care. The challenge is to implement quality measures nationally to improve quality of care across all settings.

Characteristics of Care and Outcome Quality within the Specialized Ambulatory Palliative Care (SAPV): Analysis of Patient Characteristics and Indicators of Care of a Palliative Care Team.

The ambulatory specialized palliative care (SAPV) was implemented to enable patients with the need for end-of-life intensive care to die with accompanied professionality and in familiar surroundings. Studies on changes of patient characteristics as well as the contents of care within time are scarce. The aim of this study was the evaluation of care parameters and variations in time as well as a qualitative assessment of the dying process and the stress on the dependents.

Knowledge and expertise in care practices: the role of the peer worker in mental health teams.

Our research examines how different forms of knowledge and expertise are increasingly important in caring for people experiencing mental illness. We build on theoretical developments regarding multiple ontologies of knowing about illness. We examine how experiential knowledge of mental health problems, learned by being subject to illness rather than through objective study, is enacted in mental healthcare teams. We focus on Peer Workers (PW), individuals who have lived experience of mental health problems, ...

Quality of life, recovery and decision-making: a mixed methods study of mental health recovery in social care.

Mental health care is a complex system that includes social care organisations providing support for people with continuing needs. The relationship over time between decisional conflict, social support, quality of life and recovery outcomes across two time periods for people experiencing mental health problems in receipt of social care was investigated.

Are Changes in Medical Group Practice Characteristics Over Time Associated With Medicare Spending and Quality of Care?

Physician practices have been growing in size, and becoming more commonly owned by hospitals, over time. We use survey data on physician practices surveyed at two points in time, linked to Medicare claims data, to investigate whether changes in practice size or ownership are associated with changes in the use of care management, health information technology (HIT), or quality improvement processes. We find that practice growth and becoming hospital-owned are associated with adoption of more quality improvem...

Continuous Quality Improvement Measured With Time-Driven Activity-Based Costing in an Outpatient Cancer Surgery Center.

As health care costs rise, continuous quality improvement and increased efficiency are crucial to reduce costs while providing high-quality care. Time-driven activity-based costing (TDABC) can help identify inefficiencies in processes of cancer care delivery. This study measured the process performance of Port-a-Cath placement in an outpatient cancer surgery center by using TDABC to evaluate patient care process.

Adherence to quality of care measurements among 58,182 patients with new onset diabetes and its association with mortality.

Disease registry for diabetes care encourages transparency and benchmarking of quality of care (QoC) measurements for all service providers and seems to improve diabetes care. This study evaluate changes over time in QoC measurement performance in a large diabetes registry among newly diagnosed diabetics and it association with mortality.

Nurses' and Care Workers' Perception of Care Quality in Japanese Long-Term Care Wards: A Qualitative Descriptive Study.

Despite the growing importance of long-term care for older adults, there has been limited attention to its quality assurance issues in Japan. To start planning the initiation of continuous quality improvement in long-term care hospitals, we explored how nurses and care workers themselves perceived current approaches to quality assurance and improvement on their ward. We interviewed 16 licensed nurses and nine care workers, transcribed and analyzed data using qualitative content analysis techniques, and deri...

Benchmarking life quality support interventions in long-term care using the Long-Term Care Quality of Life scale.

We aimed to develop a graphical procedure for benchmarking quality of life care results using the Long-Term Care Quality of Life (LTC-QoL) scale. While clinical care quality benchmarking is now well established, similar research for quality of life (QOL) aged care benchmarking has received scant attention. Data from 10 facilities utilizing the LTC-QoL scale were analysed to establish baseline statistics for developing a graphical procedure for QOL benchmarking. Client LTC-QoL records were tested with varima...

Relationship Between Work Environments, Nurse Outcomes, and Quality of Care in ICUs: Mediating Role of Nursing Care Left Undone.

The mechanism of how work environments affect nurse outcomes and quality of care has not been studied in intensive care unit (ICU) settings.

Utilization and quality: How the quality of care influences demand for obstetric care in Nigeria.

This paper examines the association between health facility quality, subjective perceptions, and utilization of obstetric care. We draw on unique survey data from Nigeria describing the quality of care at rural primary health care facilities and the utilization of obstetric care by households in the service areas of these facilities. Constructing a quality index using the detailed survey data, we show that facility quality is positively related to perceptions of quality and utilization. Disaggregating quali...

Quality of Care Delivered to Veterans with COPD Exacerbation and the Association with 30-Day Readmission and Death.

Quality of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) care is thought to be an important intermediate process to improve the well-being of patients admitted to hospital for exacerbation. We sought to examine the quality of inpatient COPD care and the associations with readmission and mortality. We performed a cohort study of 2,364 veterans aged over 40 and hospitalized for COPD between 2005 and 2011 at five Department of Veterans Affairs hospitals. We examined whether patients received six guideline recom...

The use of patient reported outcomes and quality in primary care.

This contribution discusses the role of Patient Reported Outcomes (PRO) in improving quality of care. The development of PRO in primary care using scoring methods on various domains such as trust, information, communication, clinical quality, access is important as a quality improvement tool, especially in the context of market disruption and disinvestment due to reforms of the welfare contracts.

Changes in health-related quality of life after discharge from an intensive care unit: a systematic review.

Quality of life after critical illness is becoming increasingly important as survival improves. Various measures have been used to study the quality of life of patients discharged from intensive care. We systematically reviewed validated measures of quality of life and their results. We searched PubMed, CENTRAL, CINAHL, Web of Science and Open Grey for studies of quality of life, measured after discharge from intensive care. We categorised studied populations as: general; restricted to level-3 care or criti...

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...

Days at Home in the Last 6 Months of Life: A Patient-Determined Quality Indicator for Cancer Care.

Quality end-of-life care (EoLC) is a key aspect of oncology. Days at home in the last 6 months of life represents a novel, patient-driven quality indicator of EoLC. We measured days at home in a large population of patients with cancer in Ontario, Canada. Trends over time and predictors of more or less time at home were also determined.

The Dutch Hip Fracture Audit: evaluation of the quality of multidisciplinary hip fracture care in the Netherlands.

The nationwide Dutch Hip Fracture Audit (DHFA) is initiated to improve the quality of hip fracture care by providing insight into the actual quality of hip fracture care in daily practice. The baseline results demonstrate variance in practice, providing potential starting points to improve the quality of care.

Oregon's Coordinated Care Organization Experiment: Are Members' Experiences of Care Actually Changing?

In 2012, Oregon embarked on an ambitious plan to redesign financing and care delivery for Medicaid. Oregon's Coordinated Care Organizations (CCOs) are the first statewide effort to use accountable care principles to pay for Medicaid benefits. We surveyed 8,864 Medicaid-eligible participants approximately 1 year before and 12 months after CCO implementation to assess the impact of CCOs on member-reported outcomes. We compared changes in outcomes over time between Medicaid CCO members, Medicaid fee-for-servic...

Care Arrangements of Older Adults: What They Prefer, What They Have, and Implications for Quality of Life.

Meeting individual preferences for long-term services and supports (LTSS) is a policy priority that has implications for quality of care. Evidence regarding preferences is sparse. In addition, little is known regarding whether preferences and care arrangements match for those receiving care, and implications for quality of life.

Inequalities in the access to and quality of healthcare in Mozambique: evidence from the household budget survey.

To assess the inequalities in the access to and quality of care and its related direct payments.

Compliance with Cancer Quality Measures Over Time and Their Association with Survival Outcomes: The Commission on Cancer's Experience with the Quality Measure Requiring at Least 12 Regional Lymph Nodes to be Removed and Analyzed with Colon Cancer Resections.

Many quality measures in cancer care are process measures. The rates of compliance for these measures over time have not been well described, and the relationships between measure compliance and survival are not well understood.

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