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Medical Nutrition Therapy for Medically Complex Infants in the Pediatric Outpatient Setting

The purpose of this study is to compare standardized nutrition therapy provided by a registered dietitian (RD) at regularly scheduled intervals to usual care in terms of the ability to improve growth parameters in medically complex infants in the pediatric outpatient setting.

Care Coordination for Complex Cancer Survivors in an Integrated Safety Net System

Nearly 70% of people living with cancer are "complex patients" with multiple chronic conditions who must deal not only with effects of their cancer but also continuing diseases such as diabetes, depression, hypertension, or heart disease. Care coordination strategies shown to be effective in improving outcomes for common medical conditions seen in primary care include: systematic transitions for patients to and from specialty care; intensive case management; and a team-based ap...

Video-Enhanced Care Management for Medically Complex Veterans

The purpose of this study is to examine the feasibility and acceptability of a 12-week care management program for medically complex Veterans with cognitive impairment, delivered via telephone or videoconferencing.

Adaptive Coordination in Anaesthesia Teams and Its Relationship to Clinical Performance.

The impact of different coordination patterns on team performance during anesthesia inductions are analyzed using videotapes. These records are examined using various categorization systems (ETHZ), focussing on changes of coordinative behaviour with shifting situational requirements. A rating system comprising multiple categories is used to evaluate team performance. An integrated simulator study facilitates validation of the rating system.


Practices and Organizations Related to Emerging Occupations of Care (EPOCK) Coordination in Oncology

Several stakeholders are implied in cancer care pathways and there is a need for coordinating their actions. New occupations of care coordination have thus emerged. However, the conditions of their efficiency have been too few reported and included discrepancies between reports. In this context, the main objective is to propose a modeling of care coordination and associated emerging occupations (nurse-based) by comparing theoretical expected outcomes to professionals, patients ...

Perspectives on End-of-Life Care for Medically-Fragile Children and Young Adults

Hattie Larlham is a specialized long-term care facility for pediatric and young adult residents who are medically fragile and intellectually disabled, whose daily care is provided by direct care staff, Habilitation Assistants (HA), in conjunction with nurses and other direct care providers. The purpose of this study is to assess the perspectives of HA and parents/legal guardians on end-of-life care in a long-term care facility for pediatric and young adult residents who are me...

Care Coordination in Oncology, Quality Among Patients With Lung Cancer and Their Caregivers

The Oncology Care Coordination study is designed to evaluate use of a care coordination tool for lung cancer patients and their caregiver on quality of care and performance outcomes. Eligible patients need to be receiving treatment at Geisinger. Participation in the study involves completion of surveys, permission to review information from the patient's electronic health record, and for some enrollment in the care coordination tool called Harmonized Care. Geisinger oncology ca...

Enhanced Support for Behavioral Barriers to Learning: An Evaluation of the SCHOOL STARS Program

This small pilot study will enroll children ages 5-12 years of age with disruptive behavior problems at school. These children and their families will be offered an enhanced model of primary care, which includes pre-visit record review, standardized content of primary care visits, post-visit care coordination by the primary care team, and coordination of services between the primary care team and the school. We hypothesize that children receiving this enhanced model of care wil...

A Quality Rating Scale for Patients in Complex Situations and Their Caregivers

Identify and analyze in the exercise groups coordinated (GECO) the effects of coordination arrangements between professionals on the transformation of modes of exercise of professional care, and on the experience of patients / users and that of caregivers, particularly on dimensions constituted that the quality of care in order to build a coordinated exercise structures rating scale primary care on the basis of criteria suggested by patients

Telephone Care Coordination for Smokers in VA Mental Health Clinics

The purpose of this study is to evaluate whether a smoking cessation telephone care coordination program is effective and feasible in VA Mental Health Clinics.

Mental Health Care Coordination for Transition Aged Youth

This study seeks to quantify the impact of recommended mental health care coordination practices on patient experiences of care, (i.e. satisfaction, stigma, quality of mental health care), evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of the intervention (i.e. care coordination, timing, unmet needs), and assess mental health outcomes (i.e. symptoms and functioning, involvement with law enforcement/juvenile justice system; rates of substance use /abuse, service utilization) in a pop...

Assessing the Impact of a Call Center Providing Standardized Pediatric Advice (PLATEL-EVAL)

In order to show that tailored pediatric counselling by telephone can reduce the number of unscheduled and medically unjustified physicians visits in emergency structures, a randomized controlled study is conducted. It compares the proportion of cases which used the emergency services or unscheduled consultation according to whether they received (or not) nurses' telephone advices from the platform. Indeed, our hypothesis is that the presence of nurses responding at the Recepti...

Coordination Toolkit and Coaching Project

The Coordination Toolkit and Coaching (CTAC) project aims to disseminate strategies for coordination of care for high-risk Veterans via an online toolkit, while evaluating the benefits of adding a distance-coaching strategy to assist sites with deploying the toolkit's tools. The project's focus is on care coordination across outpatient settings. This multi-site project provides: 1) An online toolkit to support better care coordination for vulnerable patients visiting primary c...

Validation of an Oncology-specific Instrument to Measure Care Coordination

The overarching goal of the project is to use a mixed-methods research design to assess the validity of a new instrument developed to assess cancer patients' perceptions of care coordination across varied care settings.

GoalKeeper: Intelligent Information Sharing for Children With Medical Complexity

This proposal addresses the major challenge of improving health outcomes for children with cancer and other complex conditions, for whom the effectiveness of outpatient care depends on care coordination across a diverse group of caregivers that includes parents, community support organizations and pediatric care providers. The investigators have developed GoalKeeper, a prototype system for supporting care coordination across multiple care providers. The primary aim of the clini...

Valproic Acid-associated Hypoalbuminemia in Medically Fragile Patients

The purpose of this study is to investigate potential mechanisms of valproic acid-associated low serum albumin in medically fragile pediatric and young adult epileptic patients of a long-term care facility.

Proactive Care Coordination for Cancer Survivors Who Smoke

This is a population-based randomized controlled trial of 600 patients with a diagnosis of cancer in the past 2 years and registry indicating smoking at the time of diagnosis, that will inform critical questions regarding the relative efficacy of care coordination options, the reliability of Electronic Health Record (EHR) tobacco use data, and how patients will react to proactive tobacco related communications. Investigators will compare the reach and efficacy of two proactive ...

Paediatric Resident Complex Care Curriculum RCT

Medical and technological advances have resulted in a growing cohort of children with medical complexity (CMC), many of whom would not have survived previously and are living and thriving within the community. These families have unique needs that have previously not been taught in the typical training programs for paediatricians. The goal of this project is to develop an evaluation of a national complex care curriculum and to identify whether dedicated educational modules have...

Evaluation of Online Training Tools in Pediatric Resuscitation

The primary objective is to conduct a randomized controlled trial (RCT) to assess the impact of an online skills training module on 1) individual providers' self-rated confidence and comfort with and current practice of family centered care (FCC) skills; and 2) assess team performance of FCC and resuscitative care skills during simulated pediatric resuscitation scenarios.

Evaluation of a Hospital Discharge Clinic to Improve Care Coordination and Reduce Rehospitalization in Low Income Adults

This randomized controlled trial examines the effects of a transitional care clinic for high-risk patients at an academic medical center who had no trusted medical home. The trial will provide the first reliable evaluation of the Northwestern Transitional Care Clinic / Follow Up Clinic's (NFC) impact on re-admissions, care coordination, and costs. This research will allow us to assess the value of the NFC and similar models of care for providing a more coordinated care approach...

Development of Scalable New Model(s) Focused on Care Co-ordination and Care Provision for Medically Complex, Co-morbid Chronic Disease Patient Segments Focusing on Heart Failure

The goal is to define a set of clinical pathways for heart failure patients, reflecting the period from prior to admission to the post-discharge period following hospitalisation, under the current system that exists at the two clinical sites [as mentioned previously, the main site is at St Vincent's University Hospital in Dublin, but to ensure generalizability the project team will also carry out similar work Portsmouth Hospital, United Kingdom]. These pathways have been drawn ...

Multi-level Integration for Patients With Complex Needs Facilitated by ICTs. A Shared Approach, Mutual Learning and Evaluation Are Expected to Create Synergies Among the Partners and to Bring Forward Integration of Care in Europe

CareWell will enable the delivery of integrated healthcare to frail elderly patients in a pilot setting through comprehensive multidisciplinary integrated care programmes where the role of ICTs can foster the coordination and patient centered delivery care. Carewell will focus in particular complex, multi-morbid elderly patients, who the patients most in need of health and social care resources (35% the total cost of Health Care System) and more complex interventions due to the...

Improving Family Meetings in the Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Unit

This study aims to improve communication between medical teams, patients, and families in the pediatric cardiac intensive care unit. The researchers hypothesize that both improving interprofessional teamwork when preparing for family meeting and preparing families for these meetings will improve team and family satisfaction with communication. The study will involve bringing together a group of medical professionals and parents of patients to collaboratively design an intervent...

Interest of the Use of the Web Platform LICORNE (LIaison and COoRdination With a NumériquE Health Reseau) Concerning Coordination of Care for Dependant Elderly Patients

This project is associating partners from the public area (university hospital of Nice, Nice university) and the private area (Agfa Health Care, Radhuis, Domicalis) to create a unique medico-psycho-social shared record. The purpose of this project is to significantly improve coordination of care, especially between hospital and home. We can expect a significant improvement in the patient's living conditions, improving its management, its security and ultimately, lower health c...

Increasing Caregiver and Patient Engagement Through PHR Use

Informal caregivers play an integral role in managing complex, chronic disease patients providing services equivalent to an estimated economic value of $470 billion. The inclusion of informal caregivers in the healthcare team can improve care coordination and make health care safer by reducing potential medical errors caused by miscommunication. the investigators reason that a properly designed PHR with a simplified user interface and easy access to relevant content can improve...

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