2 edition of Assessing and improving community health care delivery. found in the catalog.
by Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations in Oakbrook Terrace, Ill
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Community health care delivery.|
|Contributions||Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.|
|LC Classifications||RA399.A1 A87 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 160 p. :|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||94075140|
Improving access to health care services depends in part on ensuring that people have a usual and ongoing source of care (that is, a provider or facility where one regularly receives care). People with a usual source of care have better health outcomes, fewer disparities, and lower costs. 7, 8, 9, Local health departments, too, are being asked to re-examine and reprioritize their approaches to improving the public's health 4 through proof of capacity, 5 continuous improvement of the activities they perform 6 and oversight for the outcomes achieved or desired by the public health and health care sector. 7 The National Association of.
Community health improvement (CHI) is a process to identify and address the health needs of communities. Because working together has a greater impact on health and economic vitality than working alone, CHI brings together health care, public health, and other stakeholders to consider high-priority actions to improve community health. In recent years, there has been an increased national focus on assessing and improving the quality of health care. This statement provides recommendations and criteria for assessment of the quality of primary care delivered to adolescents in the United States. Consistent implementation of American Academy of Pediatrics recommendations (periodicity of visits and confidentiality issues), renewed.
This person-care centered approach of care-giving takes into consideration a holistic assessment of both the patient's life before and after the on-set of their present condition, thus enabling care-givers to foster empathy and get an inkling into the emotional response of the care Reviews: 4. QIOs work with consumers, clinicians, hospitals and other providers to improve care delivery systems, particularly among underserved populations (). Finally, the Health Disparities Collaboratives™ offer a number of training manuals and tools available for free download ().
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Get this from a library. Assessing and improving community health care delivery. [Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.;]. In the United States, the sophistication of the health care delivery system and the emphasis on individual health have led to the focus of policy and resources on the high-technology and research ends of the health care delivery spectrum and an underestimation or overlooking of the role of the community in achieving health gains.
This is changing. A chronic care model of health care delivery includes linkages between the health system and the community, as well as support for self-care and self-management.
A health care delivery system organized for chronic care must provide decision-support tools for providers and for patients and : Proctor P Reid, W Dale Compton, Jerome H Grossman, Gary Fanjiang. Integrated throughout the book are themes relevant to contemporary community healthcare nursing, including Self Managed Care/Managed Care Pathways, Long Term Conditions, Palliative care and End of Life Care, Urgent and Unscheduled Care, Offender Care, and Continuing/Intermediate Care.
The result is a book which focuses on new opportunities for contemporary practice, service delivery/improvement. Community Health Care Nursing has become established as an essential source of reference for all those working in the primary care and community health care domain.
The Fourth Edition of this Reviews: 1. The Affordable Care Act requires all nonprofit hospitals to complete a community health needs assessment (CHNA) process every three years. While CHNAs are a recent requirement, community health assessments (CHAs) have long been used as a tool by hospitals, public health departments and other social service agencies to identify key community.
Coordinating health care delivery, public health, and community-based activities to promote healthy behavior. Forming partnerships and relationships among clinical, community, and public health organizations to fill gaps in needed services.
Promoting patient, family, and community involvement in strategic planning and improvement activities. To improve care delivery and achieve the Triple Aim of better care, better health and lower costs, hospitals and healthcare providers should implement several key principles, according to a. 2 Health care industry face the challenge in reducing cost, and improving operational quality, including service quality and patient satisfaction.
3 Furthermore, health care industry deals with. The community services, the primary care, and the department of internal medicine units in the area of Höglandet, Sweden, discovered a need, in cooperation with each other, to develop a more effective health care system, with better quality and flow for the elderly patients who need care.
A community health assessment (sometimes called a CHA), also known as community health needs assessment (sometimes called a CHNA), refers to a state, tribal, local, or territorial health assessment that identifies key health needs and issues through systematic, comprehensive data.
The Community Guide. The Guide to Community Preventive Services offers science-based recommendations and findings on strategies and policies that improve health and prevent disease in communities.
Find policies, programs or services, funding, research, and education on a wide range of health topics, including obesity, physical activity, and tobacco. Aligning the Interests of Public Health and the Health Care Delivery System to Improve Population Health.
By Michael A. Stoto, Colleen Ryan Smith. April 9, | Discussion Paper. Recognizing the challenges of improving health outcomes depends on a complex set of factors, many beyond the control of the health care system, a recent report from the Institute of Medicine (IOM) stresses the importance of population health measurement.
Recovery planning and post-event recovery activities for the health care sector—which includes prehospital resources, hospital-based care, and out-of-hospital care delivery systems—are ideally focused on a continuum of community needs, ranging from short-term early recovery needs to decisions about long-term healthy community goals.
If developed properly, these latter goals can help. Improving Care Delivery at the Community Level: An Examination of the AF4Q Legacy under the AF4Q program could drive improvements in care delivery and health assessing. The committee proposes a community health improvement process (CHIP) 1 as a basis for accountable community collaboration in monitoring overall health matters and in addressing specific health issues.
This process can support the development of shared community goals for health improvement and the implementation of a planned and integrated approach for achieving those goals.
The notion of consumer-centered care is not a new one, but it has accelerated rapidly in recent years and there is now tangible evidence, at least in the acute and primary care encounters, of consumer-centered care in many facets of health care delivery and financing, medical law, and quality assessment (Laine and Davidoff, ).
Interest in assessing and improving health care quality is another example of the application of evidence-based methods to decision making—whether for purposes of internal improvement, public.
Improving community health requires addressing the social determinants of health and improving the delivery systems designed to address health care needs. The care integration assessment engages participants in brainstorming activities to identify where integration exists in the community delivery systems, where gaps may be, and what.
improving community health. It is hoped that hospital and health department leaders seize this opportunity and collaborate in bringing about transformational change, rather than simply complying with IRS regulations.9 Health care expenditures in the United States currently consume over 17 percent of the nation’s gross domestic.
Public health agencies, as part of the public health assessment function called for in The Future of Public Health, should promote, facilitate, and—where necessary and appropriate—perform community health assessments and monitor changes in key performance measures.
Much of the necessary data and expertise exist at the state health department.Drawing on lessons from a variety of current activities, the committee brings to community health improvement an approach that focuses on integrating the roles of clinical personal health services, public health, and a broad array of other elements in the community, and on developing monitoring systems that can function in this integrated context.
Introduction. Nigeria, with a population of million, is one of the most populous nations but weak in health-care standards. 1 Despite extensive investments, the country still has insufficient health-care delivery infrastructures, poor quality health-care services, and unevenly distributed human resource capacity.
2 These are reflected in its health-care quality ranking of of