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Achieving Person Centred Health Systems

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An evidence-based analysis of the opportunities and challenges of moving towards more person-centred health systems.

The Changing Role of the Hospital in European Health Systems

Author : Martin McKee
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A team of world-leading policy experts and clinicians analyse the changing role of the hospital across Europe.

Healthepeople Achieving Healthy People Communities Countries and World

Author : Gary Christopherson
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HealthePeople(R) - Achieving Healthy People, Communities, Countries and World Rationale. Throughout the world, including America, we face major challenges and disappointments in achieving healthy people, communities, countries and world. Health status, causes of good and poor health, and health systems for improving health vary widely within communities and countries and across the world. Without a large change in health vision, strategy and execution, our future will be as disappointing as our past. Vision and Strategy. Thrive! (R) is the overall vision, mission and strategy for achieving and sustaining a thriving future for all. Within that future, HealthePeople (R) is the vision, mission and strategy for achieving and sustaining a healthy future for all. HealthePeople is a strategy whose near-term vision is to achieve substantially healthier people and substantially healthier communities, countries and world. The long-term vision is to achieve healthy, thriving people globally and healthy, thriving communities, countries and world. This HealthePeople strategy was created with the belief that we can reach this vision via a strategy of high performance, health systems for all people that are self-perpetuating, affordable, accessible, "e" enabled, person-centered, prevention-oriented, and producing high health quality, outcomes and status. Such systems, partly physical and partly virtual, matched to community, country and global needs and conditions, and put into place by collaborative private and public partnerships, will greatly improve accessibility, quality, affordability and health status for all people. Such systems can help achieve a healthy, thriving people, community, country and world. Guidance. This strategy is guided by and aligned with the U.S. Institute of Medicine (IOM) recommendations. What people want from a high performing health and long-term care system is "staying healthy," "getting better," "living with illness or disability" or "coping with the end of life." IOM has six aims for a high performing health system - safe, effective, person/patient-centered, timely, efficient, and equitable. Supportive Strategies. Using HealthePeople strategies and models, we can positively transform health systems and achieve healthier people and a healthier world by successfully applying 15 key strategies and two core elements: -Achieve affordable, accessible, and high quality/performance health systems. -Focus on people, in partnership with their health partners, as the center of the health universe. Building and Achieving a Healthy Future and Healthy People. This book - HealthePeople(R) - focuses on why and how to build, achieve and sustain a successful health system, healthy people and a and a healthy future. To achieve this, the book describes, speaks to the importance of, and walks through how to use ideal health systems, healthy behavior and person-centered health. With these and using HealthePeople as a vision, mission and strategy, the book describes how to build, achieve and sustain healthy communities, countries and world. Building and Achieving a Healthy and Thriving Future. We should proceed under the belief that we can reach this vision of a healthy and thriving future. Utilizing HealthePeople and Thrive! as strategies, we can build a substantially healthier world and move toward healthy people and a truly healthy and thriving future. People, whoever they are, wherever they live and whatever their status, deserve and should expect nothing less.

Patient Centred Health Care

Author : M. Keating
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There are four core themes developed in this book which deal with critical issues, models, theories and frameworks. These expound understandings of patient centred care and the processes, practices and behaviours supporting its attainment: conceptions and cultures of patient-centred care, coordination, communication, innovation.

Put Yourself in My Place

Author : Caroline Cantley
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Put yourself in my place is based on the latest thinking about person-centred dementia care. It draws upon case studies of recently built specialist dementia care homes to produce practical suggestions about designing, setting up and managing specialist care home facilities for people with dementia.The indispensable guide addresses a wide range of design and management issues including: vbTab]the design process;design consensus and debates;features of good dementia care home design;first steps for service planners and managers; key elements of good management practice; key elements of good care practice;staffing for good dementia care.

Health System Redesign

Author : Joachim P. Sturmberg
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This forward-looking volume challenges professionals and interested lay readers to reconsider our ways of looking at health and wellness, illness and disease, and the goals of health/healthcare systems. Reframing health systems as complex adaptive systems, the book identifies health care as a central aspect of social care and security for all people, particularly the most vulnerable. From there, the author outlines necessary organizational, design, medical, and community steps toward building health systems that view and practice health care as a human right and can produce optimum care in the long term. And extensive illustrations display effective collaborative problem solving within these systems, in both intriguing theoretical models and the real world. Highlights of the coverage: · Systems and complexity thinking in health and health care · Redesign based on “first principles” · Redesign from an organizational perspective · Working together effectively and efficiently to achieve a common purpose · Analyzing “the workings” of health systems as complex adaptive systems · Person-centered, equitable, and sustainable health systems: achieving the goal Health System Redesign brings a voice and a vision to the most pressing problems in healthcare service delivery, and offers new goals and purpose to health policymakers, health financiers, organizational leaders, clinicians, and concerned members of the local community

Cumulative Index to Nursing Literature

Author : Cinahl Information Systems Staff
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ICT for Health and I2010

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Recoge: 1.ICT for health and its future - 2.The need for a new landscape in European healthcare - 3.eHealth acativities and orientation - 4.Achieving a new European healthcare landscape.

Person centered Planning

Author : Steve Holburn
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Researchers and practitioners in social services set out the theory and methodology of person-centered planning, which has evolved from an obscure way of helping disenfranchised people into a popular philosophy and approach in the field of developmental disabilities. It is often discounted, they say, because it is very different from conventional professional practice and challenges traditional research methods. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

International Perspectives on Primary Care Research

Author : Felicity Goodyear-Smith
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International Perspectives on Primary Care Research examines how the evidence base from primary care research can strengthen health care services and delivery, tackle the growing burden of disease, improve quality and safety, and increase a person-centred focus to health care. Demonstrating the inter-professional nature of the discipline, the book also features a section on cross-nation organisations and primary care networks supporting research. National perspectives are offered from researchers in 20 countries that form part of the World Organization of Family Doctors, providing case histories from research-rich to resource-poor nations that illustrate the range of research development and capacity building. This book argues the importance of primary care research, especially to policy makers, decision makers and funders in informing best practice, training primary health care providers and achieving equitable distribution of care.

AHIP Coverage

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A Shattered Sytem

Author : California. Legislature. Senate. Select Committee on Aging and Long Term Care
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Nursing Times Nursing Mirror

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Securing Good Care for Older People

Author : Derek Wanless
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The King's Fund commissioned a review of social care for older people (aged 65+). The review, chaired by Sir Derek Wanless, sought to determine how much should be spent on social care over the next 20 years and what funding arrangements will be needed to produce high-quality outcomes.

Department of Human Services Plan

Author : Illinois. Department of Human Services
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Implementation of the ward based outreach teams programme in the rural area

Author : Rodney Mulelu
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Academic Paper from the year 2016 in the subject Medicine - Public Health, grade: MBA, , course: MBA, language: English, abstract: This paper investigates the implementation of ward Based Outreach Teams programme in the rural areas of the Kgetleng sub district, in the North West Province of South Africa. The Department of Health has set a long-term goal of establishing National Health Insurance in the country. This would provide equitable and universal coverage for a defined package of healthcare. One of the key pillars of National Health Insurance is the re-engineering of Primary Health Care, which has at its heart in the development of Ward-Based Outreach Teams who will take the responsibility for specific groups of households. In this regard, the South African Department of Health has considered re-engineering of the Primary Health Care model in the country in making sure health resources; technology and quality services are available, accessible and affordable to all communities. The North West province Department of Health is currently piloting the Primary Health Care re-engineering programme, which include the Ward Based Outreach Teams programme in all four Districts. Bojanala, Ngaka Modiri Molema, Dr. Kenneth Kaunda and Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati. In Bojanala District, the pilot site is in ward five in Kgetleng sub district. In this paper, the quantitative research design was used where self – administered questionnaires were provided to the Community Health Workers (CHW) and the Outreach team leaders (OTL) for data collection. The findings of the paper indicated that Ward Based Outreach Teams contribute towards a better understanding of local health care needs, inform service priorities, refer patients to different stakeholders, and build stronger relationships between service providers and users in the communities. The key elements to practice this service are person-centred comprehensive care, collaboration between people, practitioners, and continuity of health care in the community.

Nursing Times

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Family Mental Health Theory and Practice

Author : Rae Sedgwick
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Index to Theses with Abstracts Accepted for Higher Degrees by the Universities of Great Britain and Ireland and the Council for National Academic Awards

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Achieving a Physician Workforce Mix of 50 Primary Care Physicians and 50 Specialists

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