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Synthesis of program interventions to reduce hospital use
|Statement||author: Jennifer Schore|
|Contributions||Kennell, David L., Feuerberg, Marvin, United States. Department of Health and Human Services, United States. Health Care Financing Administration, Mathematica Policy Research, Inc, Lewin/ICF (Firm)|
|LC Classifications||RC954.4 .S34 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 171 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||171|
Building on the unfinished agenda, Marleen Temmerman and colleagues elaborate actions needed to improve the health and wellbeing of women and girls around the world Over the past decades, governments have taken steps towards improving women’s health in line with commitments made in key international summits. Progress has been made in Cited by: of behaviour change interventions – related to many domains e.g. health, environment, culture change, social marketing • None met all these three criteria • So . Developed a synthesis of the 19 frameworks Michie et al () The Behaviour Change Wheel: a new method for characterising and designing behaviour change interventions. Mild or pre-frailty is common and associated with increased risks of hospitalisation, functional decline, moves to long-term care, and death. Little is known about the effectiveness of health promotion in reducing these risks. This systematic review aimed to synthesise randomised controlled trials (RCTs) evaluating home and community-based health promotion interventions Cited by: a. determine the most cost-effective nursing interventions in patient care. b. examine the end results of patient care from various health interventions. c. help providers make end-of-life decisions about patient care. d. improve patient satisfaction with nursing care.
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2 Abstract Purpose: This article summarize research and draws overall conclusions from the body of literature on fall prevention interventions to provide nurse administrators with a basis for developing evidence-based fall prevention programs in the hospital by: Excerpt. Health care systems are increasingly focused on efforts to reduce hospital readmissions; a wide variety of evidence exists on interventions to reduce readmissions, and national and local quality improvement efforts focused on Cited by: 6.
The World Health Organization hosted a Scoping Meeting for the Retrieval, Synthesis and Assessment of Evidence on Complex Health Interventions on August A second meeting to review draft background papers was held in January A Congressional Budget Office report, authored by Lyle Nelson, reviewed evaluations of 34 disease management and care coordination programs for Medicare fee-for-service beneficiaries and found that only one-third reduced hospital use by 6 percent or more.
7 Although the programs were developed under six different demonstrations (), they shared a common Synthesis of program interventions to reduce hospital use book the use. Interviews with hospital managers revealed a common theme- the lack of a coherent system-wide strategy led to flawed interventions and implementation, and failed to reduce ED crowding.
15 As a next step as part of a positive deviance approach, we plan to use the data to develop a survey that queries these domains in a larger sample of hospitals Cited by: The term health literacy was introduced in in a paper calling for minimum health education standards for all grade-school levels in the United States (US) .The World Health Organization (WHO) later defined health literacy as “the cognitive and social skills which determine the motivation and ability of individuals to gain access to, understand, and use information in ways Author: Monique Ann-Marie Lynch, Geovanni Vinceroy Franklin.
training, their outcomes improve. There is also evidence that healthcare providers currently focus on medication compliance and deliver little to no instruction on post-discharge coping interventions. As a result, more than 40% of stroke survivors and informal caregivers report a lack of awareness and access to community-based coping training once discharged from the.
All over the world, Indigenous populations have remarkably high rates of commercial tobacco use compared to non-Indigenous groups.
The high rates of commercial tobacco use in Indigenous populations have led to a variety of health issues and lower life expectancy than the general population.
The objectives of this systematic review were to. The second edition of The Cochrane Handbook for Systematic Reviews of Interventions contains essential guidance for preparing and maintaining Cochrane Reviews.
For example, Braganza et al. conducted a “oneED” program in one Australian ED by combining a one-day face-to-face mindfulness workshop and 12 months of ongoing mindfulness activities such as a “4-min Synthesis of program interventions to reduce hospital use book within the clinical area.
36 Therefore, a systematic review to determine the effectiveness of interventions to reduce occupational. Data Synthesis: Six to 12 months after good-quality, brief, multicontact behavioral counseling interventions (those with up to 15 minutes of initial contact and at least 1 follow-up), participants reduced the average number of drinks per week by 13% to 34% more than controls did, and the proportion of participants drinking at moderate or safe Cited by: 1.
Restores or rebalances the vital force to promote healing and optimal use of the living system. Views the foundations of disease as an energetic imbalance such as a blockage or other irregularity in the energy flow of the body.
Applies extremely low level signals to the body via energy healer interventions or electromagnetic device. Studies included in this review report effectiveness data about interventions delivered to older adults to prevent suicidal behavior (suicide, attempted suicide, and self-harm without suicidal intent) or reduce suicidal ideation.
A narrative synthesis approach was used to analyze data and present by: in a case study series of top performers on the Hospital Quality Alliance process-of-care, or core, measures.
For example, the hospitals incorporate evidence-based practices into daily protocols, standardize procedures, and use electronic informa-tion systems as tools to gather information, provide feedback, and support clinical decisions. Increasing pressure on limited healthcare resources has necessitated the development of measures promoting early discharge and avoiding inappropriate hospital (re)admission.
This systematic review examines the evidence for interventions in acute hospitals including (i) hospital-patient discharge to home, community services or other settings, (ii) hospital discharge to Cited by: 2.
Rationale: Approximately 20% of patients hospitalized for COPD exacerbations in the United States will be readmitted within 30 days. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has recently proposed to revise the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program to financially penalize hospitals with high all-cause day rehospitalization rates after a Cited by: One difficulty in categorizing interventions that aim to reduce readmission rates for adults with HF lies in the variability of taxonomy used to describe the components of these interventions.
31 The AHA provides a taxonomy of disease management that specifies eight domains: patient population, intervention recipient, intervention content. Get this from a library.
Risk prediction models for hospital readmission: a systematic review. [Devan Kansagara; United States. Department of Veterans Affairs. Health Services Research and Development Service.; Portland VA Medical Center.
Evidence-based Synthesis Program Center.;] -- An increasing body of literature attempts to describe and validate hospital readmission risk. The purpose of the study was to evaluate the effectiveness of a sitter reduction program by examining the differences between sitter use and falls in an acute care hospital.
Clinical practice guidelines are one of the foundations of efforts to improve healthcare. Inwe authored a paper about methods to develop guidelines. Since it was published, the methods of guideline development have progressed both in terms of methods and necessary procedures and the context for guideline development has changed with the Cited by: A framework for evaluating interventions to improve oral chemotherapy delivery with standardized outcome definitions is needed to ensure constructive research and establish best practices.
Available data suggest that a program should include initial education and monitoring with telephone contact to patients within the first weeks of by: 7.
Supplemental Materials Evidence-based Synthesis Program Publication Reason for exclusion Disease management program lowers hospital readmission days: study followed chronically, critically ill patients after discharge.
Case Management Advisor. Vol Wrong intervention model. The purpose of this review was to examine the effects of educational interventions to reduce stigmatization and improve awareness of mental health problems among young people. An electronic search using MEDLINE, PsycINFO and Academic Search Complete was carried out for studies that evaluated the effectiveness of educational interventions Cited by: The intervention could also seek to change other outcomes (e.g., bullying perpetration, sexual harassment, etc.); however, a clear goal, as provided by the authors, must have stated that the program sought to explicitly reduce teen dating violence behaviors, change attitudes supportive of teen dating violence, increase bystander intervention to Cited by: Introduction There is an evidence showing that when nurses have to allocate their time because of a lack of resources, older patients and especially those with dementia have a secondary care priority.
The purpose of this study is to advance the level of knowledge, promote positive attitudes of nurses and reduce care deficits towards people with dementia through the Cited by: 1.
Systems presented in, use touchscreens and natural user interfaces, which are a specialised way of interacting with technology-based interventions to reduce fall risks.
Although this type of interaction does not involve nor measure any physiological parameters, it enables touch input in order to operate some by: Program evaluation is essential to public health.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention sets standards for evaluation, develops evaluation tools and resources, and provides support for evaluation capacity-building.
Interventions. A WASH intervention was eligible for review if it targeted prevention, or control of, one or more included diseases and was carried out within 12 months of the start of the outbreak.
Interventions must have been field-based. Laboratory research and health-focused interventions (i.e. clinic or hospital interventions) were by: 4. the program, as well as non-significant decreases in total medical costs.5 Reduced ED use and hospital charges were also observed in various models of.
Pay-for-performance (P4P) programs provide financial rewards or penalties to individual health care providers, groups of providers, or institutions according to their performance on measures of quality.
In theory, if properly targeted and designed, P4P programs would help drive the behavior of providers and health care systems to improve the Cited by: Trials also suggest the potential that some caregiver interventions reduce the resource use of care recipients by delaying nursing home placement, reducing re-hospitalizations, and shortening hospital stays.
Despite demonstrated effectiveness, however, promising interventions have not been disseminated and adopted in everyday settings. A few family-focused preventive interventions have been developed that may also demonstrate promising effects on bullying.
For example, the Incredible Years Program aims to reduce aggressive and problem behaviors in children, largely through supports to parents, as well as students and teachers.
particular interventions work and the factors that affect their success in different settings Importance to CAHs and the Flex Program Improving the quality of care provided by CAHs is an important goal of the Medicare Rural Hospital Flexibility (Flex) Program.
Throughout the Flex Program, CAHs have implemented a rangeFile Size: KB. CONTEXT: Parents whose infants are being treated in the NICU are at high risk for depression and anxiety, with negative implications for parenting and infant development.
OBJECTIVE: We conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis of NICU-based interventions to reduce maternal depressive or anxiety symptoms.
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CONTEXT: Parent-child book reading (PCBR) is effective at improving young children’s language, literacy, brain, and cognitive development. The psychosocial effects of PCBR interventions are unclear. OBJECTIVE: To systematically review and synthesize the effects of PCBR interventions on psychosocial functioning of children and parents.
DATA SOURCES: Cited by: 4. In one of the earliest studies, Mitchell, Janzen, Pask, and Southwell () studied the use of research in practice in Canadian hospitals and found that only 15% had a research utilization/EBP program for their nurses and only 38% based changes in practice on research, but that 97% wanted assistance in teaching their nurses about the research.
However, other reviews that have evaluated the use of action plans within the context of resource-intensive interventions have found that these can also improve HRQoL and reduce hospital use, 9,10 Author: Bronwyn Raymond, Tim Luckett, Miriam Johnson, Ann Hutchinson, Melanie Lovell, Jane Phillips.
Evidence suggests hospital readmissions for HF can be reduced, but the gap between the evidence on HF self-care and its application to practice remains wide [10, 11].
The purpose of the article is to provide a synthesis of evidence-based literature on. The elderly long-term care population is at increase risk for falls and fall related injuries. The implementation of a fall prevention program is important for ensuring resident safety.
Systematically assessing residents’ risk for falls and implementing appropriate fall prevention interventions can reduce the number of falls in the elderly long-term care residents.A high variety of team interventions aims to improve team performance outcomes.
Inwe conducted a systematic review to provide an overview of the scientific studies focused on these interventions. However, over the past decade, the literature on team interventions has rapidly evolved. An updated overview is therefore required, and it will focus on all possible team.
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