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Medicare & Ethnomedicare: Health Care System of  Manipuri Community Medicare & Ethnomedicare: Health Care System of  Manipuri Community Новинка

Medicare & Ethnomedicare: Health Care System of Manipuri Community

3393 руб.
People are suffering from physical discomfort or emotional distress in every society and they try to relieve from these diseases to use a number of ways. This book addresses the issues of Medicare and Ethno-Medicare. More particularly, the book focused on health care system of Manipuri community living in and around Sylhet City. People’s health seeking behavior help them choice the options to relieve the illness.
Health Care System In A Rural Setup Of Himachal Pradesh Health Care System In A Rural Setup Of Himachal Pradesh Новинка

Health Care System In A Rural Setup Of Himachal Pradesh

5380 руб.
In all human societies, beliefs and practices relating to illness are a central feature of a community. Often these are linked to beliefs about the origin of a much wider range of misfortune, of which illness is just one form. In some societies the whole range of these misfortunes is blamed on supernatural forces, or on divine retribution or on the malevolence of a witch or sorcerer. One cannot really understand how people react to illness, death or misfortunes without an understanding of the type of society they have grown up. A health care system is a social institution that involves the interaction of a number of people, minimally the patient and the curer. The manifest function of a health care system is to mobilize resources of the patient, his family and his society to bring them to bear on his problem. A health care system obviously reflects the logical and philosophical characteristics of the diseases and ill health, causality system with which it is linked. How people in different societies and social groups explain the causes of ill health, the types of treatment they believe in, and to whom they turn to if they do get ill is core of medical anthropology.
Health Care Quality:Role of ICTs to Enable Health System Outcomes Health Care Quality:Role of ICTs to Enable Health System Outcomes Новинка

Health Care Quality:Role of ICTs to Enable Health System Outcomes

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The review study of “Role of ICTs in Translating Health System Objectives into Outcomes: Concept, Priorities, Challenges and Future Directions” is an important piece of work to improve ‘Health Care Quality'. The study highlights plaguing health problems & strategic promotion of cross cutting information communication technologies (ICT) in health care. Strategic positioning of ICTs is necessary, as informed decision is essential at local, district, state and national levels for health policy makers, managers, implementers. ICTs may play pivotal role in structuring, facilitating data collection, interpretation, decision and prioritization especially in resource limited settings such as developing countries.This study brings out the a)‘Conceptual framework’of ICTs- health sector nexus in appropriate decisions; b)Shows the ‘promise’ from different evidences (success stories); c) Identifies the key challenges and; d) proposes possible solutions. The study further pitches to bring clarity on how ICTs can play role to develop sustainable appropriate tool by which the problems can be managed, shaped and strengthened to improve overall health care quality from developing country context.
Epidemic Care Assessment according to Social & Economic Status Epidemic Care Assessment according to Social & Economic Status Новинка

Epidemic Care Assessment according to Social & Economic Status

3393 руб.
Epidemic Care Assessment and health care is defined by the association of the health system. Health care system not only represents the health structure but it also many other section which constitute the whole system. These are economic conditions, family system, and social support network, cultural forces, environmental conditions, political systems and other then, each affect the health care seeking patterns. Almost all the developing countries have health care system, the public and the private health sector co-exit, effecting with each other. In the world rich and poor, both have equal right to enjoy better health. In nineteenth century socio economic status and Epidemic Care Assessment relationship come back, when researchers observed differences in health outcomes among tribute, the wealthy choice and the working class in Europe Since then, measures of socio-economic status have come to appear regularly in studies of the causes of health and mortality. Given that a variety of socio-economic variables including income, education, occupation, race, and culture, among other showing similar associations with health
Managing Health Care in a Libyan Public Hospital Managing Health Care in a Libyan Public Hospital Новинка

Managing Health Care in a Libyan Public Hospital

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Libyan citizens who can afford private health care are opting out of the public health care system. They have a perception that the quality of public health care has deteriorated. The negative perceptions have resulted in a lack of trust by many of Libya's citizens in the Libyan public health care system. The purpose of this study was to identify the factors that have led to the negative perceptions and mistrust. Key research questions examined the role Libyan cultural values and privatization of health care might have played in creating the negative perceptions and mistrust of the health care and its delivery and whether the perceptions and mistrust varied between the patients and health care providers. Study results provided an understanding of the cultural considerations, the impact of privatization, and the respondents' perceptions of Libyan public health care. This study and its results provides insight to health care professionals and administrators seeking to overcome negative perceptions of its public health care system.
Human Resource Practices in Primary Health care system Human Resource Practices in Primary Health care system Новинка

Human Resource Practices in Primary Health care system

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This book is the outcome of the research undertaken by the author in various rural primary health centers in Andhra pradesh, India. The study focuses on the HR dimensions in primary health care system which are essential to build a dedicated and competent health workforce. It examines the effectiveness of various HR practices adopted by the Government in the PHCs and also the impact of HR practices on the work environment and motivation of health workforce in PHCs. The book also presents competency mapping for health workforce in PHCs and the impact of training in building competencies in them. It provides policy makers the insights into the different strategies and HR practices much needed for bringing out the best in health care services and build the competencies which would make them equally competent as the private sector health care services. This work will be a foundation for many more research studies which would focus on the multi-dimensional analysis of health care system in order to improve the efficacy of the system.
Quality of Health Information System Quality of Health Information System Новинка

Quality of Health Information System

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Quality of Health Information System: Incongruity and Health System Dysfunction Primary health care brought changes in health systems to advance equity, access to basic services, and quality of care. Part of this transformation was establishing information systems to generate reliable data for decision making, planning, and assessing performance. Many decades after health systems in Africa continue to experience dearth of reliable information. This book examines factors leading to information system dysfunction and by extension health system dysfunction. The book is useful to health scientists and researchers attempting to understand failures in health system. Emerging incongruity model is useful guide.
The Status of Health Care in the Local Area of Taung The Status of Health Care in the Local Area of Taung Новинка

The Status of Health Care in the Local Area of Taung

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The accession to power by the ANC government saw the wholesale transformation of sectors that had been largely distorted by the baleful effects of apartheid. The health sector in particular had been weakened structurally by the negative effects of apartheid, creating a monolithic structure incapable of delivering health care to the citizens of the country. The nascent regime was faced with the Herculean tasks of firstly eradicating the inequalities inherent in the health care system and secondly, reshaping a system into one that could accommodate the needs of every citizen in the country. Equally important in this regard was the creation of a new system underpinned by the values of equity, democracy, equality and unity - in a bid to give universal health care to the people of the country. The blueprint of such a massive undertaking was envisaged by the ANC’s policy documents, namely the Reconstruction and Development Programme (RDP) (ANC 1994a) released in April 1994, and The National Health Plan for South Africa (ANC 1994b), released in May 1994.
Health Care system Health Care system Новинка

Health Care system

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Health is generally a condition of a person's mind and body, usually free from injury, illness and pain.As WHO defines health as a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely an absence of a disease.Health and disease are determined by many factors that interact in social, psychological and biological form.Considering all these the present study in Baliana village,Himachal Pradesh highlighting the health and nutrition of women and children in village.This study discusses the ethnomedical practices, medical practices and a detailed description of the specialist available in the village and also various health care systems present.It is clear from the present study that the Baliana represents a fine example of medical pluralism, i.e., the coexistence of different medical systems.
George Halvorson C. Health Care Reform Now!. A Prescription for Change George Halvorson C. Health Care Reform Now!. A Prescription for Change Новинка

George Halvorson C. Health Care Reform Now!. A Prescription for Change

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The United States spends more money on health care by far than any other country and yet nearly 50,000,000 Americans are uninsured at least part of the time each year. Health Care Reform Now! is written for anyone who cares enough about our health care situation to consider serious alternatives to the current system. In this book George Halvorson—an internationally known health care leader and author—offers a sensible approach to health care reform and universal coverage that can work for all stakeholders. Step by step, George Halvorson outlines a game plan for a truly world-class health care system that will appeal to policy makers on both ends of the political spectrum and will deliver health care with improved quality, better access, provider accountability, performance transparency, consumer choice, and individual empowerment.
The Health Care Debate and Health Care Coverage in the USA Today The Health Care Debate and Health Care Coverage in the USA Today Новинка

The Health Care Debate and Health Care Coverage in the USA Today

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The health care system in the United State has struggled during the past few decades. This has been accompanied by many controversies and debates among U.S. policy makers and health insurance providers. Dissatisfaction with health care in the United States today can be divided into three main aspects of health care; coverage, cost, and quality. The first problem, coverage, is a major issue because about 15 percent of the population of the U.S. (45 million) is uninsured today. The first and second problems, coverage and cost, are somewhat related since the rising cost of obtaining health services is one of the main reasons why many individuals are currently uninsured. The third problem, health care quality, is as important as the other two problems because there is no point in providing health services to the public if the services provided are inefficient and of bad quality. For these and other reasons, there is a call for improvement in the U.S. health care system. In fact, studies show that the majority of individuals in the United States believe that the health care system in the U.S. requires major changes.
Taming the Beloved Beast – How Medical Technology Costs Are Destroying Our Health Care System Taming the Beloved Beast – How Medical Technology Costs Are Destroying Our Health Care System Новинка

Taming the Beloved Beast – How Medical Technology Costs Are Destroying Our Health Care System

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Taming the Beloved Beast – How Medical Technology Costs Are Destroying Our Health Care System
Towards a suitable health insurance system in Syria Towards a suitable health insurance system in Syria Новинка

Towards a suitable health insurance system in Syria

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The Syrian health care system has suffered many problems, such as financing the Syrian health care system via general taxation has failed to mobilize sufficient funds, out-of-pocket payment has formed a significant part to finance health services in Syria, and the fragmentation of health system financing and the absence of one risk pool. In addition, running of the publicly-financed health care lacks efficiency and accountability. The main objectives of this book are (1) Exploring which financing method is best suited for Syria in order to reach universal coverage (2) Designing three alternatives of health financing models to the current health system. The results of this study show that adopting the tax-based financing system as an alternative for the current system will be an impractical option to overcome these problems and achieve universal coverage, while adopting the social health insurance will more efficient, however, financing this system should be based on the general revenues beside social contributions.
Place and Role of Family Physicians in the Health Care System Place and Role of Family Physicians in the Health Care System Новинка

Place and Role of Family Physicians in the Health Care System

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This publication presents research that was carried out in two directions. We analyzed the current health care system through reviewing regulations and documents that have been developed in our country, and which were compared with the World Health Organization documents. Another direction of research was a survey in Banja Luka, which included the following: all primary health care physicians, all specialized hospital doctors, second, fifth and sixth year Medical College students and adult citizens, who sought medical attention at primary health care centre within the study period. The aims were to determine whether and to what extent the International Declaration on Primary Health Care was being applied and under what conditions the concept of family medicine could reach its full implementation in our health care system, whether and to what extent the modern concept of family medicine was acknowledged by our medical audience and general public and whether there was a willingness to accept and support this concept. The publication is intended for medical students, doctors and those involved in studying the health care system.
American Health Care:  Justice, Policy, Reform American Health Care:  Justice, Policy, Reform Новинка

American Health Care: Justice, Policy, Reform

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American Health CareThis book addresses the subject of reforming the American (or any other) health care system focusing on how to achieve a reformed system through the organized action of the citizenry. Dr. Conti calls upon examples from American history, arguing that the action of the people achieved both the abolition of slavery and the granting of rights, including the right to vote, to American women. These social movements succeeded in overturning social structures that existed for millennia. She argues that a comparable grassroots social reform movement could be equally effective in reforming the American health care system. Recently-enacted legislation notwithstanding, much more work is still needed to ensure that the reformed system is implemented properly and to create the policy to detect and overcome fraud and abuse.
Transforming Health Care Service Delivery Through ICT Transforming Health Care Service Delivery Through ICT Новинка

Transforming Health Care Service Delivery Through ICT

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Wide spread implementation and diffusion of information and communications technology in health care service delivery is taking center stage in Ghana’s developmental agenda. This has become necessary to provide quality service that can be utilized by patients and health seekers in even the remotest parts of the country. This is also necessary to improve the productivity and speed of service delivery on the side of the care givers and policy makers. This study an explorative one, examines and documents the development and technologies that form part of the National Health Insurance Scheme's Nation-wide ICT Infrastructure. In addition the study also sought to assess its impact at enhancing productivity and health care service experience by district officers and health care seekers respectively The findings from this research is most revealing with the development and deployment of a wide area network and an enterprise relational database management system improving data collection, storage, analysis and use and more importantly improving the flow of information among decision and policy makers, managers, system users, care givers and care receivers.
Software Architecture for Centralized Health Database Software Architecture for Centralized Health Database Новинка

Software Architecture for Centralized Health Database

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Health ‘R’ Us is a Journal handling system which is used by health care departments for storing and managing journal and journals. Electronic journal is used to accompany the patients from the first visit to the hospital including initial checkups, medications which include examination by doctor and all the medical data related to the patient. The system will be used by the hospital as well as care centers. The system will insure security by providing proper user privileges. The system also has a backward compatibility options that is we can also enter the information of the patient either adding manually or by migrating the data of patients from the previous system. The system will be able to fetch and send journals to other hospital and care center. Data and Network security is handled by the system through Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP). This software is used by hospitals or health care centers through PC's and thin client devices. The system will communicate with centralized server(s) through different communication channels. Each user has its own right/view to access the system. The main users of the system are doctors, nurses and health caring center staff.
HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS AND CONSUMERS PERCEPTION HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS AND CONSUMERS PERCEPTION Новинка

HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS AND CONSUMERS PERCEPTION

5380 руб.
The health system is one of the most important driving forces for socioeconomic development. It is a system that has been evolving for hundreds of years in order to meet the changing demands of the population, and this evolution has eventually given rise to need for the assessment of its performance based on its goals which are primarily: to protect and maintain the health status of the population, to restore health and promote health and wellbeing. These goals are achieved through well defined functions which are; Governance, Financing, Resource creation, Service delivery, Responsiveness and Fairness in financial contribution. These functions can be assessed based on the perceptions of the service providers of the health system and the consumers of these services. The objectives of this study was to assess the performance of the Secondary Health Services of Katsina State based on the perceptions of the service providers and the consumers of the services.
The institutional framework of Greek Primary Care System (1980?2008) The institutional framework of Greek Primary Care System (1980?2008) Новинка

The institutional framework of Greek Primary Care System (1980?2008)

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This book aims to study the reforms in Greek Primary Health Care System (PHC) from 1980 until 2008, as these are reflected on the legislative framework concerning the organization and financing of the PHC services during the same period. Specifically, in Part ? a literature review of primary care reforms in two European countries (G. Britain and Sweden) takes place. In Part B is studied and analyzed the legislation framework of the Greek Primary Health Care System from 1980 to 2008.
Traditional health care practices of the Karbi tribal group Traditional health care practices of the Karbi tribal group Новинка

Traditional health care practices of the Karbi tribal group

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In Indian society the tribal culture has its own significance. Their livelihood practices are intimately associated with nature environmental resources and supernatural agencies. The traditional health care system of the tribal people are associated with their indigenous knowledge, ethno-ecology and oral tradition. The concerned people have a strong faith on the benevolent and malevolent deities, supernatural agencies and co-related health issues and misfortunes. In their society traditional healers plays a very crucial role and the people are very much psychologically depended upon them. Thus in the tribal societies health-disease and treatment are deeply inter-related to one another and the traditional health care system is an integral part of their cultural tradition.
Strategies in Improving Quality of Health Care in Hospitals in Kenya Strategies in Improving Quality of Health Care in Hospitals in Kenya Новинка

Strategies in Improving Quality of Health Care in Hospitals in Kenya

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This book covers a study on the effectiveness of quality health care strategies in improving service delivery at the national referral hospitals in Kenya. The country's referral system involves a comprehensive health care system used to manage patient health care needs by referring them from a lower level to a higher level facility that can provide the level of care needed or for a highly specialized health care. The study findings revealed that quality health care strategies have a positive effect on service quality at the national referral hospitals.However, the strategies had varying degrees of association with service delivery systems, processes and outcomes. The study recommends adoption of integrated approach to Quality Improvement Programs and increased uptake of ICT innovations to enhance turnaround time. The hospitals’ management should encourage service delivery innovations at the functional units which are appropriate to various departments to complement institutional-driven programmes. It is also prudent to adopt an ideal model for implementation of quality health care strategies to optimise service quality and clinical outcomes.
Healthcare system in Iraq Healthcare system in Iraq Новинка

Healthcare system in Iraq

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Many avoidable shortcomings in the health sector that result in poor quality health services are due to inaccessible data, information, and knowledge. Lost and unreliable data, poor documentation, lack of access to available knowledge all impede the delivery of high quality health care services. A well documented description of the Iraq health care system is not available. The aim of this book is to give a concise account on the healthcare system in Iraq, the evolution of the modern healthcare and health education in Iraq, and to provide healthcare improvement projects designed for the healthcare system in Iraq.
Readiness To Provide Holistic Health Care In Primary Health Care Readiness To Provide Holistic Health Care In Primary Health Care Новинка

Readiness To Provide Holistic Health Care In Primary Health Care

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The vision of the new South Africa entailed addressing all inequalities of the past, meaning people will have equal access to the basics of life. This meant people can have access to health care irrespective of their economic status and geographic location. This book is aiming at highlighting one of the challenges the South Africa health service has in ensuring that all South Africans have equal access to holistic health care, which is adequate training which focuses on holistic care. The South African vision of a national health care system is based on the principles of universal primary health care. This vision opens up access to provision of holistic health care to everyone. This book explores the use of nurses as gate-keepers of primary health care, as well as identifying if these gate-keepers are well equipped to providing a holistic health care most particularly mental health care. The book discusses the capability and skills the nurses have in order to identify and manage minor mental health problems that are presented in their community clinics as well as health centres.
Consumerism in Health Care - a Critique Consumerism in Health Care - a Critique Новинка

Consumerism in Health Care - a Critique

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Even a cursory glance at the legislative and judicial activities of the recent years, indicates that the protection of the consumer has been high on the list of government priorities. The patient is a consumer, a customer of health care services. One of the important aspects in the area of consumerism in medical profession is health care system. Therefore, the author has discussed ‘right to health’ from constitutional and human rights perspective. In particular, continuing poverty, inequities in health, and societal discrimination, illiteracy, ignorance of laws, breakdown of family and cultural values have degraded health system in developing countries in the world. The author has made an endeavor to analyse the concept of consumer, changing dimension of consumerism, concept of negligence, remedies and liabilities under various legislations in case of medical malpractice/ medical negligence, and comparative study of approach of courts in deciding medical malpractice cases, with particular reference to Indian consumer law.
Perceived Health and Access to Care in Minority Settings Perceived Health and Access to Care in Minority Settings Новинка

Perceived Health and Access to Care in Minority Settings

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Official-language minorities in Canada may face specific issues in accessing health care services that can lead to negative consequences on their health, utilization of health care services and satisfaction with the health care system. A secondary data analysis of the 2006 Survey on the Vitality of Official-Language Minorities revealed significant differences between the Anglophone minority (n=5,161) and the Francophone minority (n=12,029) with regards to general health, and access to and use of health care services. Important predictors of these outcomes included age, education level, household income, marital status and place of residence (urban/rural). Access to health care services in the minority language was associated with self-perceived health in the Anglophone minority only. Health policy recommendations elaborated in light of the findings include working on both the supply and the demand of health care services offered in the two official languages, while taking into consideration important contextual differences between regions.
Health care seeking behavior in rural Soconusco of Chiapas, Mexico Health care seeking behavior in rural Soconusco of Chiapas, Mexico Новинка

Health care seeking behavior in rural Soconusco of Chiapas, Mexico

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This thesis examines the types of health care choices rural people in Chiapas Soconusco region make within their cultural belief system and available resources. The utilization of health care services depends on many variables: personal beliefs, cultural traditions, availability and access to services, and the financial means to pay for them. The population in this study identifies itself as campensenos, or small-scale farmers, and struggle for survival among large agricultural businesses. By examining the existing health infrastructure in Chiapas, Mexico, and the traditional medicinal practices that have established themselves in this region over time, this study questions the health care choices people are able to make based on inconsistent availability of medical resources. While this study is based on a very small sample of people, it shows a need for further research in this understudied coastal region of Chiapas.
Medical Tourism as Symptom of a Dysfunctional System Medical Tourism as Symptom of a Dysfunctional System Новинка

Medical Tourism as Symptom of a Dysfunctional System

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For years, the United States of America have been known and admired for their standard of health care which was said to be among the highest of all nations. According to the latest Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development survey, the USA spend more than 16% of their GDP on health care. Given these facts, it should be self-evident that such great efforts result in the best health care delivery imaginable. However, the average American does not benefit from the high expenditures on health care as the health status of the population does not reflect the high expenditures. In search of affordable alternatives to local health care providers, the radius of search is expanded: Cities, states and subsequently other countries become attractive alternatives. The thesis reveals how the American culture shaped not only the health system itself but also the common perception of health. Moreover, the main drivers for medical tourism are identified and analyzed.
The Primary Health Care Approach and Restructuring of the MB ChB The Primary Health Care Approach and Restructuring of the MB ChB Новинка

The Primary Health Care Approach and Restructuring of the MB ChB

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The context of the case study is post-1994 South African democratic elections and ensuing policy debate about social responsiveness, a key agenda of both National Health- and Higher-Education Policies. It implies co-operation and accountability between a range of stakeholders which has profound implications for curriculum planning, design and resourcing. These policy developments are located within international trends in medical- and higher education that had their corollaries in the growth of the Primary Health Care (PHC) movement, opening-up of the higher education system, and increasing pressures for permeability in boundaries in knowledge production, dissemination and curriculum. It was in this intellectual and political climate that the Health Sciences Faculty at University of Cape Town adopted a PHC-led Strategic Plan. The case study analyses the extent to which the restructured medical training programme was indeed aligned and socially responsive. Bourdieu’s theory of power and practice is used to explain the misalignments identified. Central to the explanation is the intersecting predominance of a biomedical culture within the faculty and health system.
The National Care Record Service - an ethical system? The National Care Record Service - an ethical system? Новинка

The National Care Record Service - an ethical system?

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The National Care Record Service opens the door to a new way for England to keep and process health information about its population. My aim was to determine if the NCRS could be described as an ethically acceptable system, not ideal, but acceptable. The growth in computer technology and the developments in data exchange mean that we need to think more carefully about how personal information initially enters the electronic world. The National Health Service (NHS) in the UK largely relies on implied consent for the disclosure of data throughout the service. Implied consent may have been adequate when health information was contained within paper records or simple local electronic systems. However, as healthcare has become more sophisticated and electronic systems networked, implied consent has not kept pace. A particularly difficult dilemma is weighing respect for individual autonomy against the benefits that could accrue to the population in pooling health information. Should the autonomy of the individual take precedence, or should providing benefits to the whole population over ride? My conclusion is that the NCRS is not an ethically acceptable service at this point in time.
Systematic Architecture Approach For Integrating EMR System Systematic Architecture Approach For Integrating EMR System Новинка

Systematic Architecture Approach For Integrating EMR System

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Technology in Healthcare, or healthy technology? Integrating information systems, or systematically integrate information? Health Information Technology is a trend, no,it is a must!! Doctors can save lives, technology can save lives too... Integrate technology, care givers, and patients will result a better quality of care... Move to a digitized health care and get the information easier, faster, and accurate... High level of interoperability improves exchange of information and leads to quick decision in life threaten situation. Integrate your health care enterprise, interoperable systems and applications, easy access to information all improve quality of care....
Too good to be true? A health system assessment in Afghanistan Too good to be true? A health system assessment in Afghanistan Новинка

Too good to be true? A health system assessment in Afghanistan

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The bold decision was taken in Afghanistan in 2002 to provide donorfunded public health services by means of contracting-out of predefined health care packages. This study seeks to identify the extent to which progress has been made in public health services provision in the context of broader state-building agendas. The article argues that the provision of public health services was also intended to generate a peace dividend and to legitimize the newly established government. The widely portrayed success of the contracting model is backed up by very high official figures for health service coverage. This contrasts with evidence at household level, which suggests limited utilization of public health services, and perceptions that these offer inferior quality, and a preference for private providers. The dissonance between these findings is striking and confirms that public health care cannot remain immune from powerful market forces, nor from contextual determinants outside the health field.
Demand for Health Care and Health Care Expenditure Demand for Health Care and Health Care Expenditure Новинка

Demand for Health Care and Health Care Expenditure

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Health is universally regarded as an important index of human development. Improvements in health would translate into higher incomes, higher economic growth and accelerated declines of poverty. Without understanding the factors which play an important role in health care utilization, efforts to promote demand for health care will not offer a pragmatic solution. Increasing utilization of health services is the prime goal for many developing countries. In this study, potential biases are controlled by an advanced statistical technique. The results of this study can provide unbiased estimates of the magnitude of household health care expenditure in Bangladesh. These findings will call for policy makers to either design new health policy or strengthen existing ones taking into consideration of various factors that are identified in this study in order to improve health care system in developing countries like Bangladesh.
М. С. Majo Income and health care utilization among the 50+ in Europe and the US М. С. Majo Income and health care utilization among the 50+ in Europe and the US Новинка

М. С. Majo Income and health care utilization among the 50+ in Europe and the US

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This study addresses the question how income affects health care utilization by the population aged 50 and over in the United States and a number of European countries with varying health care systems. The probabilities that individuals receive several medical services (visits to general practitioner, specialist, dentist, inpatient, or outpatient services) are analyzed separately using probit models. In addition to controls for income and demographic characteristics, controls for health status (both subjective and objective measures of health) are used. We analyze how the relationship between income and health care utilization varies across countries and relate these cross country differences to characteristics of the health care system, i. e., per capita total and public expenditure on health care, gate-keeping for specialist care, and copayments.
Fiscal Reforms and Government Financing of Health Care in India Fiscal Reforms and Government Financing of Health Care in India Новинка

Fiscal Reforms and Government Financing of Health Care in India

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In India, per capita real health spending by government has been affected in most states during reform phase. Health system performance measured in terms of technical efficiency of health sector inputs on health outcomes – Infant Mortality Rate and Life Expectancy at Birth reveals that current level of resources available with states is not sufficient to attain satisfactory outcomes. The resources available for health are not utilized to optimum levels. Efficiency of health system has declined during reforms. Item wise distribution of government health expenditure for health care services reveals a considerable misallocation of resources and expenditure allocation is not in accordance with actual health care needs of the people. Morbidity and mortality rates on account of infectious and parasitic diseases that are preventable have increased over the years. Government has shifted its resource allocation from high priority areas to medium and low priority ones. The findings reveal that even when major economic policy changes take place, state has a crucial role to play in provision of various health care services keeping in view the health problems that concern the society at large.
Effective Health Logistics for Better Health Care Services Effective Health Logistics for Better Health Care Services Новинка

Effective Health Logistics for Better Health Care Services

3000 руб.
This book is dedicated to all storekeepers and health workers working in Government of Nepal, Ministry of Health and Population's health warehouses and storerooms at Central, Regional, District, and Health Facility levels. These people are key in managing supply and distribution of Family Planning and Reproductive Health commodities, Vaccines, and Essential Drugs and making available to people around the country. The book details about strengthening each component of health logistics which is critical for any health system. The book elaborates about strengthening human resources through standard curriculum and training on different aspects of the supply chain management and focuses on logistics issues of Health Commodities Security, Forecasting, Procurement, Quality Assurance, Logistics Management Information Systems (LMIS), Distribution and Transportation, Auctioning and Disposal, Warehouse Infrastructure, Storage, and supervision and monitoring. The author believes that these various logistics interventions implemented to strengthen and improve health logistics and supply chain management system in Nepal can be examples to developing and developed countries around the world.
Young people and pathway to mental health care Young people and pathway to mental health care Новинка

Young people and pathway to mental health care

4621 руб.
This study offers insights into the experiences of a small group of individuals and hence has limitations; however this theoretical approach provides an understanding of what ‘finding a way’ means to this group of young people and how it influences their lives. Firstly, it explored how young people experienced the onset of mental health problems and to investigate their initial interactions with the health system; and secondly, to use these finding to construct a pre?care model that can be used by health care professionals to design appropriate interventions.
Health System Decentralization in a Resource Poor Setting Health System Decentralization in a Resource Poor Setting Новинка

Health System Decentralization in a Resource Poor Setting

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Decentralization ultimately involves the execution of most health care activities at lower levels of the health system. However, when poorly implemented, decentralization can create confusion about roles and responsibilities. This study attempted to assess the perception and practice of decentralized decision-making authority of health managers at different levels of the health system of Jimma Zone, Oromia Regional State of Southwest Ethiopia. According to the regional guideline, ensuring achievement of regional health service targets is the responsibility of the RHB. This was clear to 98% (n=99) of the health managers included in this study. However, almost equivalent proportion of the respondents (96%) agreed that the FMOH should be responsible for this. Such confusions were observed in almost every functional area. The in-depth interviews demonstrated that legislative guidelines were not available in most district health offices and facilities. Moreover, because of the prevailing scarcity of human, financial and other resources at zonal and district levels, it is difficult to expedite health sector decentralization in Jimma Zone.
Requirements Specification Requirements Specification Новинка

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Correct requirements are essential for building an effective information system, especially in health upon which the wealth of a nation is dependent. This book details research efforts at gathering and anlysing requirements for developing an effective information system at the Primary care level using the Activity Analysis and Design Framework. The work also looks at the state of primary health care information system in Nigeria and suggests a way of bringing disjointed components together. It looks at actors in Information System development and use.
Clinical workflow and health care information technology Clinical workflow and health care information technology Новинка

Clinical workflow and health care information technology

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One of main ideas that motivate the implementation of health care information technology (HIT) is that these systems support clinical workflow and thereby decrease medical errors. However, many argue that the model of clinical processes upon which these systems are based shows a fragile compatibility with the contingent and pragmatic workflow of care providers. But, why is that so? And what are the attributes of clinical workflow that challenge this model? This book aims to gain insight into these attributes and their interplay with HIT systems in practice. To do so, we draw upon a process-oriented, user-centered evaluation of clinical workflow in the medication process involving a computerized physician order entry system. The research was conducted at Erasmus Medical Center, an academic hospital in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, between 2003 and 2009. This book can be helpful for system designers, implementers, and evaluators interested in making a fit between clinical workflow and HIT systems.
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Patient satisfaction surveys are useful in gaining an understanding of the users needs and their perception of the services received. Assessing the patient perspectives gives users a voice, which if given systematic attention offers the potential to make the services more responsive to the people’s need and expectation; important elements of making the health system much more effective. It is the important indicator in evaluating the quality of patient care in the outpatient department. In this study it has been found that out of 138 respondents, 35.32 percent were highly satisfied and majority (64.68 percent) were fairly satisfied with health care facilities provided by the hospital. It was found that majority of services of the clients were satisfied with the guidance, logistics arrangements, support services, nursing care and doctor’s consultation.
Intelligent Decision Support System in Diabetic eHealth Care Intelligent Decision Support System in Diabetic eHealth Care Новинка

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Intelligent decision support System in diabetes eHealth care in order to improve the quality of life of Diabetes patients. This system will provide a 24-hour medical facilitates to patient and care providers at anytime and anywhere. Patient would be able to update his/her health status and can get basic instructions (diet, exercise) and prescriptions while staying at home. In the case of emergency, auto message will be sent to care provider e.g. doctors, relatives of patents and ambulance services. Due to this system patent can keep in touch with care providers and get the basic instructions regarding his/her health at home.
Impact of National Leprosy Eradication Programme Impact of National Leprosy Eradication Programme Новинка

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In India, in year 2000, Leprosy services were integrated into general health care services which leads the most peripheral health care workers became key person for proper implementation/provision of leprosy services. The successfulness of any public health programme depends upon active community participation, attitude of health care system and health care provider as well as good political will. Through this book I would to highlight the leprosy situation in Satara district of satate Maharashtra, India. Peripheral health care providers, leprosy patients and their family members, community members were involved and their role was assessed in this study.
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Primary health care is the bedrock of any country`s health care system. It is aimed to provide the individuals and the communities with protective, preventive, restorative and rehabilitative health services within the available resources. However there is a growing lack of confidence and trust by the public in all health services at this level of care, resulting from the poor state of the facilities and low standards of delivery. This book therefore sought to explore and highlight those barriers affecting the utilization of primary health care services in a low income nation like Nigeria. It also aimed to serve as a basis for understanding and appreciating the complex factors affecting the utilization of these essential services, and how these factors translate into a deterioration of a nation’s health indices. It is expected that these findings will enrich academic discussions and guide policy makers in formulating policies and guidelines towards improving primary healthcare services. It will also aid international organizations with interest in implementing primary health services in developing nations
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Village Committee and Decentralized Health Care Delivery in Rural Area Village Committee and Decentralized Health Care Delivery in Rural Area Новинка

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Government and development agencies who are responsible for providing services and who have power to control resources see participation as means to improve the efficiency of their service-delivery system. Therefore, the various national policies and health programs emphasizes on active community participation. It has given emphasis on participatory health planning and implementation of various health activities through village level health committees. Flexible, decentralized planning is the pivot on which the entire concept of community health development revolves. A major obstacle to participation is the lack of organizations at the local level to represent the interests of the rural poor and to facilitate their involvement. They are almost universally unorganized in the formal sense and thus lack a basic means to begin to negotiate with the system which governs their livelihood. However, the issue is not merely the provision of an organization to represent the interest of the rural poor supposed to serve as ‘vehicles of participation’, but more to do with the nature of the organization, how it evolves and in what way it is an authentic means for local level of participation.
Managerial Competencies of The Health Workforce in Sierra Leone Managerial Competencies of The Health Workforce in Sierra Leone Новинка

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It is widely believed that for managers of organizations to perform effectively, they require personal and task-specific skills widely referred to as managerial competencies. Globally, Health Care Management is moving towards management of Integrated Health Care Systems which require health workers to have appropriate managerial competencies. Studies in health care management have revealed a lack of competent management particularly in developing countries. A WHO report highlights that a lack of managerial competencies by health workers was a major reason why many least developed countries will not meet the United Nations health related Millennium Development Goals. Sierra Leone is implementing a Free Health Care Initiative through its public health care system and the focus of this study is to determine if health workers have the right managerial competencies to implement this initiative by identifying the managerial competencies and competency gaps based on 39 managerial competencies derived from a similar study in South Africa. This book will be useful to Health Care Managers, Policy Planners, Human Resource Managers, medical and nursing schools.

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The National Care Record Service opens the door to a new way for England to keep and process health information about its population. My aim was to determine if the NCRS could be described as an ethically acceptable system, not ideal, but acceptable. The growth in computer technology and the developments in data exchange mean that we need to think more carefully about how personal information initially enters the electronic world. The National Health Service (NHS) in the UK largely relies on implied consent for the disclosure of data throughout the service. Implied consent may have been adequate when health information was contained within paper records or simple local electronic systems. However, as healthcare has become more sophisticated and electronic systems networked, implied consent has not kept pace. A particularly difficult dilemma is weighing respect for individual autonomy against the benefits that could accrue to the population in pooling health information. Should the autonomy of the individual take precedence, or should providing benefits to the whole population over ride? My conclusion is that the NCRS is not an ethically acceptable service at this point in time.
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