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*  Transmission-based precautions
... and increases in preventable adverse events in order to improve acceptance by the patients and adherence by health care workers ... Healthcare personnel caring for patients on contact precautions wear a gown and gloves for all interactions that may involve ... Healthcare personnel caring for patients on airborne precautions wear a mask or respirator, depending on the disease-specific ... Evaluation of human-tohuman transmission of monkeypox from infected patients to health care workers. Clin Infect Dis 2005;40(5 ...
*  Preventive healthcare
... acceptance and confidence and can improve quality of care and patient satisfaction. Understanding the Economics for Investment ... The Affordable Care Act and Preventive Healthcare The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act also known as just the ... Harrington, Scott E. (1 January 2010). "U. S. Health-care Reform: The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act". The Journal ... "Defining and Targeting Health Care Access Barriers." Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 22.2 (2011): 562-575. ...
*  Personalized medicine
The concepts of personalised health care are receiving increasing acceptance with the Veterans Administration committing to ... a new direction for placing the patient at the centre of healthcare and health education (Technical report). Academy of Medical ... Personalised health care is based on the dynamics of systems biology and uses predictive tools to evaluate health risks and to ... Snyderman, R. Personalized Health Care from Theory to Practice, Biotechnology J. 2012, 7 Haines, J.L. (Apr 15, 2005). " ...
*  Glucose meter
Patients with diabetes and their endocrinologists eventually persuaded acceptance. Some health care policymakers still resist ... In Britain, a health care professional or a patient may refer to "taking a BM": "Mrs X's BM is 5", etc. BM stands for ... It is important for patients and their health care providers to know whether the meter gives its results as "whole blood ... these brand names have become synonymous with the generic product to many health care professionals. ...
*  Spiritual care in health care professions
Asking patients questions about the meaning of life, their acceptance of their own or others' failures, and how they experience ... possibly leading to better health outcomes." Li and Shun (2016) focused on self care coping styles in patients with chronic ... so that patients can integrate spiritual support into their own self-care The concept of "spirituality" in healt care has been ... By developing personal relationships with their patients and their families, health professionals can better assess patients' ...
*  Leroy Hood
According to this view, the patient's demand for better healthcare will be the real driving force for the acceptance of P4 ... PeaceHealth is a not-for-profit Catholic health care system, operating in a variety of communities in Alaska, Washington and ... Kirk, Sherri L. (May 14, 2010). "Ohio State Partners with Research Giant to Advance Health Care and Form P4 Medicine Institute ... Hood states that P4 Medicine is the convergence of systems medicine, big data and patient (consumer) driven healthcare and ...
*  Kingston General Hospital
... of paying patients reflected the growing acceptance of the hospital by community members who traditionally received health care ... Benedict Glover). Cardiac care Critical care Emergency care Sexual assault / Domestic violence Mental health Nephrology ... delivering health care, conducting research and training health care professionals. KGH is oldest public hospital in Canada ... 2008 marked a change in direction for the hospital when patient and family-centered care became a focus. As one of the first ...
*  Health 3.0
Social networking is a popular and powerful tool for engaging patients in their health care. These virtual communities provide ... and to facilitate health professional-to-many-patients communication with the goal of improved acceptance, understanding and ... Health care could also make use of social media, and incorporate virtual tools for enhanced interactions between health care ... preventative care and enhancing health professional expertise. Health 3.0 will foster the creation and maintenance of ...
*  Healthcare technician
Aside from routine patient care, healthcare technicians will complete many duties outside of direct care. The indirect care ... provide continuity of care, demonstrate acceptance of responsibility for learning purposes, and proper demonstration for ... A healthcare technician is an allied health professional who provides direct care to patients with or without the supervision ... Healthcare technicians provide a key role in patient care and cleanliness of hospital units. Healthcare technicians or HCT are ...
*  Medical physics
Health physics is the applied physics of radiation protection for health and health care purposes. It is the science concerned ... Background radiation Radiation protection Dosimetry Health physics Radiological protection of patients Some aspects of non- ... Clinical medical device management: Specification, selection, acceptance testing, commissioning and quality assurance/ control ... "Vascular science". NHS Health Careers. 25 March 2015. Retrieved 21 October 2017. Human Health Campus, The official website of ...
*  History of medicine in France
Cunningham, Andrew (1997). Health Care and Poor Relief in Protestant Europe 1500-1700. London and New York. Risse, Guenter ( ... and often physicians would select their own patients to fulfill needs of research or instruction rather than have the patients ... He succeeded in getting acceptance for his system of blind communication, known today simply as Braille. Ferngren, Gary (2009 ... Weiner, Dora B. (1991). "Triage for health care in a metropolis: Paris under Napoleon". Med Secoli. Mercier, Louis-Sébastien ( ...
*  Crossing the Quality Chasm
", "patient-centered", and "transparent" a standard part of health care quality discussions. Despite the broad acceptance of ... health care system, it proposes a new framework for health care with four levels to address the six dimensions: A: Patient ... health care system. In the late 1990s, the IOM established a committee and formal program to study health care quality that ... health care system but to allow health care organizations to thrive long-term: Better systems for identifying best practices ...
*  List of MeSH codes (N05)
... patient acceptance of health care MeSH N05.300.150.600.600 --- patient compliance MeSH N05.300.150.600.620 --- patient ... health care reform MeSH N05.300.385 --- health expenditures MeSH N05.300.400 --- health priorities MeSH N05.300.420 --- health ... health care) MeSH N05.715.360.575.575 --- outcome assessment (health care) MeSH N05.715.360.575.575.800 --- treatment outcome ... health services accessibility MeSH N05.300.430.375 --- health care rationing MeSH N05.300.430.390 --- health facility closure ...
*  Medical simulation
... patient care and clinical use of simulation will most likely travel the same road of acceptance and integration into the ... Development and Rationale for a Blended Approach to Health Care Simulation Debriefing. Simulation in Healthcare, 10, 106-115. ... Medical simulation is somewhat unique, as it is continuously evolving to function across the medical operations, patient care ... The newest progression of medical simulation, is the application of simulation to the medical operations, patient care and ...
*  Texas Advance Directives Act
... life-sustaining medical treatment will be provided until the patient can be transferred to a health care provider willing to ... Supporters have stated they intend to work toward acceptance of changes. In 2015, the Texas Legislature unanimously passed HB ... Robert Fine, director of the Office of Clinical Ethics for the Baylor Health Care System says he collected five years' worth of ... Controversy over these provisions mainly centers on Section 166.046, Subsection (e),1 which allows a health care facility to ...
*  Pre-medical
Many pre-medical students volunteer in a health care setting to explore the option of a career in medicine. Past volunteer ... directly observing the doctor as they care for patients. In Australia and the United Kingdom, a number of universities offer a ... experience can increase an applicant's chances of acceptance to a medical school. Often volunteer experiences are topics of ... Pre-health sciences Flexner Report "Preparing for the MCAT Exam". AMCAS. Retrieved November 17, 2011. "Admission Requirements ...
*  Medical equipment management
The healthcare technology management professional's purpose is to ensure that equipment and systems used in patient care are ... Work order management involves systematic, measurable, and traceable methods to all acceptance/initial inspections, preventive ... clinical engineering - applying the latest technology to health care and health care systems in hospitals. • genomics and ... or patient injury during care. As a manager, ensure all staff and patients are safe within the facility. Note: it's everyone's ...
*  Fee splitting
... for referring a patient to that source. Another section specifies that clinics, laboratories, hospitals or other health care ... The AMA Code provides that payment by or to a physician solely for the referral of a patient is unethical as is the acceptance ... information on pricing and quality of care institutions and medicines reaches to patient through their primary care physician, ... not to be in the interests of patients is because it represents a conflict of interest which may adversely affect patient care ...
*  German Diabetes Center Mergentheim
... the Diabetes-Clinic is the third level of patient-centred health care. The first level refers to primary health care by the ... Another medical focus is the treatment of disorders in motivation and acceptance as well as the treatment of diabetes mellitus ... especially when the out-patient therapy trials for these people have been exhausted. This includes the treatment of patients ... Annually about 400 children and adolescents with diabetes mellitus are treated as in-patients. With respect to these disease ...
*  Dominik Gross
International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care. 28 (3): 265-270. doi:10.1017/s0266462312000293. Gross, Dominik; ... Gross, Dominik; Söderfeldt, Yiva (2014). "Information, Consent and Treatment of Patients with Morgellons Disease: An Ethical ... "Attitudes and Acceptance towards the Technology of Cryonics in Germany". International Journal of Technology Assessment in ... Gross, Dominik; Schweikardt, Christoph (2012). "Mobile phone health risk policy in Germany: The role of the federal government ...
*  University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
... to work in a range of patient care and research areas and the school is committed to training physicians for rural health care ... Rural Health, and Women's Health. Admissions to UWSMPH is competitive, with 7.6% of applicants accepted in 2007. The acceptance ... "About the UW School of Medicine and Public Health". Retrieved 2009-06-11. "About the UW School of Medicine and Public Health". ... The UW School of Medicine and Public Health also ranks as one of the top medical schools in terms of research funding and ...
*  Chukwuedu Nwokolo
"The Place of Traditional Medicine in a Modern Health Care Programme in Nigeria". World Cat'. Retrieved 30 May 2014. "Science ... a patient funded system that was adopted by state governments all over Nigeria; as well as for the system's acceptance in core ... 1984). The Place of Traditional Medicine and Other Local Resources in a Modern Health Care Programme in Nigeria. Maiduguri: ... World Health Organ. Bulletin: World Health Organization. 50 (6): 569-71. PMC 2481166 . PMID 4549201. "WHO Official Record" (PDF ...
*  Sexuality after spinal cord injury
... affect care and treatments-particularly when cultural attitudes and assumptions of patients and care providers conflict. Health ... Understanding and acceptance of the limitations that result from the injury on the part of the uninjured partner is an ... Burch, A (2008). "Health care providers' knowledge, attitudes, and self-efficacy for working with patients with spinal cord ... Providers who treat SCI have been found to assume their patients are heterosexual or to exclude LGBTQ patients from their ...
*  Disease registry
... most health care expenses are spent treating patients with a few chronic conditions. For example, the 2002 expenses with ... In every registry there is always a risk of "garbage in, garbage out". Issues that can affect a registry and its acceptance by ... "Chronic Diseases and Health Promotion". "The High Concentration of U.S. Health Care Expenditures: Research in Action, Issue 19 ... Connect Patient Registry for patients with inborn errors of metabolism DuchenneConnect Patient Registry for patients with ...
*  Health information on Wikipedia
IMS Health (2014). "The use of Wikipedia in Health Care". Engaging patients through social media Is healthcare ready for ... Kolski, D; Arlt, S; Birk, S; Heuwieser, W (2013). "Use and acceptance of Wiki systems for students of veterinary medicine". GMS ... 2013). "A new dimension of health care: systematic review of the uses, benefits, and limitations of social media for health ... Wikipedia was described in 2014 as "the leading single source of healthcare information for patients and healthcare ...
*  Specialty Society Relative Value Scale Update Committee
... publication written before the major health care reform legislation passed Congress-the Patient Protection and Affordable Care ... there was an indication in the report that the acceptance rate of the AMA's values by Medicare "has fallen in recent years from ... Warner, Gregory, (June 11, 2012) "The world of health-care pricing"; originally "The secret world of health care pricing", ... "The RUC's Defense". The Health Care Blog. Brian Klepper; David C. Kibbe (January 20, 2011). "Quit the RUC". Kaiser Health News ...