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Primary health care assessment tools: a literature review and metasynthesis.
Fracolli LA, et al. Cien Saude Colet 2014 - Review. PMID 25388193 Free article.
This study comprises a systematic review and metasynthesis of qualitative literature on national and international databases to identify the main tools used to assess Primary Health Care (PHC). ...Eight of these studies addressed the use of one or more of the following validated PHC assessment tools: the WHO Primary Care Assessment Tool (PCET); the ADHD Questionnaire for Primary Care Providers (AQ-PCP); the General Practice Assessment Questionnaire (GPAQ), PACOTAPS (primary health care software); and the PCAT (Primary Care Assessment Tool). ...
This study comprises a systematic review and metasynthesis of qualitative literature on national and international databases to identify the …
Health care process modelling: which method when?
Jun GT, et al. Int J Qual Health Care 2009. PMID 19363123
OBJECTIVE: The role of process modelling has been widely recognized for effective quality improvement. However, application in health care is somewhat limited since the health care community lacks knowledge about a broad range of methods and their applicability to health care. ...DISCUSSION: We believe that it is important to make the various process modelling methods more easily accessible to health care by providing clear guidelines or computer-based tool support for health care-specific process modelling. ...
OBJECTIVE: The role of process modelling has been widely recognized for effective quality improvement. However, application in hea
Developing a process-evaluation plan for assessing health promotion program implementation: a how-to guide.
Saunders RP, et al. Health Promot Pract 2005 - Review. PMID 15855283
However, frameworks for developing a comprehensive process-evaluation plan for targeted programs are less common. Building from previous frameworks, the authors present a comprehensive and systematic approach for developing a process-evaluation plan to assess the implementation of a targeted health promotion intervention. ...The purpose of this article is to describe and illustrate the steps involved in developing a process evaluation plan for any health promotion program....
However, frameworks for developing a comprehensive process-evaluation plan for targeted programs are less common. Building from previ …
The Dutch Health Care Performance Report: seven years of health care performance assessment in the Netherlands.
van den Berg MJ, et al. Health Res Policy Syst 2014. PMID 24405849 Free PMC article.
In 2006, the first edition of a monitoring tool for the performance of the Dutch health care system was released: the Dutch Health Care Performance Report (DHCPR). ...In this paper, we reflect on important lessons learned after seven years of health care system performance assessment. These lessons entail the importance of a good conceptual framework for health system performance assessment, the importance of repeated measurement, the strength of combining multiple perspectives (e.g., patient, professional, objective, subjective) on the same issue, the importance of a central role for the patients' perspective in performance assessment, how to deal with the absence of data in relevant domains, the value of international benchmarking and the continuous exchange between researchers and policy makers....
In 2006, the first edition of a monitoring tool for the performance of the Dutch health care system was released: the Dutch …
A partnership development process assessment scale for public health nurses in Japan.
Shigematsu Y, et al. Public Health Nurs 2015. PMID 25731806
OBJECTIVE: The objective of this study was to develop and test a Partnership Development Process Assessment (PDPA) scale for content and construct validity and internal consistency reliability. This is needed to document and evaluate community health partnership development processes between public health nurses and community-based organizations in Japan. ...
OBJECTIVE: The objective of this study was to develop and test a Partnership Development Process Assessment (PDPA) scale for c …
Implementation of the World Health Organization Trauma Care Checklist Program in 11 Centers Across Multiple Economic Strata: Effect on Care Process Measures.
Lashoher A, et al. World J Surg 2017. PMID 27800590
Primary end points were adherence to process of care measures; secondary data on morbidity and mortality were also collected. ...CONCLUSIONS: Implementation of the WHO Trauma Care Checklist was associated with substantial improvements in patient care process measures among a cohort of patients in diverse settings....
Primary end points were adherence to process of care measures; secondary data on morbidity and mortality were also collected. …
[Dialogues on the work process in oral health in Brazil: an analysis based on the PMAQ-AB survey].
Fagundes DM, et al. Cad Saude Publica 2018. PMID 30208170 Portuguese. Free article.
The study aimed to: (1) describe the work process in Brazil's oral health teams, based on the essential attributes of primary health care, according to geographic region, type of team, and the municipality's socioeconomic characteristics and (2) verify whether the data in the work process of the oral health teams in the Brazilian National Program to Improve Access and Quality in primary health (PMAQ-AB) were capable of measuring such attributes. ...In conclusion, data on the work process in oral health teams from cycle primary health care in the services' work routine. Further research is recommended on continuity of care. ...
The study aimed to: (1) describe the work process in Brazil's oral health teams, based on the essential attributes of primary …
A model for measuring effectiveness of quality management practices in health care.
Myszewski JM and Sinha MN. Leadersh Health Serv (Bradf Engl) 2018. PMID 30016923
It applies in all areas of health care where unlike manufacturing, the services delivered and the tasks performed in the health-care delivery system are seldom identical. ...Originality/value As most of the health-care organizations are still stuck in the soft side of quality assurance, there has been little research conducted to test the applicability of well-known productions/operation management methodologies and theories benefitting health-care systems. ...
It applies in all areas of health care where unlike manufacturing, the services delivered and the tasks performed in the he
Process improvement strategies: Designing and implementing quality improvement research.
Berman L, et al. Semin Pediatr Surg 2018 - Review. PMID 30473043
Quality improvement (QI) is the practice of continuously evaluating and improving the quality of health care that is delivered to patients. In this article, we will use practical examples to show how quality improvement projects have improved surgical patient care, and can be shared between institutions to accelerate the pace of improvement. ...
Quality improvement (QI) is the practice of continuously evaluating and improving the quality of health care that is delivered …
An empirical assessment of the validity of explicit and implicit process-of-care criteria for quality assessment.
Ashton CM, et al. Med Care 1999. PMID 10448722
OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the validity of three criteria-based methods of quality assessment: unit weighted explicit process-of-care criteria; differentially weighted explicit process-of-care criteria; and structured implicit process-of-care criteria. ...CONCLUSIONS: These three criteria-based methods of assessing process of care appear to be measuring the same construct, presumably "quality of care." ...
OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the validity of three criteria-based methods of quality assessment: unit weighted explicit process-of- …
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