Patient-Centered Healthcare system
Teunissen, T. A. M., Rotink, M. E., & Lagro-Janssen, A. L. M. (2016). Gender differences in
quality of care experiences during hospital stay: A contribution to patient-centered healthcare for both men and women. Patient education and counseling, 99(4), 631-637.
Efforts for disease self-control and prevention, from a patient's perspective, are more important than ever. This structure allows the doctor to have more time to attend to the diagnosis and treatment of their patients, because they are supported by a team. The result of this cross-sectional study reveals that Females, mainly those higher educated and among 45 and 64 years of age, assess hospital care knowingly lower than men. (Teunissen, Rotink & Lagro-Janssen, 2016).
Vaismoradi, M., Jordan, S., & Kangasniemi, M. (2015). Patient participation in patient safety
and nursing input–a systematic review. Journal of clinical nursing, 24(5-6), 627-639.
According to the guide published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine, engaging patients at all stages in the health care industry and respecting their needs will help develop a culture of patient and family-oriented healthcare. Another great learning was the ability of patients and communities to get up when we put resources and education at their disposal. From this perspective, it is very important to empower our patients on how to take care of their health.
Rozenblum, R., Miller, P., Pearson, D., Marielli, A., Grando, M., & Bates, D. (2015). Patient-
centered healthcare, patient engagement and health information technology: the perfect storm (pp. 3-22). Berlin, Germany: Walter de Gruyter Inc.
According to Rozenblum, Miller, Pearson, Marielli, Grando, & Bates, (2015), the term “patient-oriented” is applicable to healthcare in general, as well as in the areas of training counseling and technology. In modern medicine, the patient is an active participant in the diagnostic process, in which he plays an important role.
Frezza, E. (2019). Patient-Centered Healthcare: Transforming the Relationship Between
Physicians and Patients.
Frezza argues that Primary Care is “the basis of every person-centered system,” but that changes still need to be made even in countries where this level is most developed. A question on the sidelines is the "enormous challenge this poses in the world, where nearly 400 million people do not have access to basic and essential care today." In his opinion, and in general, there are different levels of problems depending on the geographical area, but in general the deficits are located “in access, quality and participation
Miles, A., & Asbridge, J. (2017). Person-Centered Healthcare-moving from rhetoric to methods,
through implementation to outcomes. European Journal for Person Centered Healthcare, 5(1), 1-9.
Miles & Asbridge (2017) revealed in their study that among the positive results that have been recorded in evaluations of patient centered model, there is a decrease in patient waiting , improvements in the quality of their health indicators and lower costs for the health system by keeping patients healthier.
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