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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29332530/reconciliation-of-patient-doctor-vocabulary-in-a-structured-resource
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Mike Donald Tapi Nzali, Jérôme Aze, Sandra Bringay, Christian Lavergne, Caroline Mollevi, Thomas Optiz
Today, social media is increasingly used by patients to openly discuss their health. Mining automatically such data is a challenging task because of the non-structured nature of the text and the use of many abbreviations and the slang terms. Our goal is to use Patient Authored Text to build a French Consumer Health Vocabulary on breast cancer field, by collecting various kinds of non-experts' expressions that are related to their diseases and then compare them to biomedical terms used by health care professionals...
January 1, 2018: Health Informatics Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29329310/medication-discrepancies-across-multiple-care-transitions-a-retrospective-longitudinal-cohort-study-in-italy
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Marco Bonaudo, Maria Martorana, Valerio Dimonte, Alessandra D'Alfonso, Giulio Fornero, Gianfranco Politano, Maria Michela Gianino
PURPOSE: Medication discrepancies are defined as unexplained differences among regimens across different sites of care. The problem of medication discrepancies that occur during the entire care pathway from hospital admission to a local care setting discharge (namely all types of settings dedicated to formal care other than hospitals) has received little attention in the medical literature. The present study aims to (1) determine the prevalence of medication discrepancies that occur during the entire care pathway from hospital admission to local care setting discharge, (2) describe the discrepancy and medication type, and (3) identify potential risk factors for experiencing medication discrepancies in patient care transitions...
2018: PloS One
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29329135/clinician-perceptions-of-the-importance-of-the-components-of-hospital-discharge-care-for-children
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Kevin Blaine, Jayne Rogers, Margaret R OʼNeill, Sarah McBride, Jennifer Faerber, Chris Feudtner, Jay G Berry
BACKGROUND: Discharging hospitalized children involves several different components, but their relative value is unknown. We assessed which discharge components are perceived as most and least important by clinicians. METHODS: March and June of 2014, we conducted an online discrete choice experiment (DCE) among national societies representing 704 nursing, physician, case management, and social work professionals from 46 states. The DCE consisted of 14 discharge care components randomly presented two at a time for a total of 28 choice tasks...
April 11, 2017: Journal for Healthcare Quality: Official Publication of the National Association for Healthcare Quality
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29318695/risk-factors-for-medication-errors-at-admission-in-preoperatively-screened-patients
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Marieke M Ebbens, Kim B Gombert-Handoko, Muhammad Al-Dulaimy, Patricia M L A van den Bemt, Elsbeth J Wesselink
BACKGROUND: Preoperative screening (POS) may help to reduce medication errors at admission (MEA). However, due to the time window between POS and hospital admission, unintentional medication discrepancies may still occur and thus a second medication reconciliation at hospital admission can be necessary. Insight into potential risk factors associated with these discrepancies would be helpful to focus the second medication reconciliation on high-risk patients. OBJECTIVE: To determine the proportion of POS patients with MEA and to identify risk factors for MEA...
January 10, 2018: Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29310711/impact-of-collaborative-pharmaceutical-care-on-in-patients-medication-safety-study-protocol-for-a-stepped-wedge-cluster-randomized-trial-medrev-study
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Géraldine Leguelinel-Blache, Christel Castelli, Clarisse Roux-Marson, Sophie Bouvet, Sandrine Andrieu, Philippe Cestac, Rémy Collomp, Paul Landais, Bertrice Loulière, Christelle Mouchoux, Rémi Varin, Benoit Allenet, Pierrick Bedouch, Jean-Marie Kinowski
BACKGROUND: Clinical pharmaceutical care has long played an important role in the improvement of healthcare safety. Pharmaceutical care is a collaborative care approach, implicating all the actors of the medication circuit in order to prevent and correct drug-related problems that can lead to adverse drug events. The collaborative pharmaceutical care performed during patients' hospitalization requires two mutually reinforcing activities: medication reconciliation and medication review...
January 8, 2018: Trials
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29310708/the-pharms-patient-held-active-record-of-medication-status-feasibility-study-a-research-proposal
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Elaine Walsh, Laura J Sahm, Patricia M Kearney, Henry Smithson, David M Kerins, Chrys Ngwa, Ciara Fitzgerald, Stephen Mc Carthy, Eimear Connolly, Kieran Dalton, Derina Byrne, Megan Carey, Colin Bradley
Medication errors are a major source of preventable morbidity, mortality and cost and many occur at the times of hospital admission and discharge. Novel interventions (such as new methods of recording medication information and conducting medication reconciliation) are required to facilitate accurate transfer of medication information. With existing evidence supporting the use of information technology and the patient representing the one constant in the care process, an electronic patient held medication record may provide a solution...
January 8, 2018: BMC Research Notes
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29309943/association-of-pretransplant-opioid-use-with-graft-loss-or-death-in-liver-transplantation-patients-with-model-of-end-stage-liver-disease-exceptions
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James N Fleming, David J Taber, Nicole A Pilch, Caitlin R Mardis, Rachael E Gilbert, Lytani Z Wilson, Neha Patel, Sarah Ball, Patrick Mauldin, Prabhakar K Baliga
BACKGROUND: Up to 77% of liver transplant candidates experience pain, with the majority prescribed opioids. Previous studies have shown increased readmissions and mortality in liver transplant recipients who were prescribed opioids prior to transplant. Our aim was to identify specific populations that are at the highest risk of deleterious outcomes with opioid use prior to transplant. STUDY DESIGN: This was a single-center retrospective cohort study of adult liver transplant recipients transplanted between 2010 and 2016 to assess the impact of pre-transplant opioid use on mortality and graft loss following liver transplantation...
January 5, 2018: Journal of the American College of Surgeons
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29306922/educating-aboriginal-nursing-students-responding-to-the-truth-and-reconciliation-report
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Annette Lane, Kristin Petrovic
A 2015 Canadian report from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission issued two calls for action that specifically challenge nursing education programs: a call to incorporate indigenous knowledge and learning, and a call to reduce health disparities between aboriginals and non-aboriginals. These calls to action raise questions for nurse educators regarding how best to recruit, retain, and educate aboriginal nursing students. A literature review was conducted to examine issues faced by aboriginal students in nursing programs, as well as cultural competence with nurse educators working with aboriginal students...
January 6, 2018: International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29302017/effectiveness-of-a-pharmacist-led-medication-review-programme-on-medication-appropriateness-and-hospital-readmissions-among-geriatric-in-patients-in-hong-kong
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P Kc Chiu, A Wk Lee, T Yw See, F Hw Chan
INTRODUCTION: Geriatric in-patients are at risk of drug-related problems. This study aimed to determine whether a pharmacist-led medication review programme could reduce inappropriate medications and hospital readmissions among geriatric in-patients in Hong Kong. METHODS: A prospective controlled study was conducted from December 2013 to September 2014 in the geriatric unit of a regional hospital in Hong Kong. A total of 212 subjects were allocated to receive either routine care or pharmacist intervention that included medication reconciliation, medication review, and medication counselling...
January 5, 2018: Hong Kong Medical Journal, Xianggang Yi Xue za Zhi
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29300961/patient-portal-use-and-hospital-outcomes
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Adrian G Dumitrascu, M Caroline Burton, Nancy L Dawson, Colleen S Thomas, Lisa M Nordan, Hope E Greig, Duaa I Aljabri, James M Naessens
Objectives: To determine whether use of a patient portal during hospitalization is associated with improvement in hospital outcomes, 30-day readmissions, inpatient mortality, and 30-day mortality. Materials and Methods: We performed a retrospective propensity score-matched study that included all adult patients admitted to Mayo Clinic Hospital in Jacksonville, Florida, from August 1, 2012, to July 31, 2014, who had signed up for a patient portal account prior to hospitalization (N = 7538)...
December 28, 2017: Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association: JAMIA
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29299004/ambulatory-medication-reconciliation-in-dialysis-patients-benefits-and-community-practitioners-perspectives
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Jo-Anne S Wilson, Matthew A Ladda, Jaclyn Tran, Marsha Wood, Penelope Poyah, Steven Soroka, Glenn Rodrigues, Karthik Tennankore
Background: Ambulatory medication reconciliation can reduce the frequency of medication discrepancies and may also reduce adverse drug events. Patients receiving dialysis are at high risk for medication discrepancies because they typically have multiple comorbid conditions, are taking many medications, and are receiving care from many practitioners. Little is known about the potential benefits of ambulatory medication reconciliation for these patients. Objectives: To determine the number, type, and potential level of harm associated with medication discrepancies identified through ambulatory medication reconciliation and to ascertain the views of community pharmacists and family physicians about this service...
November 2017: Canadian Journal of Hospital Pharmacy
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29299002/care-gaps-in-the-electronic-discharge-medication-reconciliation-process-at-an-acute-care-facility
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Kelly MacDonald, Marsha Cusack, Su Qiong Rebecca Liang, Kilby Rinco
Background: Many patients experience adverse events at the time of discharge from hospital, and most of these events are medication-related. To improve patient safety, Health PEI (the health authority for Prince Edward Island) has made medication reconciliation a priority. The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Charlottetown is one of the few Canadian hospitals with an electronic discharge process. A discharge report has been developed to provide pertinent information to patients at discharge, including a final medication list to be shared with the community pharmacy at the patient's discretion...
November 2017: Canadian Journal of Hospital Pharmacy
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29298470/translation-and-linguistic-validation-of-the-korean-version-of-the-treatment-satisfaction-visual-analogue-scale-and-the-overactive-bladder-satisfaction-with-treatment-questionnaire
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Ha Na Lee, Ji Yun Chae, Hyo Serk Lee, Min Soo Choo, Min Gu Park, Seo Yeon Lee, Seung-June Oh, Sung Yong Cho
PURPOSE: This study reports the development of the Korean Version of the Treatment Satisfaction Visual Analogue Scale (TS-VAS) and the Overactive Bladder Satisfaction with Treatment Questionnaire (OAB-SAT-q) based on the original versions, with subsequent linguistic validation by Korean patients with overactive bladder receiving active treatment from a physician. METHODS: Translation and linguistic validation were performed in 2016. The validation process included permission for translation, forward translation, reconciliation, backward translation, cognitive debriefing, and proofreading...
December 2017: International Neurourology Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29298192/helping-older-adults-improve-their-medication-experience-home-by-addressing-medication-regimen-complexity-in-home-healthcare
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Orla C Sheehan, Hadi Kharrazi, Kimberly J Carl, Bruce Leff, Jennifer L Wolff, David L Roth, Jennifer Gabbard, Cynthia M Boyd
In skilled home healthcare (SHHC), communication between nurses and physicians is often inadequate for medication reconciliation and needed changes to the medication regimens are rarely made. Fragmentation of electronic health record (EHR) systems, transitions of care, lack of physician-nurse in-person contact, and poor understanding of medications by patients and their families put patients at risk for serious adverse outcomes. The aim of this study was to develop and test the HOME tool, an informatics tool to improve communication about medication regimens, share the insights of home care nurses with physicians, and highlight to physicians and nurses the complexity of medication schedules...
January 2018: Home Healthcare Now
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29298138/the-ecology-biogeochemistry-and-optical-properties-of-coccolithophores
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William M Balch
Coccolithophores are major contributors to phytoplankton communities and ocean biogeochemistry and are strong modulators of the optical field in the sea. New discoveries are changing paradigms about these calcifiers. A new role for silicon in coccolithophore calcification is coupling carbonate and silicon cycles. Phosphorus and iron play key roles in regulating coccolithophore growth. Comparing molecular phylogenies with coccolith morphometrics is forcing the reconciliation of biological and geological observations...
January 3, 2018: Annual Review of Marine Science
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29294896/the-relationship-between-posttraumatic-growth-and-psychosocial-variables-in-survivors-of-state-terrorism-and-their-relatives
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Manuel Cárdenas-Castro, Ximena Faúndez-Abarca, Héctor Arancibia-Martini, Cristián Ceruti-Mahn
The present study explores reports of growth in survivors and family members of victims of state terrorism ( N = 254) in Chile from 1973 to 1990. The results indicate the presence of reports of posttraumatic growth ( M = 4.69) and a positive and statistically significant correlation with variables related to the life impact of the stressful events ( r = .46), social sharing of emotions ( r = .32), deliberate rumination ( r = .37), positive reappraisal ( r = .35), reconciliation ( r = .39), spiritual practices ( r = ...
August 1, 2017: Journal of Interpersonal Violence
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29284041/correction-discerning-morpho-anatomical-physiological-and-molecular-multiformity-in-cultivated-and-wild-genotypes-of-lentil-with-reconciliation-to-salinity-stress
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Dharmendra Singh, Chandan Kumar Singh, Shanti Kumari, Ram Sewak Singh Tomar, Sourabh Karwa, Rajendra Singh, Raja Bahadur Singh, Susheel Kumar Sarkar, Madan Pal
[This corrects the article DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0177465.].
2017: PloS One
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29276763/a-description-of-patient-and-provider-experience-and-clinical-outcomes-after-heart-failure-shared-medical-appointment
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Lisa B Cohen, Melanie Parent, Tracey H Taveira, Sandesh Dev, Wen-Chih Wu
Background: Shared medical appointments (SMAs) are clinical visits in which several patients meet with 1 or more providers at the same time. Objective: To describe the outcomes of an interdisciplinary SMA for veterans recently discharged for heart failure (HF). Methods: A retrospective chart review for patients' readmission rates, survival, medication adherence, and medication-related problems. For qualitative outcomes, we performed semistructured interviews on 12 patients who had undergone HF SMAs and their respective caregivers focusing on care satisfaction, HF knowledge, disease self-care, medication reconciliation, and peer support...
December 2017: Journal of Patient Experience
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29276301/impact-of-inpatient-automatic-therapeutic-substitutions-on-postdischarge-medication-prescribing
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Pooja J Shah, Jennifer L Cruz, Ashley L Pappas, Kayla M Waldron, Scott W Savage
Background: Automatic therapeutic substitution (ATS) is the act of therapeutic interchange, in which patients are transitioned from a nonformulary preadmission medication to an equivalent formulary medication upon admission. ATS protocols are able to provide several benefits; however, if medications are unreconciled at the time of discharge, then use may lead to duplication or omission resulting in adverse outcomes. The objective was to assess the impact of preidentified ATS protocol use during admission on duplication and omission postdischarge...
October 2017: Hospital Pharmacy
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29273612/interprofessional-care-collaboration-for-patients-with-heart-failure
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Amanda Boykin, Danielle Wright, Lydia Stevens, Lauren Gardner
PURPOSE: An innovative collaborative care model to improve transitions of care (TOC) for patients with heart failure (HF) is described. SUMMARY: As part of a broad effort by New Hanover Regional Medical Center (NHRMC) to reduce avoidable 30-day hospital readmissions and decrease associated healthcare costs through a team-centered, value-based approach to patient care, an interprofessional team was formed to help reduce hospital readmissions among discharged patients with HF...
January 1, 2018: American Journal of Health-system Pharmacy: AJHP
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