Medication Reconciliation: A Success Story
- Medication Reconciliation: Nurses Make It Happen! R., Macapagal; M., Strambler; D., Kelleher; S., Babanto // Critical Care Nurse;Apr2008, Vol. 28 Issue 2, pe13
An abstract of the study "Medication Reconciliation: Nurses Make It Happen!," by R. Macapagal, M. Strambler, D. Kelleher and S. Babanto is presented.
- CATEGORY III: Tracking Processes Across the Continuum of Care. // Journal of Oncology Navigation & Survivorship;Aug2012, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p22
The article presents abstracts on the continuum of care on topics which include patient navigation at Boston Medical Center, the process of consultation to a high-risk genetic clinic, and the role of nurse navigators in the development of a navigation database.
- CATEGORY IV: Original Research. // Journal of Oncology Navigation & Survivorship;Aug2012, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p24
The article presents abstracts on oncology nurse navigator on topics which include the impact of nurses on the care for breast cancer patients, patient navigation, and the metric for the effectiveness of an oncology nurse navigator.
- How does perceived informational and managerial continuity affect quality of care? Patients' opinions on the Catalan public health services. Waibel, Sina; Aller, Marta B.; Vargas, Ingrid; Coderch, Jordi; Calero, Sebastià; Abizanda, Mercè; Farré, Joan; Llopart, Josep Ramon; Colomes, Lluis; Cots, Francesc; Luisa Vázquez, M. // International Journal of Integrated Care (IJIC);Oct2014 Annual Conference Supplement, Vol. 14, p111
Introduction: Continuity of care - the patient's experience of connected and coherent care consistent with his or her health needs and personal circumstances  - is essential for achieving high-quality care and should further improve health outcomes. Objective: To explore the patient's...
- Patient narratives on person-centeredness in the integrated care context. Greenfield, Geva; Ignatowicz, Agnieszka Malgorzata; Majeed, Azeem; Harris, Matthew // International Journal of Integrated Care (IJIC);Oct2014 Annual Conference Supplement, Vol. 14, p85
Background: Person-centred care emphasises the benefits of a holistic, humanistic approach that puts patients first and at the centre of clinical care. Person-centeredness is also considered a core element of integrated care. Yet typologies of integrated care mainly describe how patients fit...