A clinician-driven home care delivary system.
National conference on new oncologic agents : practical applications. San Diego CA (USA), 1993/02/04.
The financial, entrepreneurial, administrative, and legal forces acting within the home care arena make it difficult for clinicians to develop and operate home care initiatives within an academic setting.
HomeMed is a clinician-initiated and -directed home care delivery system wholly owned by the University of Michigan.
The advantages of a clinician-directed system include:
Assurance that clinical and patient-based factors are the primary determinants of strategic and procedural decisions;
Responsiveness of the system to clinician needs;
Maintenance of an important role for the referring physician in home care;
Economical clinical research by facilitation of protocol therapy in ambulatory and home settings Reduction of lengths of hospital stays through clinician initiatives.
Mots-clés Pascal : Système santé, Soin, Ambulatoire, A domicile, Etats Unis, Economie santé, Amérique du Nord, Amérique
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Health system, Care, Ambulatory, At home, United States, Health economy, North America, America
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