CHRONIC ILLNESS CARE. PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE

CHRONIC ILLNESS CARE. PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE

Editorial:
SPRINGER
Año de edición:
Materia
Medicina Interna
ISBN:
978-3-319-71811-8
Páginas:
575
N. de edición:
1
Idioma:
Inglés
Ilustraciones:
80
Disponibilidad:
Disponible en 2-3 semanas

Descuento:

-5%

Antes:

114,40 €

Despues:

108,68 €

1. Genetic Contributions and Personalized Medicine
2. Race, Ethnicity, and Cultural Influences
3. Chronic Disease Self-Management
4. Tobacco Use and Dependence
5. Promoting Physical Activity
6. Diet and Weight Management
7. Alcohol and Drug Use Disorders
8. Quality of Life and Patient-Centered Outcomes
9. Family and Other Caregivers
10. Domestic Violence, Abuse, and Neglect
11. Peer Support
12. Government Agencies and Community-Based Organizations
13. Screening for Chronic Disease
14. Medication Management and Treatment Adherence
15. Patient-Provider Communication and Interactions
16. Ambulatory Care
17. Emergency Care
18. Acute Hospital Care
19. Acute Rehabilitation Care
20. Nursing Home Care
21. Community Care Alternatives for Older Adults
22. Home Care
23. End-of-Life Care
24. Special Population: Children and Adolescents
25. Special Population: Older Adults
26. Special Population: Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
27. Vulnerable Populations
28. Patient-Centered Medical Home
29. Integrated Behavioral Health Care
30. Transitions of Care
31. Care Management
32. Team-Based Care
33. Direct Primary Care and Concierge Practice
34. Health Information Technology
35. Quality Improvement
36. Social Determinants of Health
37. Environmental Determinants of Health
38. The Life Course
39. Medicare
40. Medicaid
41. Value-Based Payment Models
42. Population Health
43. Health-Care Workforce

This book offers a comprehensive overview to chronic illness care, which is the coordinated, comprehensive, and sustained response to chronic diseases and conditions by a range of health care providers, formal and informal caregivers, healthcare systems, and community-based resources. Using an ecological framework, which looks at the interdependent influences between individuals and their larger environment, this unique text examines chronic illness care at multiple levels and includes sections on the individual influences on chronic illness, the role of family and social networks, and how chronic care is provided across the spectrum of health care settings; from home to clinic to the emergency department to hospital and residential care facilities. The book describes the organizational frameworks and strategies that are needed to provide quality care for chronically ill patients, including behavioral health, care management, transitions of care, and health information technology. The book also addresses the changing workforce needs in health care, and the fiscal models and policies that will be required to meet the needs of this population, with a focus on sustaining the ongoing transformation in health care. This book acts as a major reference for practitioners and students in medicine, nursing, social work, allied health, and behavioral medicine, as well as stakeholders in public health, health policy, and population health.

Features
• Offers practicing physicians and health care professionals a general guide on caring for patients with chronic illness
• Uses an ecological perspective to examine multiple levels that impact chronic illness care, from administrative concerns to a patient’s family
• Includes guidelines on how to work within a team of care professionals to maximize patient care

Authors
• Timothy P. Daaleman, DO, MPH, Professor, Department of Family Medicine, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, USA
• Margaret R. Helton, MD, Professor, Department of Family Medicine, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, USA