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Tytuł pozycji:

The Quality of Primary Care in a Country with Universal Health Care Coverage

Tytuł :
The Quality of Primary Care in a Country with Universal Health Care Coverage
Autorzy :
Collet, Tinh-Hai
Salamin, Sophie
Zimmerli, Lukas
Kerr, Eve A
Clair, Carole
Picard-Kossovsky, Michel
Vittinghoff, Eric
Battegay, Edouard
Gaspoz, Jean-Michel
Cornuz, Jacques
Rodondi, Nicolas
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Temat :
Quality of Health Care/standards
Retrospective Studies
ddc:613
Preventive Medicine
Switzerland
Aged
Middle Aged
Cardiovascular Diseases/prevention & control
Health Services Accessibility/standards
Quality Indicators, Health Care
Follow-Up Studies
Universal Coverage/standards
Cohort Studies
Original Research
Aged, 80 and over
Female
Humans
Primary Prevention/standards
Statistics as Topic
Male
Źródło :
Journal of Internal Medicine, Vol. 26, No 7 (2011) pp. 724-30
Journal of General Internal Medicine, vol. 26, no. 7, pp. 724-730
Wydawca :
Springer-Verlag, 2011.
Rok publikacji :
2011
Kolekcja :
Archive_ouverte_UNIGE
RERO_DOC_Digital_Library
Serveur_academique_lausannois
Oryginalny identyfikator :
pmc: PMC3138580
pmid: 21424868
Opis pliku :
application/pdf
Język :
English
ISSN :
1525-1497
0954-6820
DOI :
10.1007/s11606-011-1674-0
BACKGROUND: Standard indicators of quality of care have been developed in the United States. Limited information exists about quality of care in countries with universal health care coverage.OBJECTIVE: To assess the quality of preventive care and care for cardiovascular risk factors in a country with universal health care coverage.DESIGN AND PARTICIPANTS: Retrospective cohort of a random sample of 1,002 patients aged 50-80 years followed for 2 years from all Swiss university primary care settings.MAIN MEASURES: We used indicators derived from RAND's Quality Assessment Tools. Each indicator was scored by dividing the number of episodes when recommended care was delivered by the number of times patients were eligible for indicators. Aggregate scores were calculated by taking into account the number of eligible patients for each indicator.KEY RESULTS: Overall, patients (44% women) received 69% of recommended preventive care, but rates differed by indicators. Indicators assessing annual blood pressure and weight measurements (both 95%) were more likely to be met than indicators assessing smoking cessation counseling (72%), breast (40%) and colon cancer screening (35%; all p < 0.001 for comparisons with blood pressure and weight measurements). Eighty-three percent of patients received the recommended care for cardiovascular risk factors, including > 75% for hypertension, dyslipidemia and diabetes. However, foot examination was performed only in 50% of patients with diabetes. Prevention indicators were more likely to be met in men (72.2% vs 65.3% in women, p < 0.001) and patients < 65 years (70.1% vs 68.0% in those a parts per thousand yen65 years, p = 0.047).CONCLUSIONS: Using standardized tools, these adults received 69% of recommended preventive care and 83% of care for cardiovascular risk factors in Switzerland, a country with universal coverage. Prevention indicator rates were lower for women and the elderly, and for cancer screening. Our study helps pave the way for targeted quality improvement initiatives and broader assessment of health care in Continental Europe.

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