Assessing Satisfaction in Health and Long Term Care

Practical Approaches to Hearing the Voices of Consumers

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

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Subjects:

  • Care of the elderly,
  • Practice Of Medicine,
  • Nursing - Oncology & Cancer,
  • Physician-Patient Interaction,
  • methods,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Practice Management & Reimbursement,
  • Medical,
  • Patient Satisfaction,
  • Health Care Delivery,
  • Terminal Care,
  • Data Collection,
  • Physician & Patient

Edition Notes

ContributionsRobert Applebaum (Editor), Jane K. Straker (Editor), Scott Geron (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages142
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8165636M
ISBN 100826113052
ISBN 109780826113054

This paper aimed to investigate the relationships between participative leadership (PL), administrative quality (AQ), medical quality (MQ), and patient satisfaction (PS) using the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award Healthcare Criteria (MBNQA) criteria. The study further examined the intervening influence of administrative quality and medical quality on the relationship between Cited by: With the global aging population, providing effective long-term care has been promoted and emphasized for reducing the hospitalizations of the elderly and the care burden to hospitals and governments. Under the scheme of Long-term Care Project (LTCP ), initiated in Taiwan, two types of long-term care services, i.e., institutional care and home care, are provided for the elderly with Author: Paul Kai Yuet Siu, Valerie Tang, King Lun Choy, Hoi Yan Lam, George To Sum Ho.   Healthcare organizations are working diligently to improve patient satisfaction and the patient experience of care. After all, patient experience of care is a critical quality domain used to evaluate hospital performance under the CMS Hospital Value-Based Purchasing (VBP) Program (accounts for 25 percent of a hospital’s VBP score)—and comes with the potential for a penalty or bonus. satisfaction was chosen. These measurement models are used because their use is appropriate and corresponds to the research problem. ACSI is used to measure overall customer satisfaction with service delivery because it combines responses to three questions that ask .

and at times the lowest in rates of satisfaction with pain management, emotional support and doctor-patient-family communication (6). The very reason that residents are admitted to long term care and rehabilitation facilities, the loss of function and/or increased care needs for an illness or injury, make it . Directing an Alzheimer’s/Dementia Care Unit 7 Julie Priest-Young, MS, ACC Julie Priest-Young is the owner and principle consultant of a social services/activites consulting company in Indiana. She has over 18 years of experience in long term care, has authored several policy and procedureFile Size: 1MB. is a rapid access, point-of-care medical reference for primary care and emergency clinicians. Started in , this collection now contains interlinked topic pages divided into a tree of 31 specialty books and chapters.   The model of care set out in the new document builds on the US models from Evercare and Kaiser Permanente. The model of care. The aim of the model is to improve the health and quality of life of those who have long-term conditions by providing personalised, systematic and ongoing support.

manages Medicaid Long Term Care (LTC) services and conducts survey research to evaluate consumer satisfaction with LTC programs and services. Since , DAIL has been conducting an annual consumer survey assessing satisfaction with services and overall quality of life provided byFile Size: 1MB. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Recent Findings on Frontline Long-Term Care Workers: A Research Synthesis Lauren Harris-Kojetin, Debra Lipson, Jean Fielding, Kristen Kiefer and Robyn I. Stone Institute for the Future of Aging Services May PDF Version. Many states deliver services to Medicaid beneficiaries via managed care arrangements. Federal regulations at 42 CFR set forth quality assessment and performance improvement requirements for states that contract with managed care organizations (MCOs) and/or prepaid inpatient health plans (PIHPs). These requirements include the development and drafting of a managed care quality . Though the use of a standing desk for six months in an overweight group of administrative hospital employees did not produce expected changes in long term health outcomes, employees reported significant improvements in overall workplace satisfaction. Future work is required to more sensitively gauge changes in long term health outcomes.

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Results. Our findings support that there is a strong positive association between patient satisfaction level and healthcare provision indicators, such as nurses and physicians perhabitants, with the latter being the most important contributor, and a negative association between patient satisfaction level and number of hospital by: Drawing from their own research, the authors have created a book that answers the much asked questions about how to access the satisfaction of health and long-term care recipients successfully.

Designed to be practical in its application, the book includes many examples of questions and approaches used to access consumer satisfaction. Get this from a library. Assessing satisfaction in health and long term care: practical approaches to hearing the voices of consumers.

[Robert Applebaum; Jane K Straker; Scott Geron;] -- Drawing from their own research, the authors have created a book that answers the much asked questions about how to access the satisfaction of health and long-term care recipients successfully.

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Despite a distinguished intellectual tradition now decades old, the routine assessment of quality is rarely linked with the day-to-day management of health care systems or with the decisions made by individual and aggregate purchasers of health by:   Consumer Satisfaction in Long-Term Care: State Initiatives in Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Facilities Timothy J.

Lowe, MSW Address correspondence to Timothy J. Lowe, MSW, LSW, LNHA, Rutgers University, Institute for Health, Health Care Policy, and Aging Research, 30 College Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ Cited by: Scales for assessing patient satisfaction with mental health care: A systematic review Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Psychiatric Research February with 5, Reads.

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Formerly a practicing nurse, Ms. Acello was also a director of nursing and a long-term care facility consultant/5(8). Quality of health care is defined as a degree of performance in relation to a defined standard of interventions known to be safe and have the capacity to improve health within available resources [].The patient satisfaction perspective of hospital care had gained more attention in recent years and studies have shown that patients are most satisfied with interpersonal interactions, such as Cited by: care (see box).

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Rationale. Improving end-of-life care (EOLC) in long-term care (LTC) homes requires quality measurement tools that assess families’ satisfaction with care. This research adapted and pilot-tested an EOLC satisfaction measure (Canadian Health Care Evaluation Project (CANHELP) Lite Questionnaire) for use in LTC to measure families&#x; perceptions of the EOLC experience and to be self Cited by: 4.

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Development of an instrument to measure satisfaction with care in nursing home and adult day health care patients. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association, Washington, DC. Google ScholarCited by: Washington, DC – The American Health Care Association (AHCA) today said statistically-based nursing home employee satisfaction surveys, like resident and family satisfaction surveys, are integral to the long term care profession’s ongoing quality improvement efforts, and noted that the growing prevalence of consumer-driven data like that compiled by the applied research company, ‘My.

Quality of health care has recently been defined by an IOM committee (h) as the degree to which health services for individuals and populations increase the likelihood of desired health outcomes and are consistent with current professional key concepts in this definition involve a broad view of health services; a focus on both individuals and populations; an expansive concept.

Patient satisfaction is an important measure of healthcare quality as it offers information on the provider’s success at meeting clients’ expectations and is a key determinant of patients’ perspective behavioral intention.

The aim of this paper is first to assess the degree of patient satisfaction, and second, to study the relationship between patient satisfaction of healthcare system Cited by: The responsiveness of health systems to the needs of the population is an important part of the evaluation of health care 27 and is best measured through patients’ evaluations of the care they have received.

28 By unpacking the patients’ experiences for those with and without long-term conditions, this study corroborates the finding of the. "Most long-term care organizations are still stuck in a volume-based mindset," said Brown.

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Employers concerned about improving job satisfaction should consider employees’ perceptions of their jobs. The purpose of this study was to identify the best predictors of job satisfaction within long-term care (LTC) facilities.

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