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Characteristics of elderly home health patients
by [U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics in [Hyattsville, Md.] (6525 Becrest Rd., Hyattsville 20782)
Written in English
|Statement||by Esther Hing.|
|Series||DHHS publication -- no. (PHS) 94-1250., NCHS advance data -- no. 247., NCHS advancedata -- no. 247.|
|Contributions||National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 p. :|
|Number of Pages||12|
The demographic characteristics of our care home sample were consistent irrespective of the number of markers, whether identified with or without a specific care home residence Read code or whether identified through postcode linkage and household structure, independent of the consultation record ().By contrast, patients identified with just one marker of care home residence, our undetermined. Critical Thinking in Home Health: Skills to Assess, Analyze, and Act is an easy-to-read resource that explains the principles of critical thinking and how to encourage nurses to use critical thinking methods. This essential book covers how to lead classroom sessions for new graduate nurses and experienced.
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Introduction. The home health care delivery system in the United States has expanded as the demand for the care of acute/chronic health problems increased, particularly among the growing elderly population (Kirby & Lau, ).Medicare-certified home health agencies grew in number from 6, in to 10, in (Dey, Johnson, Pagerowski, Tanamor, & Ward, ) and provided care for . Discharges to home health care vs SNFs did vary by DRG, with discharge to home health care more common than discharge to an SNF after hospitalizations for total knee or hip replacement (% vs %), congestive heart failure (% vs %), and pneumonia (% vs %), but less common after hospitalizations for sepsis (% vs %) and.
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Get this from a library. Characteristics of elderly home health patients: preliminary data from the National Home and Hospice Care Survey. [Esther Hing; National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.)].
Get this from a library. Characteristics of elderly home health care users: data from the National Home Hospice Care Survey. [Achintya N Dey; National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.)]. Home Health Care. Although expenditures for home health benefits represented only about percent of total Medicare outlays inthey have been one of the fastest growing components of the program.
The number of Medicare-certified home health agencies grew from slightly over 2, in to almost 6, in (Gornick and Hall, ).Cited by: The median age of home health clients was years.
Nurses conducted 70% of all home visits, identified client problems, and provided o interventions. Between admission and dismissal, clients improved by at least point on three 5-point problem-specific outcome subscales (Knowledge, Behavior, and Status).Cited by: Characteristics of elderly home health care users: data from the National Home and Hospice Care Survey Article in Advance data January with 8 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
patients to have had an inpatient + Compared with home health care. service, Characteristics of elderly home health patients book payment source. stay immediately prior to receiving male patients 65 years and over, home health care (Figure 3).
females were more likely to have Male home health care patients. received home health care for 1 year. health care utilization, and health behaviors. Conclusion —Health disparities exist across subgroups of older adults and vary by age.
Keywords: National Health Interview Survey c elderly c health status c Controlhealth. behaviors. Introduction. Healthy aging injuryhas emerged as one of the major public health opportunities of the 21st century. Characteristics of Elderly Nursing Home Residents: Data From the National Nursing Home Survey by Achintya N.
Dey, A.M., Division of Health Care Statistics Introduction Older persons, in general, prefer recovering from an illness in their own residence instead of in a nursing home (1). Despite their preferences, admission. Home health care has the potential to play an integral role in managing and treating many symptoms of these age-related health conditions.
In fact, the majority (70%) of home health care patients are 65 years of age and older (U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, ). Home health care offers several advantages over hospital-based health care. HOMEHEALTHCARE Health Promotion and Disease Prevention in Home Care G H'ome care services are either episodic or intermit- tent, according to the individual client,s status.*.Dey 1reports that in and% of men and % of women receiving home care recovered or their conditions were stabilized, and they no longer needed home care.
Table 2 shows the relationship between patient characteristics and satisfaction. Seventy-two percent of patients were satisfied with telemedicine, but only patient location showed a significant difference for patient satisfaction (PPatients at home (82%) were more satisfied than patients.
The use of Medicare home health (HH) nursing services in the US has grown significantly in the past decade, with approximately million Medicare beneficiaries receiving HH services in These include skilled nursing, rehabilitation, physical therapy, and other services provided to eligible homebound patients and paid for by Medicare, typically following discharge from.
Health characteristics of elderly personal care home care residents The purpose of this descriptive study was to explore the health characteristics of elderly personal care home residents.
Personal care homes are community‐based facilities that provide living arrangements, assistance with basic needs and protective oversight. Get this from a library. Characteristics of elderly men and women discharged from home health care services, United States, [Achintya N Dey; National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.)].
Centers for cardiac rehabilitation, home health care for bed-bound elderly people, home care for respiratory-dependent people, and hospice care for the terminally ill are a few examples of tertiary health care community settings.
Preventive health care serves people of all ages and at all levels of health. Improving access to health care means. As health care professionals adjust their expectations regarding anticipated survival rates for such disease processes, they become more willing to offer life-extending treatments to the elderly than in previous years.
Still, it remains possible to make technological improvements to home elder care. OBJECTIVE: Despite the growth of geriatric home health services, little is known about the mental health needs of geriatric patients seen in their authors report the distribution, correlates, and treatment status of DSM-IV major depression in a random sample of elderly patients receiving home health care for medical or surgical problems.
Other characteristics associated with homebound older adults consistent with other research studies included older age or those under 64 years and poorer health (i.e., more chronic conditions, more prescription drugs and more hospitalizations), 15, 16, 18, 19 Those under 64 years, who by definition are disabled to qualify for Medicare.
Patient, Home Health Stay, and Agency Characteristics. Estimated mean characteristics pertaining to the study population are shown in Table 2. On average, elderly home health patients were taking 11 medications, with 21% taking 15 or more. Slightly fewer than half had documented pain at the most recent home health visit.
In a pilot study of telemedicine in home health services (HHS) for elderly patients, we implemented and evaluated a telemedicine system with a kbs narrow-band approach to determine its effectiveness in providing quality services.
Fifty patients were selected for the study. Lack of help-seeking may not be a result of a lack of willingness to seek help but, instead, a result of a lack of knowledge about mental health services and the types of treatment available Education programs for elderly care recipients may be one way to overcome these barriers to mental health care,57 Other barriers include the stigma.that affect patient health and safety in this setting.
Methods: A convenience sample of 1, home health aides, attendants, and personal care workers completed a risk assessment survey.
Items addressed personal, patient, and home characteristics and health hazards. All activities had prior Institutional Review Board approval. Preliminary Results.Key Results. In38% (95% CI: 36–41) of elderly home health patients were taking at least one PIM. Polypharmacy was associated with an increased risk of PIM use; admission to home health care from a nursing home or other sub-acute facility (compared to admission from the community) and a payment source other than Medicare or Medicaid were associated with a decreased risk of PIM use.