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Title: Component 1: Introduction to Health Care and Public Health in the U.S.


1
Component 1 Introduction to Health Care and
Public Health in the U.S.
  • Unit 3 Delivering Healthcare (Part 2)
  • Introduction and definitions

2
Objectives Of This Unit
  • 1. Describe the organization of clinical health
    care delivery in the outpatient setting, and the
    organization of outpatient health care
  • 2. Describe the organization of ancillary health
    care delivery in the outpatient setting
  • 3. Discuss the role of different healthcare
    providers, with an emphasis on the delivery of
    care in an interdisciplinary setting

3
Outpatient Care
  • Outpatient not hospitalized
  • Patient visits an "outpatient facility" for care
  • Outpatient facilities
  • Physicians offices
  • Primary care offices
  • Specialty care offices
  • Single specialty or multispecialty offices

4
Outpatient Care
  • Outpatient facilities (continued)
  • Dental offices
  • General dentists or specialists
  • Medical and diagnostic laboratories
  • Urgent Care Centers
  • Mental Health Clinics
  • Alcohol and Substance Abuse Treatment Center
  • Outpatient Surgical Centers

5
Outpatient Care
  • Outpatient facilities (continued)
  • Physical and Occupational Therapy Centers
  • Home Health
  • Hospice Care
  • Outpatient care, for the patient, usually
    revolves around Primary Care

6
What Is Primary Care?
  • The care provided by certain clinicians
  • Primary care medical specialties are
  • family medicine
  • general internal medicine
  • general pediatrics
  • obstetrics and gynecology
  • Do only physicians provide primary care?
  • nurse practitioners, physician assistants

7
What Is Primary Care?
  • A level of care or setting
  • Other levels
  • Secondary care
  • Tertiary care
  • Primary care is the entry point to a system
  • Ambulatory versus inpatient care

8
What Is Primary Care?
  • A strategy for organizing the health care system
    as a whole
  • Example community-oriented primary care
  • Greater emphasis on community-based health care
  • Lesser emphasis hospital-based, acute-care
    medicine

9
The Patient-Clinician Relationship
10
What Is Primary Care?
  • The narrow view
  • If Primary first in time or order
  • Then primary care ground floor of health care
    delivery
  • The broad view
  • If Primary chief or main
  • Then primary care central to health care

11
What Is Primary Care?
  • A set of attributes
  • The 1978 IOM definition
  • Care that is
  • Accessible
  • Comprehensive
  • Coordinated
  • Continuous
  • Perspectives
  • The patient and family
  • The community
  • The ecosystem

12
What Is Primary Care?
  • The definition of primary care adopted by the IOM
    Committee on the Future of Primary Care
  • Primary care is the provision of integrated,
    accessible health care services by clinicians who
    are accountable for addressing a large majority
    of personal health care needs, developing a
    sustained partnership with patients, and
    practicing in the context of family and
    community.

13
What Is Primary Care?
  • Integrated -- provision of services that are
  • Comprehensive
  • Coordinated
  • Continuous
  • A seamless process of care combining events and
    information that occur in different settings

14
What Is Primary Care?
  • Accessible how easy is it for patients to
    initiate an interaction for any health problem
    with a clinician?
  • What are the efforts to eliminate barriers to
    patient care?
  • Health care services array of services that are
    performed by health care professionals for the
    purpose of promoting, maintaining or restoring
    health

15
What Is Primary Care?
  • Clinician means an individual who uses a
    recognized scientific knowledge base and has the
    authority to direct the delivery of personal
    health services to patients.
  • Patient means an individual who interacts with a
    clinician either because of illness or for health
    promotion and disease prevention.

16
What Is Primary Care?
  • Sustained partnership -- the relationship
    established between the patient and clinician
    with the mutual expectation of continuation over
    time.

17
What Is Primary Care?
  • Accountable care primary care clinicians and
    the systems in which they operate in are
    responsible to their patients and communities for
  • quality of care
  • patient satisfaction
  • efficient use of resources
  • ethical behavior

18
What Is Primary Care?
  • Majority of personal health care needs
  • primary care clinicians are trained to diagnose
    and manage a large majority of problems that
    patients present with
  • When appropriate, primary care clinicians may
    involve specialists
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