Innovations and Practices that Influence Patient-Centered Health Care Delivery

Posted On 2021-09-02 14:42:04

The publication of this special series on Innovations and Practices that Influence Patient-Centered Health Care Delivery was intended to report on research that focused on innovative practices and interventions that influence what matters most in health care: the patient.

The 15 papers in this special series all focus on practices in patient-centered care, with some directly addressing issues related to two major global events—the COVID-19 pandemic and racial and social inequities. We hope that this collection improves the experience and outcomes of the most important stakeholder of health care: the patient.

Innovations and Practices that Influence Patient-Centered Health Care Delivery Special Series
Naleef Fareed, Susan Moffatt-Bruce, Ann Scheck McAlearney

Original Article
Patient preferences for health information technologies: a systematic review
Norah L. Crossnohere, Brent Weiss, Sarah Hyman, John F. P. Bridges

Barriers and facilitators to hospital implementation of obstetric emergency safety bundles: a qualitative study
Daniel M. Walker, Matthew J. DePuccio, Ann Scheck McAlearney

Team strategies to manage vulnerable patients’ complex health and social needs: considerations for implementing team-based primary care
Matthew J. DePuccio, Laura E. McClelland, Timothy J. Vogus, Jessica N. Mittler, Sara J. Singer

THRIVE intervention development: using participatory action research principles to guide a mHealth app-based intervention to improve oncology care
Janeane N. Anderson, Rebecca A. Krukowski, Andrew J. Paladino, J. Carolyn Graff, Lee Schwartzberg, Andrea N. Curry, Gregory A. Vidal, Tameka N. Jones, Teresa M. Waters, Ilana Graetz

Training to improve patient-centered electronic health record (EHR) use
Cynthia J. Sieck, Brian Henriksen, Sara Scott, Natasha Kurien, Mark Rastetter

Organizational health and patient safety: a systematic review
Angela C. Brittain, Jane M. Carrington

Association between electronic health record use and quality of care in high Medicaid nursing homes
Ganisher Davlyatov, Justin Lord, Akbar Ghiasi, Robert Weech-Maldonado

Patient and family advisory councils (PFAC) feedback as the voice of health care consumers
Cortney Forward, Cynthia J. Sieck

Review Article
Technological advances to enhance recovery after cardiac surgery
Kevin W. Lobdell, Jehangir J. Appoo, Geoffrey A. Rose, Brian Ferguson, Subhasis Chatterjee

Using area-level measures of social determinants of health to deliver improved and effective health care
Pallavi Jonnalagadda, Christine M. Swoboda, Naleef Fareed

Challenges in the implementation of electronic systems for patient report of symptoms in oncology: a scoping review
Stacey Crane, Karen DiValerio Gibbs, Rebecca Nosich, Yijiong Yang, Elizabeth Pawelek

Case Report
Wearable technology to track activity and distress in breast cancer patients: case series
Warren Smedley, Sue S. Feldman, Carson Ralphs

Editorial Commentary
Aiming for health equity: the bullseye of the quadruple aim
J. Nwando Olayiwola, Mark Rastetter

COVID-19 and primary care physicians: adapting to rapid change in clinical roles and settings
Alden Yuanhong Lai, Samuel C. Thomas, Erin E. Sullivan, Bram P. I. Fleuren, Minakshi Raj, Matthew J. DePuccio, Amber L. Stephenson, Ann Scheck McAlearney

The series “Innovations and Practices that Influence Patient-Centered Health Care Delivery” was commissioned by the editorial office, Journal of Hospital Management and Health Policy without any sponsorship or funding. Naleef Fareed, Ann Scheck McAlearney, Susan D. Moffatt-Bruce are serving as the unpaid Guest Editors for the series.