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Implementing quality indicators for diabetes and hypertension in family medicine in Slovenia
Zalika Klemenc-Ketiš, Igor Švab, Tonka Poplas-Susič, 2017, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: Introduction: A new form of family practices was introduced in 2011 through a pilot project introducing nurse practitioners as members of team and determining a set of quality indicators. The aim of this article was to assess the quality of diabetes and hypertension management. Methods: We included all family medicine practices that were participating in the project in December 2015 (N=584). The following data were extracted from automatic electronic reports on quality indicators: gender and specialisation of the family physician, status (public servant/self-contracted), duration of participation in the project, region of Slovenia, the number of inhabitants covered by a family medicine practice, the name of IT provider, and levels of selected quality indicators. Results: Out of 584 family medicine practices that were included in this project at the end of 2015, 568 (97.3%) had complete data and could be included in this analysis. The highest values were observed for structure quality indicator (list of diabetics) and the lowest for process and outcome quality indicators. The values of the selected quality indicators were independently associated with the duration of participation in the project, some regions of Slovenia where practices were located, and some IT providers of the practices. Conclusion: First, the analysis of data on quality indicators for diabetes and hypertension in this primary care project pointed out the problems which are currently preventing higher quality of chronic patient management at the primary health care level.
Ključne besede: family practices, healthcare quality indicator, diabetes mellitus, hypertension, Slovenia
Objavljeno v DKUM: 03.11.2017; Ogledov: 1064; Prenosov: 317
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Usefulness of the patient information leaflet (PIL) and information on medicines from professionals : a patient's view
Tonka Poplas-Susič, Zalika Klemenc-Ketiš, Janko Kersnik, 2014, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: Background: The Patient information leaflet (PIL) is an important source of information for every patient. Little is known about whether patients read the PIL and whether it contains useful information. Other sources of drug-related information are professionals (a family practitioner, a pharmacist and a nurse). Informing patients on drugs improves their compliance. The aim of the study was to identify the usefulness of PIL from the perspective of the patient, to assess professionals as a source of drug-related information and to suggest changes that can improve informing and therefore patients' compliances. Methods: Four focus group interviews were conducted across different primary health care centres in the North East of Slovenia. Focus groups were composed of randomly selected patients (in total 20) who were willing to express their views on PILs, on other drug information sources and on possible improvements. A qualitative analysis of the data was based of the transcription of the audiotapes. Results: Patients read the PILs selectively. They were most interested in side effects, contraindications and the purpose of the prescribed drug. Participants reported that the language in PILs is too scientific. In the case they do not understand PILs or they recognise some of the side effects, a majority of participants decide to contact a family physician first, and less frequently a pharmacist or a nurse. A family physician is considered to be the most trustworthy source of information and patients think that pharmacists could play a more active role in patients% education. Conclusion: Current PILs offer enough partial information to patients but need some improvements in terms of better legibility and access to the most crucial information. PIL does not enable a comprehensive information with respect to patient%s health status. Most reliable source of information is considered to be a family practitioner. Pharmacists could play a more active role in the education of patients.
Ključne besede: PIL, focus groups, medicines, family practitioner
Objavljeno v DKUM: 10.05.2017; Ogledov: 1115; Prenosov: 64
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