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A Participative Model: Pediatric Remote Care of Chronic Conditions
Transcript of A Participative Model: Pediatric Remote Care of Chronic Conditions
changes in the life of a child above-average amounts of medical care can be treated but not cured 1980s 1990s 2000s today disease management began to take shape with blood glucose monitoring
National Committee of Quality Assurance certified disease management programs pharmacutical companies took a hold of disease management financial rewards of disease management programs noted
Medicare Modernization Act of 2003 developed chronic care programs vast opportunities "many payers still don't apply disease management to all five core chronic conditions" (Matheson, 2006) delayed gratification feeling normal (K., 2010) loss aversion content for the role the maternal vs. paternal role families' support and authoritative parenting transitioning care management public view of clinical systems value-add to collecting data at home business process management digital device upload view of our patient texting and flash drives ROI Reaching patients throughout the continuum of care Addressing multiple chronic conditions A Participative Model: Pediatric Remote Care of Chronic Conditions Amanda McCook
401: American Healthcare System
March 10, 2011 Thank you.
1 2 3 Chronic Conditions in Pediatrics (Matheson, 2006) (Morris) (Doheny, 2007)