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Balancing Person-Centered Geriatric Care
Transcript of Balancing Person-Centered Geriatric Care
WMU Center for Gerontology
WMU Medical Humanities Conference
September 27, 2012 Balancing Person-Centered Geriatric Care with Regulations, Technology, and Gizmo Idolatry 1. Knowledge of Geriatric Care
2. Medical Knowledge
3. Pharmaceutical Knowledge
4. Interprofessional Teamwork Clinical Competence 1. Clinical Trials
2. Adverse Effects
3. Cost/Benefit Research Evidence-Based Decisions 1. Family Dynamics
4. Patient/Provider Interpersonal Interaction
5. Comfort With Death
6. Advance Directives Communication 1. Medical Malpractice
4. Hospital/Healthcare Incentives Defensive Medicine 1. New is better.
2. Technology wins.
3. More is better.
4. Can they pay?
5. I will make more money. Gizmo Idolatry Vital Aging
Comfort Values of Person-Centered Geriatric Care Donald A. Barr, Introduction to U.S. Health Policy, Johns Hopkins, 2011.
Bruce Leff and Thomas Finucane, Gizmo Idolatry, JAMA, 2008, 299: 1830-1832.
Comfort Person-Centered Future?
1. Relationship Based Care
2. Nursing Home Culture Change/Greenhouse Project)
3. Cultural Sensitivity
4. Patient Centered Medical Homes/Accountable Care Organizations
5. Avoidance of Hospital Readmissions Bruce Leff and Thomas Finucane, "Gizmo Idolatry" JAMA 2008, 299: 1830-1832.