Articles with tag: «patient-centered medicine»
2022 № 11 Development of patient-centered services in medical organizations
The development of patient-oriented means of interaction between citizens and organizations of the participants of the modern “digital interaction” system is a current trend in the field of medical information technology. The formed principles of digital transformation of healthcare, which are carried out within the framework of the federal project “Creation of a unified digital contour in healthcare based on the unified state health information system (UGISZ) ”. National Project “Health Care”, provide ample opportunities for designing and developing new applied solutions in terms of requests from medical organizations for modern domestic IT tools for “communication” with patients.
The aim of the article is to analyze and describe the current level of development of patient-oriented software products and methods of their development.
As a result, the software “Personal account of the patient “Interin LC”, developed on the basis of research and running on a stack of freely distributed software, is described.
2020 № 9 From patient-centered medicine to 4p-medicine: the semantic aspect of the trend
The step-by-step guidelines for the formation, development and implementation of the direction defined as “patient-oriented medicine” in the scientific and practical segments of healthcare are presented. It reflects not only the historical aspect of
this semantic plot, but also gives a characteristic of the diverse models of interaction between subjects – a doctor and a patient.
The analysis of definitions of “patient-oriented medicine” in the framework of foreign and domestic scientific schools, as well as
the analysis of the relationship of the pattern with the new concept of health care development – 4P-medicine is given. The structure of the 4R-medicine concept is characterized, the ideological implications of the prospects for its development are given. The legislative and organizational initiatives for the development of patient-oriented medicine are outlined.
2022 № 2 Telerehabilitation of post-stroke patients: current trends in the Russian healthcare system
With age, the risk of stroke increases significantly, but at the same time, there are tendencies for an increase in its prevalence in young and middle-aged people, which determines the urgency of the problem of rehabilitation treatment after stroke both in the world and in Russia. The use of digital technologies in neurorehabilitation can be very multifaceted and extensive. Telerehabilitation as an innovative direction of telemedicine is an important aspect within the framework of the national project «Healthcare» and the program «Digital Economy of the Russian Federation».
P u r p o s e of the study is to analysis of the Russian experience of organizing and conducting telerehabilitation of post-stroke period in the context of the digital transformation of the healthcare system in Russia.
M a t e r i a l s a n d m e t h o d s . The article used technologies for searching and selecting information using search engines (www. google.ru, www.yandex.ru), specialized and bibliographic databases (PubMed, eLIBRARY.RU), methods of analysis and synthesis, analytical data processing.
R e s u l t s . The study showed that telerehabilitation has a high clinical value of adherence to the treatment of patients of post-stroke period and is not a separate type of medical activity, but an innovative therapeutic and prophylactic method that expands the possibilities of therapy and improves the process of interaction in the «doctor-patient» and «doctor-doctor» communication systems.
This technology of restorative telemedicine makes it possible to increase the level of scientific knowledge, skills and abilities of healthcare organizers and medical workers in order to strengthen the national healthcare system of Russia, as well as to rationally use the scientific and practical potential of digital solutions in interdisciplinary interaction of specialists dealing with medical neurorehabilitation, significantly expanding the coverage of the population telerehabilitation services after a stroke.
F i n d i n g s . Despite the positive experience of some medical organizations in Russia in the use of telerehabilitation, this direction is still in its infancy and is likely to develop in the coming years for the rehabilitation of many stroke patients, which will help healthcare organizers, doctors and patients and other interdisciplinary specialists effectively and interact seamlessly in the digital health ecosystem in the context of the development of patient-centered medicine.