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Regionalized systems as an approach to perinatal health care

an annotated bibliography

by Barbara Pearce

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Published by CPL Bibliographies in Chicago, Ill .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Maternal health services -- Bibliography.,
    • Infants (Newborn) -- Hospital care -- Bibliography.,
    • Regional medical programs -- Bibliography.,
    • Perinatology -- United States -- Bibliography.,
    • Regional health planning -- United States -- Bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Statementby Barbara Pearce.
      SeriesCPL bibliography ;, no. 54
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ6671.2.M37 P4, RG940 P4
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 81 p. ;
      Number of Pages81
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4262110M
      ISBN 100866020543
      LC Control Number81007867

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Get this from a library. Regionalized systems as an approach to perinatal health care: an annotated bibliography. [Barbara Pearce]. Regionalized systems as an approach to perinatal health care: An annotated bibliography (CPL bibliography) by BARBARA PEARCE ISBN (). Key words access to care, health disparities, hospitals, policy, utilization of health services.

Regionalization of health care is not a new approach, and it may be a critical tool for the survival of rural commu-nity hospitals. Perinatal care regionalization was devel-oped in the s, as it became clear that the neona. Perinatal regionalization can improve health outcomes for mothers and babies, creating a stronger system of Regionalized systems as an approach to perinatal health care book.

But communication and process barriers can get in the way. Here, Dr. Christopher Glantz, MD, MPH, provides strategies for developing a regionalization system that empowers affiliate hospitals as true partners in collaboration.

Author(s): Pearce,Barbara Title(s): Regionalized systems as an approach to perinatal health care, an annotated bibliography/ by Barbara Pearce.

Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Chicago, Ill.: CPL Bibliographies, Regionalized care has been encouraged by policy makers, health care leaders, and professional organizations as an approach to address these high rates of perinatal morbidity and mortality.

The goal of regionalized systems is to improve patient outcomes by directing patients to hospitals with optimal capabilities for a given type of illness or condition. A regionalized system of perinatal care with integrated delivery of services should address the care received by the woman before and during pregnancy, the management of labor and delivery, postpartum care, and neonatal care.

A health care system that is responsive to the needs of families, and especially women, requires strategies to:Price: $ This project’s goal is to eliminate perinatal health disparities by intervention with women and children at risk.

From toinfants died. The IMR was in the bi-state area, which has a high prevalence of poverty, low education, and low health care access. KCHSI serves families in 16 ZIP codes areas. Vision A statewide perinatal quality collaborative that involves all perinatal stakeholders; utilizes data-driven, evidence-based practices; improves perinatal quality resulting in improved birth outcomes, improved health for women and infants, and decreased costs; builds on Illinois’ existing state-mandated Regionalized Perinatal System, and operates with long-term.

Health-care reform could generate major new opportunities to strengthen the central role of neonatology in improving child health in the United States. However, without considerable caution, such reform also could destabilize many of the policies that have facilitated neonatology's most important contributions.

This article anticipates the policy issues of greatest consequence. Read "A regionalized perinatal continuing education programme: successful adaptation to a foreign health care system and language, Medical Education" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands.

I N R E C E N T Y E A R s, the concept of regionalization of perinatal health services has become increasingly popular as a clinical and public health approach toward improving perinatal care. In order to determine the actual extent of Regionalized Perinatal Care Programs (RPCP's), a nationwide survey was conducted in the summer of The first edition of Nutrition Services in Perinatal Carewas written to identify “the personnel, competency levels, and support necessary to provide nutritional assessment and education and services within a regionalized system” of perinatal care (p.

25 In recognition of the current debate about the benef 30, 31, 32, 33, 34 and evolut 35, 36, 37, 38 of regionalized. Perinatal regionalization (PR) is a strategy to improve maternal and perinatal outcomes—particularly the reduction of infant mortality—by establishing systems designating where infants are born or transferred according to the level of care they need at birth.

Regionalized systems assign hospitals risk-appropriate. Additionally, the task force crafted recommendations that aim to use a regionalized and risk-appropriate perinatal system of care approach as a tool for decreasing the number of infant and maternal mortality and morbidity occurrences in the state, and.

Studies in various parts of the country during the s found approximately 20% to 30% of very low-birth-weight (VLBW) infants were already being delivered in level-III hospitals. 12, 15, 17, 18 As regionalized perinatal health care systems were established, the percentage of women who could reasonably be expected to be transferred to a level.

However, more empirical information is needed on the workings of health networks and on how their structures, processes, and systems influence access to high-quality patient care.

Purpose: Using Miller's concept of configuration, we describe the workings of a health network specialized in the provision of neonatal-perinatal care, a specialty.

An official publication of the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN), Perinatal Nursing, Fourth Edition presents up-to-date information based on the most rigorous evidence and offers suggestions for best practices.

This new edition of the authoritative, comprehensive text used by perinatal nurses worldwide features a wealth Reviews:   The Foundation was an early supporter of the idea that later became known as managed care.

In the s, it promoted the idea of prepaid group health plans by funding a number of pioneers who were experimenting with alternative systems for financing and delivering health services—the early forms of health maintenance organizations. The basic concept emphasized in this book is that a coordinated, multidisciplinary approach within a regionalized system of perinatal care is a constant factor improving the quality of pregancy outcomes.

This coordinated multidisciplinary approach has had an impact on perinatal care in three important areas: (1) improved and expanded understanding of the physiology and pathology of the pregnant women, fetus, and neonate; (2) improved health care.

Significantly revised and updated, the new 8th edition of this bestselling manual provides the latest recommendations on quality care of pregnant women, their fetuses, and their newborn infants. Jointly developed by the AAP and ACOG, this unique resource addresses the full spectrum of perinatal medicine from obstetric and pediatric standpoints.

Regionalization of perinatal care can be traced to the development of premature infant centers in the United States during the 's and 's.

While the premature infant centers spread throughout the country during this period, there was little in the way of standards. Established in the ’s, South Carolina’s regionalized perinatal system of care, is now made up of five perinatal centers in four regions that contract with the SC Department of Health.

She takes a public health approach to policy decisions and is committed to strategic alignment across government and the private sector to improve. The first edition of Nutrition Services in Perinatal Care was written to identify ''the personnel, competency levels, and support necessary to provide nutritional assessment and education and services within a regionalized system'' of perinatal care (p.

25 In recognition of the current debate about the benefits 29 – 34 and evolution 34 – 38 of regionalized systems of perinatal care. Regionalization of perinatal care and neonatal transport are key factors for a successful perinatal health system.

Regionalization of perinatal care has long been known to improve neonatal outcomes. 1 The March of Dimes, in their original iteration of Toward Improving the Outcome of Pregnancy instrongly advocated for regionalized perinatal care and development of levels of neonatal care.

In response, health care systems created regional perinatal networks to facilitate antenatal. the Wiltshire Health Care National Health Services Trust, Bath, vened a Perinatal Care Workshop at which it was pro-United Kingdom.

posed that ten principles should underlie perinatal care Address correspondence to Dr. Beverley Chalmers, Old Post in the future (5).

These principles were ratified by a. In the MODBDF published a monograph by the Committee, ‘Toward improving the outcome of pregnancy’, which set down broad guidelines for a systems approach to regional perinatal care. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access.

programs, and Community Health Access and Navigation in Tennessee (CHANT) Action 1: Continue funding the regional perinatal centers each year to maintain a system of regionalized high-risk care, education for health care providers, hour consultation, and transport, as needed, for high-risk pregnancies and infants.

The State Perinatal Program is based on a concept of regionalization of care, a systems approach in which program components in a geographic area are defined and coordinated to ensure that pregnant women and their infants have access to appropriate care.

The state's regional perinatal health care system is composed of five regions. Availability. The second edition of Nutrition Services in Perinatal Care describes two basic types of nutrition services: (1) basic nutrition services, which should be available to all women and infants in the course of usual health care, and (2) special nutrition services, which should be provided to women with health problems that complicate their nutritional care, to preterm infants, and to.

Concurrent with the tremendous advances in perinatal technology, innovation, and knowledge and the movement of neonatal services away from the larger medical centers to smaller facilities (deregionalization), there is an attempt to.

Formal and informal regionalized perinatal care has ensured the availability of facilities for care of high-risk mothers and infants, consultative services to assess the need and co-manage care, and agreements for transfer of care and transport services to ensure a smooth transition of care.

for the Task Force for Pediatric Emergency Mass Critical Care. Description: Introduction. Improved health outcomes are associated with neonatal and pediatric critical care in well-organized, cohesive, regionalized systems that are prepared to support and rehabilitate critically ill victims of a mass casualty event.

Regionalized systems of perinatal care are recommended to ensure that each newborn infant is delivered and cared for in a facility most appropriate for his or her health care needs, when possible, and to facilitate the achievement of opti- mal health outcomes.

Perinatal Regionalization. New York State is committed to ensuring that a pregnant woman and her baby will have ready access to the services they need to improve the chances they will be healthy and that a health care team with the necessary knowledge, skills and technology, will be available to handle any problems they might have.

Michigan had a regionalized approach in the s and s, but the system has since become decentralized, Smith said. There currently are 24 hospitals, many in Southeast Michigan, with neonatal. Background. The availability of neonatal intensive care has improved the outcomes of high-risk infants born either preterm or with serious medical or surgical conditions.

2 – 4 Many of these improvements can be attributed to the concept and implementation of regionalized systems of perinatal care, broadly articulated in the March of Dimes report “Toward Improving the. Perinatal regionalization, or risk-appropriate care, is an approach that classifies facilities based on capabilities to ensure women and infants receive care at a facility that aligns with their risk.

The CDC designed the Levels of Care Assessment Tool (LOCATe) to assist jurisdictions working in risk-appropriate care in assessing a facility's. NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Department of Health’s role related to Ballad Health’s certificate of public advantage is to provide active supervision, to improve the health and well-being of the region and to maintain access to high-quality health care.

These goals guide the department’s data-centered approach in evaluating any plans, strategies and tactics proposed by Ballad Health.

The Maternal and newborn health programme works to make pregnancy safer, improving the health of and care for mothers and babies through a holistic multidisciplinary approach. Many of the main causes of deaths can be avoided through basic, effective and low-cost interventions: an.

4. Children's Health Initiatives; 5. The Changing Approach to Managed Care; 6. Integrating Acute and Long-Term Care for the Elderly; 7. The Workers' Compensation Health Initiative; 8. Sound Partners for Community Health; 9. The Regionalized Perinatal Care Program; Improving Dental Care; Partnership Among National Foundations.Promoting Effective Perinatal Care Essential Antenatal, Perinatal and Postpartum Care Training modules WHO multidisciplinary in approach.

It is also sensitive to a holistic approach to care, health systems and health providers with the aim of reducing maternal and infant mortality and morbidity and promoting family planning.