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The project carries out the CCIP (Chronic Care Improvement Program) to alleviate the heart problem of people suffering from heart failure. The time frame of the program is within 6 months between January 1, 2015 and June 30, 2015. The total population consist of 1,606 people, and out of all the 1,606 target population enrolled for the program, 0 is the numerator and the denominator is 45. Thus, 45 participants are eligible to receive program interventions. Based on the results of the PBP (Plan Benefit Package), the inpatient PBP 002 diagnosed for heart failure are 1,606 target population and the care management declined by 5% in 2014, representing a total reduction of 5% compared to 7% reduction 3 years ago.
In the additional intervention of the program, the target population selected are 1,606, where 1 meets the inclusion criteria and 11 participants are eligible to receive the program intervention. The goal of 7% reduction achieved 3 years ago was not achieved in 2015 since 5% reduction was achieved in 2015.
Added intervention reveals that 11 PBP 002 members of the CCP population has been diagnosed for the heart failure (HF)who have been enrolled within the first 6 months of 2015. The key aspect of the results is...
Moreover, out of 10 CHF members, 7(70%) had more than one goals completed.
Typically, the goal of heart failure diagnosed reduction has not been achieved because results carried out within 6 months in 2015 reveals 0% reduction compared to 5% reduction of annual report carried in 2014. The results also reveal that year 3 goal was not met since it was anticipated that there would be 7% in reduction in admissions. Thus, the paper, suggests that there is a need to carry out a comprehensive plan to provide more health education to assist patients to enhance a lifestyle change and adhere to effective medication plan.
The time frame used to carry out the program was within 6 months between
January 1, 2015 and June 30, 2015.The target population are 156 people with chronic heart failure. However, out of all the 156 target population enrolled for the program, the inclusion criteria are 0 since the numerator is 0…
PICOT Population/Patient Adults with congestive heart failure requiring hospitalization Intervention Heart Failure education (signs, symptoms, pathophysiology), self-care interventions (diet, fluid restrictions, sodium dietary restrictions, review of medications, exercise recommendations, weight monitoring), patient support (telephone support, increased clinic visits, home visits, social support, psychological support, multidisciplinary care). Comparison Usual care vs. intervention, one intervention vs. another intervention Readmission rates (all causes), length of hospital stay, health care utilization, mortality rates (all causes), quality of life. Timeframe One Month follow up Question In
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