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The aim of this study was to investigate the health care challenges and needs of Arabic-speaking immigrants with cardiovascular disease, including CVD as the comparable group. Specific health problems and requirements may arise among Arabic-speaking immigrants, as well as English-speaking patients with CVD. Effective health-care services include: effective health care management, accessible care, participation in decision-making, and empowerment. However, only a few English-speaking participants cited these demands as unmet health care needs. Conclusion: According to this report, Arabic-speaking immigrants with CVD may have specific needs, including the need for anonymity, efficient HCP-patient communication that takes into account patients' limited English skills, as well as pharmacist-physician cooperation. According to this, there may be a need to identify a health care solution that will address these patients' health problems and needs.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/pharmacy7040151
Object Objective To inform programs that reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease in Australia, it is necessary to establish a whole-system model. Methods A system dynamics model was developed for a multidisciplinary modelling group. Both the healthcare system and societal perspectives showed that health outcomes were linked to CVD-related deaths and hospitalisations, and that economic outcomes were the net benefit from both the healthcare system and societal perspectives. Between 2019-2039, the effects of strategies were estimated as relative deviations to the firm-as-usual between 2019-2039. Probabilistic sensitivity analysis revealed uncertainty intervals of interquartile ranges. Results The biggest decline in CVD-related deaths was seen in policies that strengthen systems reaction to acute CVD events, but they culminated in an increase in CVD-related hospitalisations as a result of future recurrent admissions. This flow-on effect highlighted the importance of addressing root CVD risks. Overall, strategic planning to reduce the burden of CVD should consider the various effects of policies over time and beyond the health market.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0257760
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