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Ben RHM II - LZG.NRW

Ben RHM II - LZG.NRW

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T i m e Benchmarking Regional Health Management II (Ben RHM II) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Illus. 3: Reference framework – breast cancer - screening and care 1.1 Undiagnosed Diagnosed with Cancer A c t i o n L e v e l: “Policies and Interventions Aiming at …” The Individual / Immediate Setting • Access to information on factors causing breast cancer and genetic determinants of breast cancer for persons at risk & their families • Initiation and promotion of manual breast selfexamination • Easy access to mammography screening programmes for women 50-69 years • Informed consent with high standard information • Respecting right not to know • Information about alternative strategies • Active offer of additional conversations according to patients’ needs • Psycho-social care • Treatment of patients by interdisciplinary teams in dedicated breast centres • Empowerment of patients to encourage to exercise their rights in participation • Access of patients to information assessing the quality of the care provider • Psycho-social counselling • Offer of follow-up care • Home-help is reimbursed by health insurances • Cures are financed by health insurances The Population • Availability of genetic counselling and testing for women from families with breast cancer history • Self-awareness campaigns • Area-wide mammography screening programme according to EUREF • Identification and invitation of eligible women (every two/three years) • Invitation system for mammography screening • Agenda-Setting in the media • Promotion via local authorities, PCPs etc. Mutual-help groups (should): • be supported (by physicians etc.) • participate in development and quality assurance of health/disease management programmes • Establishment of psychological support centres - 50 - The Social System, the Legislative, Professions • Establishments of seals of approval for trustworthy information • Initiation and support of research • Reimbursement of nonmammography breast examinations by physicians (ultrasound, manual) • Clear strategy according to EUREF guidelines • Establishment of specialized breast centres according to EUREF guidelines • Breast centres have possibilities for triple assessment (clinical, mammogram, biopsies) • Education of physicians and the political community regarding the risks and benefits of mammography screening • Education of technicians/radiologists • Establishment of cancer/breastcancer registers • Obligatory reporting • Training the competence of communication of health professionals (doctors, nurses) • Development of DMPs (see Glossary)/Integrated Care • Policies & initiatives to train breast cancer workforce • Establishment of specialized centres (with defined minimum number of primary therapy) • Certification of centres (according to EUSOMA) • Establishment of internationally recognised performance indicators (e.g. mastectomy rates) • Improvement of competence of physicians, nurses, staff etc. to communicate with patients • Consideration of psychological factors in guidelines • Improvement of psycho-social competence of health professionals • Implementation of guidelines for rehabilitation • Improvement of ambulant rehabilitation • Establishment of severely handicapped passes (and other benefits) • Cosmetic implants are covered by insurance • Resource allocation for breast cancer research • Strategy to integrate research outcomes into care programmes/practice Overall Goal: Reach 30% reduction in breast cancer mortality [Mortality], [Detection rate], [5year survival rate; 10-year survival rate]; [Fatality]; [Incidence] Strategic Points [Indicators] • Educate persons about factors causing breast cancer • Improve scientific knowledge about factors causing breast cancer • Support other examination methods than mammography • Raise self-awareness • Extend mammography screening: participation rate >70% among women between 50-69 years [Participation rate] • Increase the validity and accuracy of mammograms reading • Reduce unnecessary biopsies • Raise the acceptability of mammography screening • Promote mammography screening programmes in public • Improve the screening education of professionals • Improve surveillance • Set ethical standards for screening • Improve responding of care to individual needs • Monitor patient satisfaction • Improve education of professionals • Improve quality of care • More involvement of mutual-help groups • Promote patient education • Involve patients in decisionmaking process • Improve quality of life • Assure follow-up • Improve rehabilitation • Give research high priority

T i m e Benchmarking Regional Health Management II (Ben RHM II) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Illus. 4: Reference framework – diabetes (type II) – pimary prevention, screening, secondary and tertiary prevention Primary Prevention Screening Secondary Prevention Tertiary Prevention The Individual / Immediate Setting • Community oriented prevention / setting approaches • Social-medical counselling • Check-ups for people who see doctors for other reasons • General screening, preferably one-step screening should be offered to each pregnant woman. • Screening for overweight pregnant women • Promotion of self-testing • Offer of patient education/seminars about self-care and lifestyle • Involvement of patients and families in planning the delivery of care • Education of patients’ families about self-care and lifestyle • Patient training • Offer of seminars (smoking, alcohol, overweight) • Screening for complications • Management of long term & fatal complications • Annual foot exams among people with diabetes • Treatment of elevated blood pressure • Dilated/annual eye exam A c t i o n L e v e l The Population • Information about consequences of unhealthy lifestyles • Provision of evidence based information • Addiction prevention programmes • Health promotion campaigns • Lifestyle oriented prevention campaigns (e.g. campaigns on healthy food) • Motivating measures to increase participation in health check ups in target groups • People from 35 years on: regular health check-ups: urine, glucose, blood pressure, weight, blood lipids • Regular health check-ups for people with family history in diabetes • Screening in individuals with abdominal adiposity (men), hypertriglyceridaemia (women), hypertension, and parental diabetes history. • Broadly based screening programs looking for metabolic and cardiovascular risk factors and for early disturbances of carbohydrate metabolism particularly in middle-age groups • Information campaigns • Provision of education programmes for patients Mutual-help groups (should): • be supported (by physicians etc.) • participate in development and quality assurance of health/disease management programmes • Strategy for detection and management of long-term & fatal complications - 51 - The Social System, the Legislative, the State, Professions • Implementation of antiobesity programmes • Implementation of education programmes • Creation of living conditions that promote healthy living (e.g sidewalks to motivate people in cities to walk, healthy food in schools etc.) • Establishment of seals of approval for trustworthy information • Impact on cultural lifestyle habits (taxations, prohibitions etc.) • Consumer protection laws (e.g. nutritional information) • Financing of preventive check-ups • Evidence based strategy in place for prevention of diabetes type 2, including monitoring and evaluation components • Investment in professional development of workforce • Provision of education programmes for professionals • Improvement of competence of physicians, nurses, staff etc. to communicate with patients • Training of competence of communication of health professionals (doctors, nurses) • DMPs (see Glossary) /Integrated Care • Assurance of insulin provision (different types, sufficient insulin) • Assurance of test strips provision • Raising awareness of health professionals • Incentives for health professionals to detect complications Overall Goals: Reduce diabetes-related deaths Strategic Points [Indicators] • Reduce cases of diabetes [Prevalence] • Prevent new cases of diabetes [Incidence] • Improve the education of the population about lifestyle dependent health risks • Promote healthier lifestyles • Raise uptake rate of medical, preventive check-ups • Identify more persons at higher risk • Identify more persons with diabetes • Raise uptake of examinations for early detection • Reduce mortality • Improvement of the education of professionals • Achieve pregnancy outcome in the diabetic women that approximates that of the nondiabetic woman • Identify more pregnant women with diabetes • Increase number of people with diabetes self-monitoring glucose • Improve number of educated patients [Participation rate in education programmes] • Involve more patients in decision-making process • Reduce hospitalisation among people with diabetes [Hospitalisation rate] • Improve responding of care to individual needs • Raise degree of health literacy and information about the disease/diseasemanagement among people with diabetes • More involvement of mutualhelp groups • Assuring tertiary prevention • Reduce cases of complications: diabetic renal failure; foot ulcers; limp amputations; respiratory complications; blindness, cardiovascular diseases etc.

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