English, Article edition: A Population-Based Approach to Asthma Disease Management Pamela J. Algatt-Bergstrom; Leona E. Markson; Richard K. Murray; ...

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Title
  • A Population-Based Approach to Asthma Disease Management
Author
  • Pamela J. Algatt-Bergstrom
  • Leona E. Markson
  • Richard K. Murray
  • Marc L. Berger
Physical Description
  • article
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  • Asthma disease management (DM) programmes often focus on patients who are considered to be high resource users, such as those with recent emergency department visits and/​or hospitalisations, or patients who have been diagnosed with severe persistent asthma. These programmes often focus on a few patients who have acute needs, but may not identify the populations with the highest future resource use. A population-based approach to disease management focuses on identifying deficiencies in asthma management across the population diagnosed with the disease and establishes a partnership between the patient, provider and healthcare plan to improve the overall quality of asthma care. The disease management approach described in this article is population-based, and is intended to raise the standard of medical care across a spectrum of patients with asthma.
  • Asthma, Disease management programmes, Pharmacoeconomics
  • RePEc:wkh:dmhout:v:7:y:2000:i:4:p:179-186
Language
  • English
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