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An evaluation of a model for the systematic documentation of hospital based health promotion activities: results from a multicentre study

Tønnesen, Hanne LU ; Christensen, Mette E ; Groene, Oliver ; O'Riordan, Ann ; Simonelli, Fabrizio ; Suurorg, Lagle ; Morris, Denise ; Vibe, Peder ; Himel, Susan and Hansen, Poul Erik (2007) In BMC Health Services Research 7.
Abstract
The first step of handling health promotion (HP) in Diagnosis Related Groups (DRGs) is a systematic documentation and registration of the activities in the medical records. So far the possibility and tradition for systematic registration of clinical HP activities in the medical records and in patient administrative systems have been sparse. Therefore, the activities are mostly invisible in the registers of hospital services as well as in budgets and balances.A simple model has been described to structure the registration of the HP procedures performed by the clinical staff. The model consists of two parts; first part includes motivational counselling (7 codes) and the second part comprehends intervention, rehabilitation and after treatment... (More)
The first step of handling health promotion (HP) in Diagnosis Related Groups (DRGs) is a systematic documentation and registration of the activities in the medical records. So far the possibility and tradition for systematic registration of clinical HP activities in the medical records and in patient administrative systems have been sparse. Therefore, the activities are mostly invisible in the registers of hospital services as well as in budgets and balances.A simple model has been described to structure the registration of the HP procedures performed by the clinical staff. The model consists of two parts; first part includes motivational counselling (7 codes) and the second part comprehends intervention, rehabilitation and after treatment (8 codes).The objective was to evaluate in an international study the usefulness, applicability and sufficiency of a simple model for the systematic registration of clinical HP procedures in day life. (Less)
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  abstract     = {The first step of handling health promotion (HP) in Diagnosis Related Groups (DRGs) is a systematic documentation and registration of the activities in the medical records. So far the possibility and tradition for systematic registration of clinical HP activities in the medical records and in patient administrative systems have been sparse. Therefore, the activities are mostly invisible in the registers of hospital services as well as in budgets and balances.A simple model has been described to structure the registration of the HP procedures performed by the clinical staff. The model consists of two parts; first part includes motivational counselling (7 codes) and the second part comprehends intervention, rehabilitation and after treatment (8 codes).The objective was to evaluate in an international study the usefulness, applicability and sufficiency of a simple model for the systematic registration of clinical HP procedures in day life.},
  author       = {Tønnesen, Hanne and Christensen, Mette E and Groene, Oliver and O'Riordan, Ann and Simonelli, Fabrizio and Suurorg, Lagle and Morris, Denise and Vibe, Peder and Himel, Susan and Hansen, Poul Erik},
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  language     = {eng},
  month        = {01},
  publisher    = {BioMed Central},
  series       = {BMC Health Services Research},
  title        = {An evaluation of a model for the systematic documentation of hospital based health promotion activities: results from a multicentre study},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/1472-6963-7-145},
  doi          = {10.1186/1472-6963-7-145},
  volume       = {7},
  year         = {2007},
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