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National Trends in Hospitalization for Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions among Korean Adults between 2008 and 2019

Park H, Son MJ, Jung DW, Lee H, Lee JY

Purpose: This study aimed to examine 12-year trends in hospitalization rates for ambulatory care sensitive conditions (ACSC) and factors affecting hospitalization. Materials and Methods: This study used data on Korean National...
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Comparison between the International Classification of Primary Care and the International Classification of Diseases Classifications in Primary Care in Korea

Cho MR, Kwon YJ, Kim SH, Hwang J, Kim J, Yang J, Ahn J, Shim JY

Background: The International Classification of Primary Care-2 (ICPC-2) is a classification method designed for primary care. Although previous studies have found that ICPC-2 is a useful tool for demonstrating the...
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Analysis of Continuity of Care and Its Related Factors in Diabetic Patients: A Cross-Sectional Study

Shin JY, Kim HJ, Cho B, Yang YJ, Yun JM

Background: Continuity of care in primary care settings is crucial for managing diabetes. We aimed to statistically define and analyze continuity factors associated with demographics, clinical workforce, and geographical relationships. Methods:...
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The COVID-19 Correspondence Work Experience of Community Health Practitioners

Ha JH, Lee HJ

Purpose This study aims to describe and understand the meaning and nature of community health practitioners’ coping with COVID-19. Methods In-depth interviews were conducted with 12 community health practitioners from August to October...
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Global Health Strategies in the Face of the COVID-19 Pandemic and Other Unprecedented Threats

Gasparyan AY, Kumar AB, Yessirkepov M, Zimba O, Nurmashev B, Kitas GD

Global health is evolving as a discipline aiming at exploring needs and offering equitable health services for all people. Over the past four decades, several global initiatives have been introduced...
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Primary Care Provider Knowledge and Practice in Risk Assessment for Early Age Onset Colorectal Cancer: Opportunities for Improvement

Parekh A, Hochheimer C, Espinoza J, Karlitz J, Lewis C,  Wani S, Patel S

Colorectal cancer (CRC) incidence and mortality are rising in individuals under age 50, termed early age onset (EAO) CRC. Lower endoscopy is recommended for all patients with unexplained iron deficiency...
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Job Analysis of Nurse Care Coordinators for Chronic Illness Management in Primary Care Settings: Using Developing a Curriculum Process

Hwang JH, Choi YJ, Kim MS, Yi SE, Park YS, Kim JH, Yoon JY, Shin DS

Purpose: This study aimed to conduct a job analysis of nurse carecoordinators and to identify the frequency, importance and difficulty of each task of their job. Methods: A committee for...
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Colon Polyp Detection in Primary Health Care Institutions of Korea: Detection Rate and Issues with Following the Guidelines

Park SH, Hong KI, Park HC, Kim YS, Bok GH, Kim KH, Shin DS, Han JY, Kim YK, Choi YJ, Eun SH, Lim BH, Kwack KK, TKSoDE(PSW

Background/Aims: There have been few multicenter studies on colonic polyps conducted by primary medical institutions. This study examined the detection rate of colonic polyps in primary health care institutions and...
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Clinical Practice Guidelines for Managing Frailty in Community-Dwelling Korean Elderly Adults in Primary Care Settings

You HS, Kwon YJ, Kim S, Kim YH, Kim Ys, Kim Y, Roh Yk, Park B, Park YK, Park CH, Son JS, Shin J, Shin HY, Oh B, Lee Jw, Shim JY, Won CW, Yoo JW, Lee SH, Kang HT, Lee DC

Aging has become a global problem, and the interest in healthy aging is growing. Healthy aging involves a focus on the maintenance of the function and well-being of elderly adults,...
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Stakeholders’ Perceptions of the Implementation of a Patient-Centric Digital Health Application for Primary Healthcare in India

Faujdar DS, Singh T, Kaur M, Sahay S, Kumar R

Objectives: Health systems are shifting from traditional methods of healthcare delivery to delivery using digital applications. This change was introduced at a primary care centre in Chandigarh, India that served...
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The Moderating Effect of Patient Safety Knowledge in the Relationship between Patient Experience and Patient Safety Perception for Patients in Primary Care Institutions

Baek OJ, Shin SH

Purpose: The aim of this study was to confirm the relationship between patient experience, patient safety knowledge, and patient safety perception and prepare basic data to help initiate patient safety...
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Clinical Practice Guideline for Frailty Applicable in Primary Care Setting

You HS, Kwon YJ, Kim S, Kim YH, Kim Ys, Kim Y, Roh Yk, Park B, Park YK, Park CH, Son JS, Shin J, Shin HY, Oh B, Lee Jw, Shim JY, Won CW, Yoo JW, Lee SH, Kang HT, Lee DC

With aging becoming a global issue, the interest in healthy aging has increased as well. Healthy aging focuses on maintaining the functions and wellbeing of the elderly rather than merely...
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Overview of Physical Activity Counseling in Primary Care

Wattanapisit A, Wattanapisit S, Wongsiri S

Physical inactivity is a global health burden. Promoting physical activity in primary care through physical activity counseling is an effective intervention. This article provides an overview of and perspectives on...
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Developing National Functional Accreditation Model for Primary Healthcares with Emphasis on Family Practice in Iran

Tabrizi JS, Gharibi F

Background: Accreditation is an approach toward quality improvement which has been increasingly implemented in healthcare. This study aimed at developing a national functional accreditation model for primary healthcare with emphasis...
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Barriers in Health Information Systems and Technologies to Support Maternal and Neonatal Referrals at Primary Health Centers

Harahap NC, Handayani PW, Hidayanto AN

Objectives: This study explored health workers’ perceptions and experiences regarding the maternal and neonatal referral system, focusing on barriers of health information systems and technologies (IS/IT) at primary health centers...
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Disabled People’s Experience and Perception on the Pilot Project for Primary Care for People with Disabilities

Kim Y, Shin S, Cho IY, Yoo JE, Park JH, Kang M, Choi Yj, Kim SH, Park JE, Park JH, Kim SY, Shin DW

Background: Compared with the general population, people with disabilities have a higher rate of morbidity and mortality; however, their access to health and medical care remains limited. In May 2018,...
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Physicians’ Experience from the Pilot Project for Primary Care for People with Disabilities

Jeon KH, Cho IY, Yoo JE, Park JH, Kang M, Choi Yj, Kim SH, Park JE, Park JH, Kim SY, Shin DW

Background: Disabled people are considered a vulnerable population in terms of health and social care. With the disability act having been enacted in 2015, the primary care physician system for...
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Up-To-Date Knowledge for Foot Disorders

Kim B

Primary care physicians should not overlook commonly encountered foot pain and foot diseases, whose optimal diagnosis and treatment can be missed. Ankle sprains comprise 20% of all sports-related injuries encountered...
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Impact of a Primary Health Care Chronic Diseases Management Pilot Program

Song E, Kim YE, Ji S

Considerable efforts have been made to prevent and manage hypertension and diabetes, but the prevalence of these diseases has not changed significantly over the past 10 years. Hypertension and diabetes...
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Analysis of the Comprehensiveness of Primary Care Clinics in Korea

Kim HJ, Shin JY, Yang YJ, Cho B, Yun JM

Background: In the Republic of Korea, which medical specialties should take the responsibility for primary care and what the role of primary care should be are still unclear. In this...
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