Dependent patients discharged home from PRM departments: relevant indicators.

Abstract:

OBJECTIVE:To evaluate simple, measurable indicators of optimal organizational procedures for the hospital-to-home discharge of dependent patients. MATERIAL AND METHOD:All the general practitioners (GPs) in the Maine-et-Loire county of France were sent a questionnaire asking them to rank the three main criteria (from the most important to the least significant) from a list of 14. We analyzed the median ranking for each item and identified the most important items in terms of their relative frequency. RESULTS:The response rate was 10.77% (104 out of 966). Four criteria had a median score over 9: contact with the GP prior to discharge, informing the GP of the discharge date, training for the patient and his/her family in activities of daily living and providing a list of people to be contacted in the event of a problem at home. Respite hospitalization (in the event of difficulties at home) was cited as one of the three most relevant criteria. DISCUSSION-CONCLUSION:The criteria highlighted by the GPs were not highly specific for the discharge of a dependent patient. However, it would be interesting to extend this study by interviewing other stakeholders and determining whether these criteria indeed improve the organization of hospital-to-home discharge.

journal_name

Ann Phys Rehabil Med

authors

Miraux Dinomais E,Ferrapie AL,Dubus V,Garnier F,La Combe A,Richard I

doi

10.1016/j.rehab.2011.08.002

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2011-10-01 00:00:00

pages

411-20

issue

7

eissn

1877-0657

issn

1877-0665

pii

S1877-0657(11)01113-4

journal_volume

54

pub_type

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