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Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease mobile care: A participant-focussed and human rights-based evaluation

Journal article
Authors Vania Ranjbar
Anna Hjalmarsson
Henry Ascher
Ann Ekberg-Jansson
Published in Health Services Management Research
Volume 28
Issue 3-4
Pages 58-66
ISSN 0951-4848
Publication year 2015
Published at Institute of Medicine, School of Public Health and Community Medicine
Institute of Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine and Clinical Nutrition
Pages 58-66
Language en
Links dx.doi.org/10.1177/0951484815616829...
Keywords COPD, early supported discharge, hospital at home, qualitative research, human rights-based analysis, right to health
Subject categories Public health science

Abstract

To reduce healthcare costs associated with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and vacate hospital beds without compromising patient satisfaction with healthcare, alternatives for hospital treatment have been developed; however, few studies have qualitatively investigated patients’ experiences of these alternatives. This study aimed, first, to explore patients’ experiences of Sweden’s first COPD mobile care programme through semi-structured interviews with twelve patients, and, second, to evaluate if a human rights-based analysis could provide additional information. Data were, first, analysed using latent content analysis, resulting in three themes: security (effective follow-up, positive encounters), availability (convenience), and suggestions for improvement (increased amount of personnel, longer enrolment period, continued follow-up upon discharge from the programme). Security and availability contributed to high acceptability of and satisfaction with the programme; COPD mobile care can, thus, constitute an acceptable alternative to inpatient care for COPD patients. Findings were then further analysed using the AAAQ framework (availability, accessibility, acceptability, and quality) to determine how the COPD mobile care programme corresponds to the Right to health. This human rights-based analysis enabled the uncovering of certain groups being excluded from the programme, thereby generating valuable information for improving the programme by ensuring equal access and care for all COPD patients

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