Health Care Delivery Models and Nursing Practice

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MIH is a delivery model in health care that incorporates an interdisciplinary care delivery system. It is an innovative approach, which is purposed to close the gaps by utilizing the clinical specialists’ professional staff core competencies and readily available in a society giving post-acute care, community health, and EMS. Originally, was designed as a paramedicine program aimed at addressing the health care needs in the remote areas with fewer physicians and where the people have poorer health outcomes (Clarke, 2017). MIH broadens the practice provider scope to cover the surveillance of chronic disease community health prevention and education and also expands the EMS providers roles and incorporates hospice, primary care teams and palliative care providers, community-based service, and other home care organizations.
MIH is accustomed to working in the communities it serves and gives comprehensive population management solutions that are patient-centered and physician-led within the care continuum. For instance, comprehensive care coordination that is mobile integrated, mobile and in-home care, telemedicine and telehealth, and longitudinal risk management (Myers, 2018). This model can be adapted locally for broadly defined patient populations and disease-specific interventions. MIH is technologically sophisticated and community-based and delivers the necessary services at the best level of care, and also specializes in the management and care of complex patient populations and other various community-based settings. It achieves this by collaboratively integrating logistical, clinical, educational, and analytical competencies that give team-based population-oriented and patient-centered care.
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