Managing Multiple Chronic Conditions: A Strategic Framework for Improving Health Outcomes and Quality of Life (Vol.126 no.4)
Certified in Public Health Continuing Education (CPHCE) Credits
Article: Managing Multiple Chronic Conditions: A Strategic Framework for Improving Health Outcomes and Quality of Life
Synopsis: The escalating problem of multiple chronic conditions (MCC) among Americans is now a major public health and medical challenge, associated with suboptimal health outcomes and rising health-care expenses. Despite this problem’s growth, the delivery of health services has continued to employ outmoded “siloed” approaches that focus on individual chronic diseases. We describe an action-oriented framework—developed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services with additional input provided by stakeholder organizations—that outlines national strategies for maximizing care coordination and for improving health and quality of life for individuals with MCC. We note how the framework’s potential can be optimized through some of the provisions of the new Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and through public-private partnerships.
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1. What is the primary problem that this article addresses?*
2. When HHS convened a departmental workgroup on individuals with MCC, what were their priorities?*
3. Which one of the following is NOT a goal of a framework for addressing MCC??*
4. Which of the following sections of the 2009 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) is NOT listed as being related to the HHS Framework on MCC?*
5. In their considerations, the authors list several groups that were not involved in the development of the HHS Framework on MCC. Which of the following were involved in the development of the HH*