Week 7 mind map- Gabrielle Andrade

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1. Single-payer medical and mental health care (Business services)

1.1. Is a system in which the state rather than private insurers, pay for all health care costs. It collects all medical fees and then pays for all services by a single government. In wealthy nations, publicly managed insurance is extended to all citizens and legal residents (ex: Canada's Medicare)

1.1.1. Single Payer health care could also improve health care quality. Doctors in Canada are now being paid more and in turn will improve health care quality over time.

1.2. Legislation guiding single payer healthcare: https://www.healthcare-now.org/legislation/

1.3. Resource: Jia, L., Yuan, B., Huang, F., Lu, Y., Garner, P., & Meng, Q. (2014). Strategies for expanding health insurance coverage in vulnerable populations. The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, (11), 1–78. Advance online publication. http://doi.org/10.1002/14651858.CD008194.pub3

1.4. Triple Aim: single payer healthcare will allow all citizens to receive free healthcare and the healthcare they need which will make the US's overall population health better, reaching one of the triple aim goals.

2. Blue Violet LED light fixtures (Clinical environments)

2.1. These lights provide continuous environmental disinfection technology to kill harmful healthcare-related bacteria which is a major cause of morbidity and increased healthcare costs in the U.S.

2.1.1. In the hospital compare data, one of the topics was regarding morbidity rates. These lights will kill harmful bacteria that is linked with morbidity in the U.S.

2.2. Resource: Dai, T., Gupta, A., Murray, C. K., Vrahas, M. S., Tegos, G. P., & Hamblin, M. R. (2012). Blue light for infectious diseases: Propionibacterium acnes, Helicobacter pylori, and beyond? Drug Resistance Updates : Reviews and Commentaries in Antimicrobial and Anticancer Chemotherapy, 15(4), 223–236. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.drup.2012.07.001

2.3. Triple Aim: By killing harmful bacteria that cause HAIs, patients can experience better care.

2.3.1. Key concept: HAIs, Healthcare Associated infections

3. Medical device cyber security

3.1. Healthcare IT leaders security features for network infrastructures and EHRs- but not for mobile devices and many devices are attached to patient EHRs. (Business Services)

3.1.1. Key concept: EHRs: Electronic Health Records

3.2. Resource: Bialas, A. (2010). Intelligent Sensors Security. Sensors (Basel, Switzerland), 10(1), 822–859. http://doi.org/10.3390/s100100822

3.3. Triple Aim: With patients' personal information being safe, experience of care can also be improved.

4. Key concept: Triple aim, the IHI's belief of three main ideas that will transform healthcare.