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Our team spent years developing Evry and we are excited to partner with the Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) to study the impact it will have by lowering the barrier to receiving an appropriate MRI.
The QEII will be one of the first hospitals to use the machine on patients, as part of a four-year study with the NSHA inside QEII's Biomedical Translational Imaging Centre (BIOTIC).
The web-based Frailty Portal was identified as a tool to meet 4 of the 6 key directions of the NSHA Frailty Strategy--understanding, engagement, care, and information technology and management.
The setting for this study was community PC practices operating within the Central Zone, NSHA in the province of Nova Scotia, Canada.
Qualitative information using semi-structured interviews were gathered from a purposive sample of PC providers (family physicians, nurse practitioners) and key PHC stakeholders (NSHA administrators, staff, decision-makers) for the main overall study.
The notation [[??].sup.c.sub.[less than or equal to]d] is used on the statistical model checking algorithms of UPPAAL-SMC and can answer the following three types of questions: Hypothesis testing: Is the probability [P.sub.A]([[??].sup.c.sub.[less than or equal to]d]) for a given NSHA A greater or equal to a certain threshold p e [0,1]?
The jati melodies in the NSHA, for example, are clearly reconstructed on the basis of textual sources alone, an indication that jati was not current in practice (p.
The NSHA's Act requires that the organization have a public engagement plan to engage and consult with the public in respect to the health services provided by the health authority.
The full team also comprised of the formal leads of the initiative, PHC leadership members (Director, Medical Chief), DMC Manager, DMC Clinical Team Leader, a family physician, an internist, a behavioural psychologist, an endocrinologist, leads from the NSHA Public Engagement Team, and CFHI improvement coaches.
The resource guide was reviewed for overall quality, content, context, flow and applicability by several different members of the project team, PHC system and NSHA (n = 15).
The development of the Frailty Portal was a collaborative effort between Primary Health Care and Department of Family Practice, NSHA, and the Palliative and Therapeutic Harmonization (PATH) program.
The NSHA team was unique in its focus on multimorbidity care and a value creation Lean improvement approach; and their efforts were recognized with a 3M Health Care Quality Team award.