Propelling Clear Wellbeing Correspondence to Emphatically Affect Wellbeing Results.


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Propelling Clear Wellbeing Correspondence to Emphatically Affect Wellbeing Results The Issue: Low Wellbeing Proficiency – Degree and Effect Finding an Answer The Association for Clear Wellbeing Correspondence Request that Me 3 How Gotten to be Included: Arrangements vigorously
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Propelling Clear Health Communication to Positively Impact Health Outcomes

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The Problem: Low Health Literacy – Scope and Impact Finding a Solution The Partnership for Clear Health Communication Ask Me 3 How to Become Involved: Solutions vigorously For Providers: How Does Clear Health Communication Affect Your Practice Tips for Enhancing Patient – Provider Communication Presentation Sections

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The Problem: Low Health Literacy Scope and Impact

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Impacts almost one in each three individuals living in the United States Can hit any populace fragment, paying little mind to age, race, instruction or pay Costs the medicinal services framework as much as $58 billion a year Can’t be analyzed by any new therapeutic innovation and is not unmistakable to the eye Answer: Low Health Literacy Do You Know Which Critical Public Health Issue…

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The Issue: Low Health Literacy What is wellbeing proficiency? The capacity to peruse , comprehend and follow up on wellbeing data

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Cannot Perform Basic Reading Tasks Required to Function in a bad position Reading Maps and Completing Standard Forms How Big Is the Problem? More Than 90 Million People in the US Have Difficulty Reading Approximately 40 to 44 Million Adults in the US Are Functionally Illiterate 1 Approximately 50 Million Are Marginally Illiterate 1 Average Reading Skills of Adults in the US Are Between the 8 th and 9 th Grade Levels 2 Sources: 1 Kirsch et al., “A First Look at the National\'s Results Adult Literacy Survey” Nat’l Center for Education Statistics, 1993 2 Stedman L, Kaestle C. Proficiency and Reading Performance in the US From 1880 to Present. In: Kaestle C, Editor. Proficiency in the US: Readers and Reading Since 1880. New Haven (CT): Yale University Press; 1991. P. 75–128

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Who Is at Risk for Low Health Literacy? Anybody in the US – paying little heed to age, race, instruction, pay or social class – can be at danger for low wellbeing education Ethnic minority gatherings are excessively influenced by low wellbeing proficiency The dominant part of individuals with low proficiency aptitudes in the US are white, local conceived Americans Older patients, late outsiders, individuals with ceaseless illnesses and those with low financial status are particularly defenseless against low wellbeing education

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Low Health Literacy Impacts a Patient’s Ability to Fully Engage in the Healthcare System The Largest Study Conducted to Date on Health Literacy Found That… 33% Were not able to peruse essential medicinal services materials 42% Could not fathom bearings for taking drug on a vacant stomach 26% Were not able to comprehend data on an arrangement slip 43% Did not comprehend the rights and obligations segment of a Medicaid application 60% Did not comprehend a standard educated assent Source: Williams MV, Parker RM, Baker DW, et al. Lacking Functional Health Literacy Among Patients at Two Public Hospitals. JAMA 1995 Dec 6; 274(21):1,677–82

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Low Health Literacy Negatively Impacts Health Outcomes Adults with low wellbeing proficiency: Are regularly less inclined to follow endorsed treatment and self-care regimens 1 Make more prescription or treatment lapses 1 Fail to look for preventive consideration 1 Are at a higher danger for hospitalization than individuals with sufficient education aptitudes 2 Remain in doctor\'s facility almost 2 days longer 3 Lack the abilities expected to arrange the human services framework 1 People with low wellbeing proficiency AND diabetes: Were observed to be more averse to have compelling glycemic control 4 will probably report vision issues brought on by their diabetes 4 1 Weiss, BD. 20 Common Problems in Primary Care . McGraw Hill. December 1999 2 Baker DW, Parker RM, Williams MV, Clark WS. Wellbeing Literacy and the Risk of Hospital Admission . Diary of General Internal Medicine. 1998; (13): 791-798. 3 Kirsch IS, Jugebut A, Jenkins L, Kolstad A. Grown-up Literacy in America: A First Look at the National\'s Results Adult Literacy Survey . Washington, DC: Department of Education 1993. 4 Schillinger D, Grumbach K, Piette J, Wang F, Osmond D, Daher C, Palacios J, Sullivan GD, Bindman AB. Relationship of Health Literacy With Diabetes Outcomes . JAMA. July 24/31 2002 (288) No 4.

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Adults with low education: Averaged 6% more doctor\'s facility visits 1 * Stayed in the clinic almost 2 days longer than grown-ups with higher proficiency aptitudes 1 * Had less specialist visits, however utilized essentially more doctor\'s facility assets 2 Had yearly human services costs 4 times higher than those with higher wellbeing education 3 Low Health Literacy Impacts Resource Utilization Among grown-ups who stayed overnight in a doctor\'s facility 1 Kirsch IS, Jugebut A, Jenkins L, Kolstad A. Grown-up Literacy in America: A First Look at the National\'s Results Adult Literacy Survey . Washington, DC: Department of Education 1993. 2 Baker DW, Parker RM, Williams MV, Clark WS. Wellbeing Literacy and the Risk of Hospital Admission . Diary of General Internal Medicine. 1998; (13): 791-798. 3 Weiss, BD. 20 Common Problems in Primary Care . McGraw Hill. December 1999.

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Poor Health Outcomes Under-use of preventive administrations Over-use of wellbeing administrations Unnecessary human services consumptions Limited adequacy of treatment Needless patient enduring Higher patient disappointment Higher supplier dissatisfaction Implications of Low Health Literacy

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Finding a Solution

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Agree that concentrating on the patient-supplier relationship would give the most quick and impactful answer for the issue of low HL 2/3 feel that low HL is driven by poor patient/specialist correspondence Believe that giving straightforward wellbeing data is key Solutions: Focus on Care Providers and Materials Healthcare Thought Leaders: Source: A National Survey of Health Industry Influencers and Change Agents, KRC Research and Consulting, April 2002

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But only 41% of those patients say they have gotten this sort of help 17% of patients report inconvenience understanding Rx Information The Patient-Provider Relationship There Is a Disconnect Between Patient and Provider: Bridging the Information Gap Will Help Improve Health Literacy 70% of doctors say they furnish patients with extra assets to assist them with comprehension their medicines 75% of doctors report patients experience difficulty understanding Rx data Source: Health Literacy & The Prescription Drug Experience: The Front Line Perspective From Patients, Physicians and Pharmacists, Roper ASW, May 2002

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87% report perusing Rx data Written Communication Making Health Information Understandable Written Yet just 34% trust others read this same data half of grown-ups read at underneath eighth grade perusing levels 20% of grown-ups read at beneath fifth grade perusing levels 40% of seniors read at underneath fifth grade perusing levels Consumer social insurance materials composed at tenth grade or above, where no one but 50MM can comprehend and act What Do We Do? Create Written Materials at sixth Grade or Below, Where 160MM Can Understand and Act Source: Health Literacy & The Prescription Drug Experience: The Front Line Perspective From Patients, Physicians and Pharmacists, Roper ASW, May 2002

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Example of Health Communication That May Not Reach a Broad Consumer Audience 70 150 Good Range Too Low Too High What You Need to Know About Low Blood Sugar Treat low glucose rapidly. On the off chance that you have indications of low glucose, eat or beverage something that has sugar in it. A few things you can eat are hard confection, sugar-sweetened pop, squeezed orange, or a glass of milk. Extraordinary tablets or gel made of glucose (a type of sugar) can be utilized to treat low glucose. You can purchase these in a medication store. Continuously have some of these things convenient at home or with you when you go out in the event that your glucose drops too low. Subsequent to treating a low glucose response, eat a little nibble like a large portion of a sandwich, a glass of milk, or a few saltines if your next dinner is over 30 minutes away. Source: The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases Blood Sugar Is Too Low on the off chance that It Is Under 70 Blood Sugar Is Too High on the off chance that It Is Over 240 ninth Grade Reading Level

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Common visual used to clarify idea Uses activity inscriptions that elucidate the purpose of the visual Creates collaboration with the peruser Example of Clear Health Communication – That Reaches a Broad Consumer Audience

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Patients experience disgrace around the issue Only 14% of patients say they feel ungainly conceding they don’t comprehend; y et 79% feel others don’t comprehend Providers experience time challenges Providers intrude on patients 30 seconds after they begin talking; if not interfered with, patients will talk under two minutes Verbal Communication Up to 80% of Patients Forget What Their Doctor Tells Them As Soon As They Leave the Doctor’s Office – AND Nearly half of What They Do Remember is Recalled Incorrectly What Can We Do? Make an Environment of TRUST Source: Health Literacy & The Prescription Drug Experience: The Front Line Perspective From Patients, Physicians and Pharmacists, Roper ASW, May 2002

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Enhance Patient-Provider Communication Best Way to Do It Improve the Patient-Provider Relationship What Needs to Be Done Focus on Clear Health Communication Reaching the Solution Best Opportunity for Immediate Impact

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Finding a Solution The Partnership for Clear Health Communication

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The Partnership for Clear Health Communication is a coalition of national associations that are cooperating to advance mindfulness and arrangements around the issue of low wellbeing proficiency and its impact on wellbeing results Reaching a Solution Introducing the Partnershi

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