Components of Outcome-based Health Care

When anyone utilizes the health care system, the ultimate hope is to come out better than when they entered. Outcome-based health care takes a look at and measures what happens with patients and follows them to find out if they had to be readmitted at some point or if other issues crept up after they sought initial care. So, we need to figure out what is involved and what it takes for a health care organization to use outcome-based processes and measure. A solid definition of outcome-based health care states that it uses evidence-based decision making to care for patients with the best outcome in mind. What medical professionals are looking at include: Achieving similar results as other patients with same issues Using best-practices from accepted guidelines or standards Delivering the right care, at the right time Monitoring the quality and efficiency so as to have the best outcome What…