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What are the primary care models we discussed in class?

- US Army model
- Triage model
- Kaiser Permanente model
- Department of veterans affairs model
- Mercy model
- Virginia mason model

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What is involved in the US Army model?

- direct access
- guidance with physical fitness, wellness, training, and injury prevention
- can order imaging
- referrals to specialists

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triage model of care

- referral to PT for exam, eval, dx, and tx
- PTs follow up with appropriate referrals to ortho surgeons or other medical specialties as needed

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What is the largest non-profit HMO?

Kaiser Permanente model

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role of PT in kaiser permanente model

one of several people on a team who screen, refer, or treat

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department of veterans affairs model

- not usu. seeing active duty
- wide variety of conditions and settings
- can't do as much as Army model (more like civilian)

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What is the hospital based model?

mercy model

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PT's role in the Mercy model

- local community setting
- PT gets extra credentialing to become primary care and provide training to medical residents

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Why would PTs train medical residents?

build more skills in recognizing and referring NMSC pts

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What is the purpose behind the Virginia Mason model?

- get people to PT more quickly - refer to PT as soon as NMSC is suspected
- bypass all people who would refer to PT
- wean off pricey tests such as MRI

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professional autonomy

having authority to make decisions and freedom to act in accordance with one's professional knowledge base

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direct and unrestricted access

PT has professional capacity and ability to provide to all individuals without legal, regulatory, or payer restrictions

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PT and professional ability to refer to other health care providers

PT can refer to other in healthcare system for identified or possible medical needs beyond scope of practice

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professional ability to refer to other professionals

ability to refer to other professionals for identified or patient needs beyond scope

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professional ability to refer for dx tests

has ability to refer for tests that would clarify the pt situation and enhance the provision of PT services

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medical dx

- made by physician
- based on pathologic or pathophysiologic state at the cellular level
- "the recognition of disease"

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PT dx

- emphasis on ID of movement impairments
- best establish effective interventions and reliable px

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differential PT dx

comparison of NMS s/s to ID the underlying movement dysfunction so tx can be planned as specifically as possible

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screening

eval throughout pt treatment to determine any yellow/red flags that may indicate non-NMS pathology

does not just occur during initial eval - ONGOING

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What are SINSS

- severity
- irritability
- nature
- stage
- stability

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severity

assessment of intensity of pts symptoms

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irritability

assessment of ease with which the symptoms can be provoked

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3 components of irritability

- amt of activity needed to trigger
- severity of symptoms provoked
- what activity and amt of time before the pts symptoms subside

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- hypotheses of the structures or syndromes responsible for producing the pain
- anything about the problem or condition that may warrant caution with the objective exam
- the character of the presenting patient or the problem

nature

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stage

clinician's assessment of the stage in which the disorder is presenting (acute, chronic, subacute, acute on chronic)

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stability

progression of the pt's symptoms over time (better, worse, same)

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