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Journal of Preventive Medicine ; (12): 545-548, 2019.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-815871


Objective @#To learn the preference and determinants for institute-based care of the elderly in Zhejiang Province. @*Methods @#By multi-stage sampling and convenient sampling methods,three communities and three villages from Hangzhou,Jinhua and Yongkang as investigation spots,respondents who aged 60 years or above and lived for one year or more were selected for a questionnaire survey to learn their preference for institute-based care. Logistic regression analysis was used to explore the influencing factors for preference of institute-based care among the elderly. @*Results @#A total of 390 valid questionnaires were collected,accounting for 91.76%. Among them,there were 219 men and 171 women, accounting for 56.15% and 43.85; 155 old people chose institute-based care,accounting for 39.74%. The results of multivariate logistic regression analysis illustrated that the elderly who had three children or more had less preference for institute-based care(OR=0.072,95%CI:0.007-0.742);the elderly who lived with spouse(OR=0.395,95%CI:0.188-0.833),with children(OR=0.323,95%CI:0.132-0.791),with spouse and children(OR=0.305,95%CI:0.139-0.673),compared with the elderly who lived alone,had less preference for institute-based care;the elderly who lived in rural areas,compard with the elderly who lived in urban areas had less preference for institute-based care(OR=0.404,95%CI:0.224-0.730);the elderly without chronic diseases had less preference for institute-based care(OR=0.485,95%CI:0.292-0.805). @*Conclusion @#Having three or more children,living with spouse,living with children,living with spouse and children,living in rural areas and living without chronic diseases are determinants for choosing institute-based care among the elderly.

Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration ; (12): 569-573, 2017.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-611746


The paper covered dominant models and organization of healthcare alliances in Xinjiang, illustrating the hospital group model, synergy development model, focused partnership support model, three-level integration model, and other business models.As described by the authors, healthcare alliances in Xinjiang, thanks to telemedicine, have achieved initial success by means of disciplines support, primary care human resources, new technologies and new service spreading, and promotion of appropriate medical techniques, in such aspects as regional medical cooperation, population benefits and medical resources sharing.