The importance of population-based initiatives for improving health is being recognized by a growing number of American healthcare providers. Population health improvement efforts were launched to lower health care costs and improve the overall health of diverse populations. Per-capita spending and patient-centered care can be measured in many ways. These include clinical, clinical, and humanistic results, economic and utilization outcomes, clinical, medicalistic, or procedural outcomes, as well as clinical, clinical, and humanistic outcomes. (Huber 2017). To create individual treatment plans, healthcare professionals can use the PHII’s findings.
Some evidence that a healthcare professional receives is difficult to understand because it’s not relevant to their practice. These situations require that health care providers evaluate and utilize only the pertinent information from a PHII. According to Mr. Nowak the purpose of the review was to determine information gaps and propose solutions. The findings can also be used to develop a new method of assessing the patient care plan.
PHII provides safe headroom. Since its inception, PHII is a major influencer on the well-being of people with PTSD from head trauma. PHII incorporates therapy, meditation and exercise in their treatment of mental disorders. Frequent physical exercise was the most effective intervention in this campaign. 75 men in the age range 45–80 engaged in four-month aerobic training regimens out of a total of 400 research participants (Capella University, n.d.).
Over 40% of patients who requested treatment or medication from a psychotherapist received antidepressants. The moods and memories of 26% and 66% respectively improved after six months. Although only 23 participants participated in the final intervention of meditation, the results were very positive. After three weeks, the 21 participants in the study saw a 70% improvement in their moods and cognition, and 32% more muscle control. Two patients opted out of the research. The memory-improving exercises of strength training, and solving puzzles did not have any meaningful effects. (Capella University. n.d.).
But, this data does not give a complete picture. First, the PHII dealt with patients with both traumatic brain injuries and post-traumatic stress disorder. The effectiveness of TBI or PTSD therapy was never evaluated individually. In Mr. Nowak’s particular case, due to his TBI history and lack of PTSD experience it is not possible to foresee the future. Safe Headspace also failed to find the reason for the patients’ inability to follow self-management programs despite the fact they are associated with poor motivation and concerns like unsatisfactory treatments. This unstudied outcome contributes to medical knowledge. It also assists doctors in making treatment recommendations consistent with the symptoms of a patient, their medical history, and previous experiences.