Interdisciplinary Care Networks in Rehabilitation Care for Patients with Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain: A Systematic Review

C. Lamper*, L. Beckers, M. Kroese, J. Verbunt, I. Huijnen

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Abstract

This systematic review aims to identify what rehabilitation care networks, within primary care or between primary and other health care settings, have been described for patients with chronic musculoskeletal pain, and what their impact is on the Quadruple Aim outcomes (health; health care costs; quality of care experienced by patients; work satisfaction for health care professionals). Studies published between 1 January 1994 and 11 April 2019 were identified in PubMed, CINAHL, Web of Science, and PsycInfo. Forty-nine articles represented 34 interventions: 21 within primary care; 6 between primary and secondary/tertiary care; 1 in primary care and between primary and secondary/tertiary care; 2 between primary and social care; 2 between primary, secondary/tertiary, and social care; and 2 between primary and community care. Results on impact were presented in 19 randomized trials, 12 non-randomized studies, and seven qualitative studies. In conclusion, there is a wide variety of content, collaboration, and evaluation methods of interventions. It seems that patient-centered interdisciplinary interventions are more effective than usual care. Further initiatives should be performed for interdisciplinary interventions within and across health care settings and evaluated with mixed methods on all Quadruple Aim outcomes.
Original languageEnglish
Article number2041
Number of pages64
JournalJournal of Clinical Medicine
Volume10
Issue number9
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2021

Keywords

  • BURDEN
  • DISEASE
  • EXERCISE
  • HEALTH
  • INTERVENTION
  • KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS
  • MANAGEMENT
  • PROGRAM
  • Quadruple Aim
  • RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED-TRIAL
  • THERAPY
  • care networks
  • cost-effectiveness
  • experienced quality of care
  • health
  • interdisciplinary care
  • primary care
  • rehabilitation care
  • satisfaction with work
  • AIM

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