PubMed  She has the first information. In more experienced teams, team members felt able to deliver better quality of care to patients: GP: You start really medically, and after two multidisciplinary team meetings, the medical stuff is in order and then we talk about care so much more. Lovink MH, van Vught AJAH, Persoon A, Schoonhoven L, Koopmans RTCM, Laurant MGH. In: Modernisering naar een menselijke maat: Huisartsenzorg in 2022; 2012. 2002;1(3):261–83. If it happens, it is wonderful that they are already charted and there is a care indication. BMC Fam Pract. 2011;16(5):681–94. All teams consisted of at least one GP, one practice nurse or community nurse, and one social worker. Nurse Practitioners (NP) work in many roles in residential aged care: general primary care, wound care, memory disorders, mental health, heart failure and palliative care.  |  You know where to find each other, you know each other's strengths and capabilities. Health Expect. [Focus group 7.]. Gen Hosp Psychiatry. That has also to do with this lady [community nurse] doing the screening. Google Scholar. Sharing patient information through the use of an EPR played an important role as well as ‘building on capacities’, meaning relying on each other’s skills and expertise. 2007;29(6):1–16. Method. Based on this drive, GPs initiated integrated elderly care: NHPS: Well, look, it was also true that you [GP], for example, also had prolonged contact with the occupational therapist and you were well able to find social services before we even started this project. Differences in coding and thematic interpretation were discussed and resolved, further reducing potential for researcher bias, until consensus was reached. Focus group discussion: a tool for health and medical research. Still, the involvement of GPs in … McCleery E, Christensen V, Peterson K, Humphrey L, Helfand M. 2014 Sep. Many GPs continue to provide care for their long-term patients after they move to an RACF. Frank JR, Snell L, Sherbino J. CanMEDS 2015 physician competency framework. 2013;381(9868):752–62. This is social work, we do not have to justify it. Katon W, Von Korff M, Lin E, Simon G. Rethinking practitioner roles in chronic illness: the specialist, primary care physician, and the practice nurse. Epub 2018 Nov 26. Results from the focus groups were discussed with the research team and presented and discussed with the multidisciplinary teams during exchange meetings after the focus-group interviews, as part of the reflective phase of PAR. 2009;374(9696):1196–208. The Kings Fund questioned whether GPs are able to deliver the support that older people with complex needs require [4]. The Hague: Ministry of Care, Welfare and Sports; 2012. J Interprof Care. Springer Nature remains neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published maps and institutional affiliations. Google Scholar. Frailty is defined as the accumulation of deficits and diminishing reserves [8]. In the more experienced teams, the participants discussed the composition of the MTM together. RCGP Maternity Care GroupThe role of general practice in maternity care. Between the first and second focus-group interview, the teams worked on the improvement of their elderly care supply and participated in two exchange meetings with the four multidisciplinary teams. We also asked the teams to start a quality-improvement project for better-organized integrated elderly care in their community. SG: MSc, researcher, Department of Primary and Community Care and policy advisor integrated care, Corporate Staff Strategy Development, Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, NL. A systematic literature review. Health care in the Netherlands. Lyngsø AM, Godtfredsen NS, Frølich A. Interorganisational integration: healthcare professionals’ perspectives on barriers and facilitators within the Danish healthcare system. London: Sage; 2015. Talk time is almost never funded. The terminology of the ‘Manager’ role was recently changed to ‘Leader’ [59, 60]. [Focus group 2.]. Despite these problems, the report displays a much clearer picture of the role and functions of general practice in the member states of the WHO European Region than the European Study of Referrals from Primary to Secondary Care published by the Royal College of General Practitioners in 1992. I think you [home care, welfare] are more often at the people’s homes, seeing many more things. The opinions of GPs about their own roles were diverse. During the selection process, they used the following informal selection criteria: population served (deprived, commuter, city, village), years of experience with integrated elderly care, and size of the GP practice setting. In this study, we found that GPs who followed best practices showed leadership to initiate and improve the quality of integrated elderly care by building successful multidisciplinary teams. Department of Primary and Community Care, Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen and Community Health Service Gelderland-Zuid, Department of Healthy Living, Nijmegen, NL. 2016;17:83. Ottawa: Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada; 2015. According to team members, GPs were the central professionals in care services for older people. Attention to leadership competencies and to the diversity of roles in multidisciplinary teams in GP training programmes seems useful. GF: PhD, researcher, team manager healthy community. Cite this article. The GP plays a central role in the delivery of health care to the Australian community. GPs and team members of all four teams had the same opinions on this matter. Two decades of developments in qualitative inquiry a personal, experiential perspective. George R, Hammett S, Siegel S, Hudson N, Jones DL, Colgan K. Better care for frail older people. COVID-19 is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation. Int J Integr Care. Ann Fam Med. Open Access This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made. Department of Primary and Community Care, Radboud University Medical Center, route 119, PO Box 9101, 6500 HB, Nijmegen, the Netherlands, Sietske M. Grol, Gerard R. M. Molleman, Anne Kuijpers, Gerdine A. J. Fransen, Willem J. J. Assendelft & Henk J. Schers, Department of Healthy Living, Community Health Service Gelderland-Zuid, POB 1120, 6501 BC, Nijmegen, the Netherlands, Gerard R. M. Molleman & Gerdine A. J. Fransen, Lectureship of primary and community care, Han University of Applied Sciences, POB 6960, 6503 GL, Nijmegen, the Netherlands, You can also search for this author in The challenge is to convince GPs to take a lead, also when they are not inclined to take this role in organizing multidisciplinary teams for older people. As the situation developed, the GP still kept the overview and took initiatives, but team building became more a responsibility of the team as a whole. Therefore, it was not necessary for the CMO region Arnhem–Nijmegen or another recognized review committee to make a positive assessment. Comparing our results with the three clusters of the Healthy ALLiances framework [46], used in our theoretical framework, we found that, looking at the institutional cluster, GPs and NHPSs were active in building networks at a strategic level, developing integrated care programmes with primary care groups, and applying for funding. The setting of the team played an important role facilitating the MTM. Sietske M. Grol. Either these organizations invited GPs to discuss collaboration in care for older people or GPs themselves took the initiative: GP: It is nice that soon [...] we will have a meeting with the municipality where we will discuss a lot of problematic cases, not just the frail older people but also youngsters and multiproblem families, you name it. For instance, in the first round of focus groups, each team was asked to start a quality-improvement project. What we offer – General Practitioners Lifelong Healthcare Aged Care Services is a reputable healthcare organisation which gives general practitioners looking for a flexible, varied role an opportunity to cement their career in general practice in a supportive, collaborative working environment. For instance, George et al. Leadersh Health Serv. The teams were free to fill in the projects in their own way. OECD: Health reform: meeting the challenge of ageing and multiple morbidities; 2011. That is very important. Br J Gen Pract. We would like to thank all health- and social care professionals who participated in our study for their openness towards us and for the time they invested in data collection. Drewes YM, Koenen JM, de Ruijter W, van Dijk-van Dijk DJ, van der Weele GM, Middelkoop BJ, Reis R, Assendelft WJ, Gussekloo J. GPs’ perspectives on preventive care for older people: a focus group study. Wattanapisit A, Teo CH, Wattanapisit S, Teoh E, Woo WJ, Ng CJ. Sampling in qualitative research. SG and AK (a biomedical scientist and junior researcher) read and corrected all transcripts. Gilleard C, Hyde M, Higgs P. The impact of age, place, aging in place, and attachment to place on the well-being of the over 50s in England. However, the question that precedes this is whether GPs have a choice to take the lead in multidisciplinary team building or not. In: The kings fund; 2014. 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The Role of the General Practitioner/Family Physician in Health Care Systems: A Statement from WONCA, 1991 [7] World Health Organization, The world health report 2008: Primary health care now more than ever, WHO, Geneva, 2008. We chose this focus because we expected to find successful GP roles in these multidisciplinary teams. They were all passionate about delivering integrated, good-quality, person-centred care. Leadership and leadership development in healthcare: the evidence base. 2016. 220-231. 2006;60(10):854–7. However, little is known about how GPs can play this role best. J Epidemiol Community Health. In order to enable GPs to play a leading role in reforming primary care, more emphasis should be put on the Leader role as well. In literature, little is found about how GPs shape their role in care for older people, and evidence is lacking about the best way to fulfil this role [25,26,27]. GM: PhD, researcher, manager healthy living, Department of Primary and Community Care, Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen and Community Health Service Gelderland-Zuid, Department of Healthy Living, Nijmegen, NL. GP: I see also the benefits for the patient, so I think, looking at the bigger picture, it also saves work.  |  The NP Clinical Learning & Governance (CLLEVER) Project conducted in 2014 has classified a set of Nurse Practitioner metaspecialties consisting of Aged and Palliative Care, Child and Family Health Care, Mental Health Care, Care of People with Long-Term Conditions, Emergency and Acute Care and Primary Health Care. Manage cookies/Do not sell my data we use in the preference centre. AK carried out part of the study, contributed to data interpretation, and critically revised the manuscript. CAS  This happened more often in experienced teams: GP: Yes, one person puts the patient on the agenda and asks questions. Lancet. Valentijn PP, Schepman SM, Opheij W, Bruijnzeels MA. Five key concepts about the roles that GPs play in these successful care teams were identified. In Australia, the GP: 1. is most likely the first point of contact in matters of personal health 2. coordinates the care of patients and refers patients to other specialists 3. cares for patients in a whole of person approach and in the context of their work, family and community 4. cares for patients of all ages, both sexes, children and adults across all disease categories 5. cares for patients over a period of their lifetime 6. provides advic… Tong A, Sainsbury P, Craig J. Pullon S, Morgan S, Macdonald L, McKinlay E, Gray B. 2013;59(9):e428–34. Borleffs JC, Mourits MJ, Scheele F. CanMEDS 2015: nog betere dokters? Focus group methodology: when and why? Fond G, Ducasse D, Attal J, Larue A, Macgregor A, Brittner M, Capdevielle D. Encephale. Finances for multidisciplinary consultation were insecure. 2016;160(0):D406. GPs coordinated the medical domain, ensuring that all physical aspects were addressed. [Focus group 3.]. The discovery of grounded theory: strategies for qualitative research. Development of competency model for family physicians against the background of 'internet plus healthcare' in China: a mixed methods study. Clipboard, Search History, and several other advanced features are temporarily unavailable. However, we purposefully studied best practices in order to be able to learn more about their success factors. Mostashari F, Sanghavi D, McClellan M. Health reform and physician-led accountable care: the paradox of primary care physician leadership. Our key concepts could provide guidance herein. Purposeful and theoretical sampling; merging or clear boundaries? Concerning all factors, GPs were determinative. Moreover, we performed semi-structured interviews with four GPs. Lancet. The GP coordinates care for frail older patients with complex needs [42, 43]. We recruited four GP best practices in care for older people. 1-274. BMC Fam Pract. Rechel B, Grundy E, Robine JM, Cylus J, Mackenbach JP, Knai C, McKee M. Ageing in the European Union. More questions than the question addressed in this paper were examined (see Appendix 2). 1-14. 2013;381(9874):1312–22. GP: I think we have always had the same kind of people. While some GPs saw themselves as a pivotal professional, others downplayed their role and emphasized the importance of others, especially nurses and social workers who are, in the GPs’ opinion, closer to patients: GP: I'm still thinking about the notion that you cannot bypass the doctor in the integrated care process. That's all in order. Inspectie Gezondheidszorg en Jeugd [Healthcare and Youth Inspectorate]. According to the Committee, the respondents in our research were not subjected to any actions or behaviour that indicated that the research should be considered as a research under the Medical Research Act (WMO [Wet Medisch Onderzoek]). GPs provide care relating to a wide variety of patient problems, based on relationships developed over time. All team members networked at an operational level, in the meaning of working together in practice. They are being discussed in order to decide who does what. Glaser B, Strauss A. Primary care is currently facing extreme pressures, with higher workloads and an increasing demand for patient appointments (Siddiqui et al, 2017). This article presents findings of a literature review evaluating the impact of ACPs working in primary care. The participants signed an informed consent form to be included in this study. In addition, we have collected information about quality-improvement projects. A scoping review of comparisons between mobile apps and GP tasks. Den Haag: Boom onderwijs; 2005. Who are your most important collaboration partners in the organization of integrated care for older people?’. Int J Gerontol. The results of the second focus-group meeting were therefore definitely influenced by both the outcomes of the first focus group, the quality improvement project and the inspiration that the teams had gained in the exchange meetings. Time line of the PRECURO participatory action research. It was deliberately not the intention to carry out a representative study. You do not have to lean on one profession, you divide tasks. 1999;77(1):77–110. 2, pp. [Charisma and leadership: new challenges for psychiatry]. 2012;25(Suppl 1):S12–7. The focus groups were moderated by SG. As individuals with unique physical and emotional needs, they should be surrounded with respect, understanding and love and, where possible, be empowered to make decisions for themselves. 2011;19(6):369–89. 2001;358(9280):483–8. A mixed qualitative research model in four multidisciplinary teams for elderly care in the Netherlands was used. In our opinion, GPs should be more aware of this professional pivotal position in the community, as regarded by other professionals in primary care and social services. GPs had been more dominant in teams that had just started. We used mixed qualitative research to obtain the answers to our study question. GPs took an important role in successful care settings for older people. It is largely unknown which factors determine the uptake of a successful role by GPs in integrated models of care. GP: That is also prescribed by the health care insurance. Balasubramanian BA, Chase SM, Nutting PA, Cohen DJ, Strickland PA, Crosson JC, Miller WL, Crabtree BF, Team US. Is it not the case that organizing multidisciplinary care for groups of patients with complex health and care problems is part of the GP profession? Ageing: debate the issues. The study was carried out in 2013 and 2014 in four multidisciplinary teams in the region of Nijmegen, the Netherlands. Patton MQ. Of course, ultimately the GPs pay for it anyway. In: VA Evidence Synthesis Program Evidence Briefs [Internet]. This is really a requirement. Boeckxstaens P, De Graaf P. Primary care and care for older persons: position paper of the European forum for primary care. The semi-structured topic list for focus groups and interviews was based on a theoretical framework prepared on the basis of the ‘Healthy ALLiances (HALL) framework’ and on ‘Preconditions for healthy care: integrated and effective support by caregivers at lifestyle changes’ as prescribed by the Dutch Inspectorate for Healthcare (Appendix 2) [46, 47]. Moreover, GPs are potentially in the position to play a role of importance in integrated, multidisciplinary teams in the community, such as in care for older people. An exploratory qualitative study. Evidence Brief: The Quality of Care Provided by Advanced Practice Nurses. None of the other professionals in the four teams took a role in networking at this strategic level. GPs took the lead in building multidisciplinary teams. WA: MD, PhD, professor in general practice, Department of Primary and Community Care, Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, NL. Van Weel C, Schers H, Timmermans A. The interviews lasted about 60 min and were minuted by SG. Dr Bartone is an experienced General Practitioner and management executive, working in two General Practices in the northern suburbs of Melbourne. BMC Family Practice 2016;30(6):787–794. We identified five key activities that constitute a successful GP role: networking, facilitating, team building, integrating care elements, and showing leadership. This type of qualitative research is characterized by a cycle of reflection, data collection, and action that aims to improve health and care through involving health care providers. Literature on the role of GPs in multidisciplinary primary care teams, such as care for older people, are scarce [57]. iv-v, CAS  And secretly I think I deliver better care. Both primary care centres had managers who supported the integrated elderly care development (e.g. However, we have handed out the predicate ‘best practice’ by ourselves in a non-objective way. Farmer T, Robinson K, Elliott SJ, Eyles J. Singap Med J. PubMed  GPs should be aware that access to secondary services (e.g. All GPs selected the team members. We conducted a literature review to assess the current status of general practitioner services in residential aged-care facilities (RACFs) in Australia and the impact of recent initiatives to enhance access by RACF residents to these services. The aim of our survey was to assess the role of GPs in German cancer care from patients' perspective. Therefore, it was not necessary for the CMO region Arnhem–Nijmegen or another recognized review committee to make a positive assessment. social, mental, functioning in daily life) during a home visit. We analysed data using a hybrid inductive/deductive thematic analysis. Stakeholders in the community saw GPs as natural leaders. GP: No, we cannot. These so called stakeholders, often participants of MTMs, were approached for participation in our focus-group study (minimum six, maximum eight). [Focus group 6.]. According to the Committee, the respondents in our research were not subjected to any actions or behaviour that indicated that the research should be considered as a research under the Medical Research Act (WMO [Wet Medisch Onderzoek]). In the Netherlands, all patients are registered with a GP, who on average deals with more than 95% of presented medical problems and arranges referral to secondary care when needed. Consolidated criteria for reporting qualitative research (COREQ): a 32-item checklist for interviews and focus groups. In our study, GPs initiated the process of care coordination, whereas other team members, mostly nurses or social workers, carried out this task. 2016;30(6):787–94. CAS  For over fifty years, nurse practitioners have provided both care to those in need and seen their profession practice flourish. Article  2000;19(1):54–5. This site needs JavaScript to work properly. The value of a family physician. J Aging Health. The analysis involved both pragmatic initial coding and thematic coding based on the factors from the theoretical framework [48,49,50,51]. VA Evidence Synthesis Program Evidence Briefs. Whitehead CR, Austin Z, Hodges BD. GPs practised their role differently, influenced by practice setting and the developmental stage of integrated elderly care. 2013 Dec;39(6):445-51. doi: 10.1016/j.encep.2012.10.006. Amsterdam: Boom Lemma publishers; 2015. Evaluative criteria for qualitative research in health care: controversies and recommendations. The challenge is to convince GPs to take a lead, also when they are not inclined to take this role in organizing multidisciplinary teams for older people. 2012;62(604):e765–72. 1990;13(1):3–21. 2015;34(3):149–54. In the opinions of health care and social professionals in our study, GPs should not be hesitant to take the initiative to organize multidisciplinary teams for the care of older people with complex needs. 2016;29(3):220–30. This is a question that should be answered by the occupational group. According to the health care and social service professionals in our study, the role of GPs in multidisciplinary teams for elderly care was characterized by the ability to 'see the bigger picture'. It all starts with this sort of contact. Integrated care is defined as a means to improve access, quality, and continuity of services in a more efficient way, especially for people with complex needs [15,16,17]. We identified five key activities that constitute a successful GP role: networking, facilitating, team building, integrating care elements, and showing leadership. 2011;19(6):369–389. Hence, the role of general practitioners (GPs) in identifying an indication for genetic testing and long‐term follow‐up of patients is crucial. Fam Pract. Two teams had been constructed around general practices, and two had been formed around health centres that contained general practices. All participants gave written consent for the use of anonymized quotations from the focus-group discussions in presentations and publications arising from the research. Clegg A, Young J, Iliffe S, Rikkert MO, Rockwood K. Frailty in elderly people. doi: 10.1080/13561820.2016.1220929. Qual Soc Work. For people with hearing loss, the General Practitioner (GP) can play an instrumental role in early detection of hearing loss as well as guiding appropriate and timely choices for addressing hearing concerns. 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