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The guideline recommends interventions for the treatment of PTSD in adults. Recommendations are based on a systematic review of the scientific evidence, a weighing of the benefits and harms of interventions, consideration of what is known about patient values and preferences, and consideration of the applicability of the evidence across demographic groups and settings.

Adult CPA Method 2020.pdf


Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) is a major public health challenge, with an average global incidence among adults of 55 OHCAs per 100,000 person-years. [1] In China, there are more than 230 million people with cardiovascular disease, and 550,000 individuals experience cardiac arrest every year [2]. Worldwide, survival after OHCA remains poor [3]. In China, the survival rate of OHCA is less than 1% [4]. Early initiation, good cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) quality, and the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) significantly improved survival and long-term outcomes in survivors of OHCA [2, 5,6,7].

Potential limitations in this study need to be acknowledged. A high degree of heterogeneity was observed in this meta-analysis. The heterogeneity across studies may result from differences in the EMS system, research method, samples, provider and quality of CPR (e.g., bystander CPR, EMS CPR), and Utstein definition. However, the sensitivity analyses and consistent results from various subgroup analyses suggested that the estimates were relatively robust, and the heterogeneity can be overestimated when studies with large sample sizes are pooled. Second, only those studies published in English were included in this meta-analysis and studies in other languages were omitted. Third, the literature searches were carried out in three databases, which may be considered a source of bias.

SJY, YG, and CZL conceived and designed the study. SJY, YG, NJ, YQC, QZ, and SC participated in the acquisition of data. YG and NJ analyzed the data. YG and YQC gave advice on methodology. SJY, YG, and HJ drafted the manuscript, and YG, NJ, RXW, YQC, QZ, and CZL revised the manuscript. All authors read and approved the final manuscript. CZL is the guarantors of this work and had full access to all the data in the study and takes responsibility for its integrity and the accuracy of the data analysis.

The HCAHPS (Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems) survey is the first national, standardized, publicly reported survey of patients' perspectives of hospital care. HCAHPS (pronounced "H-caps"), also known as the CAHPS Hospital Survey, is a survey instrument and data collection methodology for measuring patients' perceptions of their hospital experience. While many hospitals have collected information on patient satisfaction for their own internal use, until HCAHPS there was no national standard for collecting and publicly reporting information about patient experience of care that allowed valid comparisons to be made across hospitals locally, regionally and nationally.

The HCAHPS survey is administered to a random sample of adult patients across medical conditions between 48 hours and six weeks after discharge; the survey is not restricted to Medicare beneficiaries. Hospitals may either use an approved survey vendor, or collect their own HCAHPS data (if approved by CMS to do so). HCAHPS can be implemented in four different survey modes: mail, telephone, mail with telephone follow-up, or active interactive voice recognition (IVR). Hospitals can use the HCAHPS survey alone, or include additional questions after the core HCAHPS items. Hospitals must survey patients throughout each month of the year. The survey is available in official English, Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Vietnamese, Portuguese and German versions. The survey and its protocols for sampling, data collection and coding, and file submission can be found in the current HCAHPS Quality Assurance Guidelines, which is available on the official HCAHPS website,

In May 2005, the HCAHPS survey was endorsed by the National Quality Forum, a national organization that represents the consensus of many healthcare providers, consumer groups, professional associations, purchasers, federal agencies, and research and quality organizations. In December 2005, the federal Office of Management and Budget gave its final approval for the national implementation of HCAHPS for public reporting purposes. CMS implemented the HCAHPS survey in October 2006, and the first public reporting of HCAHPS results occurred in March 2008. The survey, its methodology and the results it produces are in the public domain.

The following table outlines immigrant categories covered by CSPA, methods by which CSPA age is calculated, whether the sought to acquire requirement applies, and references to legal authorities and additional guidance. 041b061a72

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