[Recommendations on the use of telemedicine as applied to nutritional pathology].
Nutricion Hospitalaria, March 2022
Abad González, Ángel Luis, Civera Andrés, Miguel, Argente Pla, María, García Malpartida, Katherine, Olivares Alcolea, Josefina, Domínguez Escribano, José Ramón, Ferrer Gómez, Mercedes, González Boillos, Margarita, Hervás Abad, Elena, Negueruela Avella, Guillermo Iván, Urgelés Planella, Juan Ramón, Veses Martín, Silvia, Sánchez Juan, Carlos
telemedicine can improve the standards of clinical care and use of resources. The COVID-19 pandemic has required its implementation in routine practice. For this reason, a group of endocrinologists from Valencia, Murcia and the Balearic Islands created a committee for its development. to establish recommendations in order to improve the quality of consultation in nutritional disorders, and to create indicators for its management. the Delphi methodology was followed with the participation of 13 professionals in order to reach the widest consensus. A 16-item questionnaire was distributed within 3 rounds: in the first round, the degree of consensus was established; in the second round, the participants responded to the posed questions after having access to the first-round results. Agreement was considered if ≥ 75 % participants reached consensus, while strong agreement was considered if consensus was reached by ≥ 90 %. In addition, quality indicators were established. In a third round, these indicators were developed. after 3 rounds and a revision 5 recommendations with strong agreement were established based on organizational aspects. Regarding administrative aspects, 6 recommendations with strong agreement were established while 4 recommendations reached the level of agreement. Eight quality indicators were selected and developed. this document compiles a list of recommendations about needs and requirements to be taken into account for a quality telematic consultation in patients with nutritional disorders. In addition, health care quality indicators have been created and developed.
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