Increasing Consumer Demand for Tobacco Treatments. Ten Design Recommendations for Clinicians and Healthcare Systems

Susan Swartz Woods, Carlos R Jaen

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Abstract: Health professionals play an important role in addressing patient tobacco use in clinical settings. While there is clear evidence that identifying tobacco use and assisting smokers in quitting affects outcomes, challenges to improve routine, clinician-delivered tobacco intervention persist. The Consumer Demand Initiative has identified simple design principles to increase consumers' use of proven tobacco treatments. Applying these design strategies to activities across the healthcare system, we articulate ten recommendations that can be implemented in the context of most clinical systems where most clinicians work. The recommendations are: (1) reframe the definition of success, (2) portray proven treatments as the best care, (3) redesign the 5A's of tobacco intervention, (4) be ready to deliver the right treatment at the right time, (5) move tobacco from the social history to the problem list, (6) use words as therapy and language that makes sense, (7) fit tobacco treatment into clinical team workflows, (8) embed tobacco treatment into health information technology, (9) make every encounter an opportunity to intervene, and (10) end social disparities for tobacco users. Clinical systems need to change to improve tobacco treatment implementation. The consumer- and clinician-centered recommendations provide a roadmap that focuses on increasing clinician performance through greater understanding of the clinician's role in helping tobacco users, highlighting the value of evidence-based tobacco treatments, employing shared decision-making skills, and integrating routine tobacco treatment into clinical system routines.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalAmerican Journal of Preventive Medicine
Volume38
Issue number3 SUPPL. 1
DOIs
StatePublished - Mar 2010

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Increasing Consumer Demand for Tobacco Treatments. Ten Design Recommendations for Clinicians and Healthcare Systems. / Woods, Susan Swartz; Jaen, Carlos R.

In: American Journal of Preventive Medicine, Vol. 38, No. 3 SUPPL. 1, 03.2010.

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