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One of the reasons I love working in healthcare is because of the tremendous opportunity to create positive experiences. No matter who you are, it is very likely that you have a healthcare experience, either directly through yourself or a family member or indirectly through friends and colleagues.
As anyone who works in healthcare will attest, patient-centered care has taken center stage in discussions of quality provision of healthcare, but has the true meaning of patient-centered become lost in the rhetoric? In this week’s Insight, we examine what it means to be truly patient-centered, using the eight principles of patient-centered care highlighted in research conducted by the Picker Institute and Harvard Medical School.
As the U.S. healthcare system continues to tackle the Triple Aim of improving experiences of care, better population health and lowering costs, the need for health professionals to meaningfully partner with patients is growing in importance. Yet meaningful patient and...
Is there a correlation between increased levels of patient activation and improved health outcomes and lower costs? This was the question a group of researchers from the School of Nursing at the George Washington University, University of Oregon and Fairview Medical Group set out to answer.
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