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By Michael Young. As healthcare institutions work to meet the triple aim of reducing healthcare costs while improving quality of care and population-wide health, efforts to expand the role of patient involvement in clinical ...
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) sets the rates all physicians get paid and insurance companies base their rates on the same formula. So who creates the formula? Well, it’s the doctors, silly!
A new White House initiative is intended to involve social and behavioral scientists in policy making.
A good start to a debate around involvement of ont he ground experts in politics...
What we need now more than ever is a change in the way we view our healthcare system and practice.
Patient experience scores may be included in GP ratings, says NHS England chief Pulse Exclusive Comparative data on GP practices including access, referrals, immunisation rates, and patient experience are being considered for publication by NHS...
“Access to treatment is critical to improving health & increasing #adherence rates” @ABCardio1 http://t.co/3IxZziUYKs #HealthPOV
With doctors spending so little time explaining new medications to patients, is it any wonder that patient non-compliance is so high?
A Remarkable Experience for Every Patient Every Time on Every Device.
On Friday I had a chance to speak with someone who reads this blog. He mentioned that my style of writing seemed a little edgy. I appreciate that he chose such a polite word.
Ten tips for extending patient engagement beyond the clinic EHRIntelligence.com The community of care continues to expand well beyond the traditional experience in the clinic.
Jane Jones outlines 10 simple things that need to be considered when planning how to measure changes in patient and carer experience over time.
Dear patients, It has been a hard week. I wanted to take a moment to personally apologize for all that you have endured. As one who has witnessed your pains and struggles, I can only wince with each new passing hurdle you are forced to leap over.
When I was working in the ICU recently, there were two “non-traditional” methods that I utilized my iPhone for to improve the care of my patients.