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Patient & Family Engagement and Activation: Three Part Series – Part 3
April 29 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm CDT
Please join us for a three-part series on Patient & Family Engagement and Activation!
The concept of Patient-Centered Care was introduced to the public by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) in the 2001 landmark report, Crossing the Quality Chasm. Patient-centered care is one of the fundamental approaches to improving the quality of healthcare. Patient & family engagement and patient activation fall under the umbrella of patient-centered care, and are often used synonymously.
What do they really mean? Are they the same? In this series we will untangle these terms and explore what they really mean, where they overlap and what actions you can take to be more effective, efficient, and successful with patient engagement. We will examine what engagement and activation look like, hear directly from patients and caregivers, and explore practical strategies you
Why Participate in This Series?
- Better understand patient & family engagement and its relationship to improved outcomes, reduced costs, and increased satisfaction.
- Learn about different levels of patient activation and techniques you can use to increase activation.
- Get the scoop on what Medicare and other payers are focusing on and expecting around engagement and activation.
Part 1: Patient & Family Engagement – February 12, 2020 at 1:30 PM CT/12:30 PM MT
Part 2: Understanding Patient Activation – March 11, 2020 at 1:30 PM CT/12:30 PM MT
Part 3: Best Practices & Strategies – April 29, 2020 at 1:00 PM CT/12:00 PM MT
Who Should Participate?
Physicians, nurses, PAs, practice managers, administrators, patients and caregivers, patient and family advisors and advocates, health coaches, case managers, anyone who interacts with patients and their families.
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