Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative | April 2017

“When patients and families are partners in planning and making decisions about their care, health outcomes are better, patient experience and satisfaction improves, and often, costs are lower. Health care practices can adopt a variety of strategies to improve person and family engagement. Changes can range from improving office workflow, to improving how care team members interface with the patient and family, to developing shared decision-making strategies that ensure treatment is understood by and meaningful to the individual patient.”

Read more by clicking on this link:
6 steps to creating a culture of person and family engagement in health care