6 edition of 10 powerful ideas for improving patient care. found in the catalog.
10 powerful ideas for improving patient care.
Maureen A. Bisognano
|Other titles||Ten powerful ideas for improving patient care|
|Statement||Maureen Bisognano and James Conway ; with Dan Schummers.|
|Contributions||Conway, James, 1947-, Schummers, Dan.|
|LC Classifications||RA399.A1 B573 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||70 p. :|
|Number of Pages||70|
|LC Control Number||2007032550|
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book share 10 powerful ideas for improving patient care. book in patient care that are reliable, ready for implementation, and have been used successfully. Each chapter provides a description of the idea, an example of it in practice, and the results that have been achieved, where available.
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10 powerful ideas for improving patient care. Chicago, IL: Health Administration Press ; Cambridge, MA: Institute for Healthcare Improvement, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James Reinertsen; W M L C M Schellekens.
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This article is more than 2 years old. Improving patient satisfaction, customer service and the customer experience, and, of course, HCAHPS. Evidence-Based Design I T he built environment is a powerful force in patient care. If properly designed, it enables care providers to do their work more effectively, and it has the potential to enhance patient safety.
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Organise care pathways based on evidence of File Size: 2MB. As discussed in Chapter 1, the American health care system is in need of major restructuring. This will not be an easy task, but the potential benefits are great. To cross the divide between today's system and the possibilities of tomorrow, strong leadership and clear direction will be necessary.
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As founder of the Picker Institute, Harvey challenged the health care system to improve patient care by considering the totality of the experience through the eyes of the patient.
Keep your promises. Many promises made to patients are never kept. Things like, "You'll get the best care here" and "We treat each individual who. Understanding and Using Health Experiences: Improving patient care examines a broad range of different sources and techniques for gathering and analyzing health experiences.
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