Sherman Award

for Excellence in Patient Engagement

THE 2018 SHERMAN AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN PATIENT ENGAGEMENT AWARD WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON THURSDAY, MAY 24!

2017 Sherman Award Winners

     2017 Sherman Award Winners

Established in 2014, the Sherman Award is dedicated to recognizing innovative work that has resulted in better, safer care and improved outcomes by engaging patients and families. The award, a partnership between EngagingPatients.org, IHI/National Patient Safety Foundation’s Lucian Leape Institute and Taylor Healthcare, will be conferred at the NPSF/IHI 20th annual Patient Safety Congress in Boston, Mass. on May 24. The winner will receive an all-expenses paid trip to Boston for the Congress.

HONORING EXCELLENCE IN PATIENT ENGAGEMENT

Taylor Healthcare is pleased to sponsor the fifth annual Sherman Award for Excellence in Patient Engagement. The award was created to recognize the innovative and challenging work of engaging patients and families to improve outcomes. The 2018 award will be conferred by Taylor Healthcare in partnership with the IHI/National Patient Safety Foundation Lucian Leape Institute on May 24. The award-winning program and finalists will be featured on EngagingPatients.org.

For more information, please connect with us by email at arundi.venkayya@taylorcommunications.com or call 937-902-1411.

A WORD ABOUT RESULTS*

It is important to quantify the results.Results can come in many forms — from quality, financial and patient satisfaction metrics to testimonial stories that document the achievement. Present results in the manner you feel best represents this nominee’s achievement in patient engagement.

*Work must have occurred between January 1, 2017 and January 13, 2018.

NOMINATION CATEGORIES

  • Innovation
  • Quality of Care
  • Transformation
  • Patient Safety
  • Collaboration
  • Patient-Provider Communications
  • Communication
  • Employee/Staff Communications
  • Inspiration

ABOUT JOHN Q. SHERMAN

John Q. Sherman Founder of Standard Register, John Q. Sherman was a leading philanthropist in Dayton, Ohio with a deep commitment to healthcare and his community. At the onset of the Great Depression in 1928, he led the campaign to raise over one million dollars in just 30 days to build Good Samaritan Hospital. He left a legacy that lives on today through the company’s support of Dayton’s Samaritan Homeless Clinic, in the launching of EngagingPatients.org and now through the John Q. Sherman Award program.