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Patients as Partners

Engaging Patients and Families in Patient Safety. An Interview With Marty Hatlie.

Marty Hatlie has spent decades working on behalf of patients and families, helping to gain recognition and meaningful roles for them as true partners in care and advocating for their right to be treated fairly and with respect when things go wrong. Now a self-described “recovering lawyer,” Hatlie had worked at the American Medical Association, […]

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Susan Carr Susan Carr is a medical editor and writer specializing in patient safety and engagement. In addition to curating the EngagingPatients blog, she produces publications for the Betsy Lehman Center in Boston and the Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine. Susan lives and works in Lunenburg, Massachusetts.

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Patients as Partners

Patients are Central to the Diagnostic Team

Editor’s note: This post brings patients into the diagnostic process as informed, engaged partners by explaining that diagnosis is a complex process, not a simple answer. Written by an experienced patient advocate, this column originally appeared in the “Dx IQ” series on the website of the Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine. SIDM works in […]

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Helene M. Epstein writes about patient safety and family health. Her goal is to help readers apply important new information to their own lives. Subscribe to her website at www.hmepstein.com and follow her on Twitter or Facebook.

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Patients as Partners

Cleveland Clinic’s ‘Our Voice Healthcare Partners Council’

Editor’s Note: Cleveland Clinic’s Our Voice Healthcare Partners Council was recognized as a finalist for the 2018 Sherman Award for Excellence in Patient Engagement. The Sherman Award is co-sponsored by Taylor Healthcare and the IHI/NPSF Lucian Leape Institute. In addition to selecting Sherman Award winners each year, the judges name finalists when the caliber of their projects warrant special recognition. […]

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Julie Rish, PhD Julie Rish is a clinical psychologist and director of design and best practice in the Office of Patient Experience at the Cleveland Clinic. She is the director of communication skills training and an assistant professor of medicine at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University. Rish’s work focuses on applying human-centered design to improve patient experience and co-designing partnering with patients to transform healthcare. She is passionate about improving experience for patients and caregivers, speaks nationally on this topic and was the recipient of the 2016 Press Ganey Success Story® award.

Julie Rish, PhD has 1 post(s) at EngagingPatients.org