Tag Archives: Patient Engagement

Encore Presentation

Engaging with Evidence-Based Medicine in the ‘Lifeworld’

Lifeworld…is the background of ordinary life: mainly private, somewhat naive and biased, but also authentic and essential to our satisfaction as human beings. – Peter Levine Health problems happen in the “lifeworld” – the deeply individual, imperfect, meaningful and authentic experience each of us has living in the world. The way our health care system […]

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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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Encore Presentation

KLAS Summit Identifies Seven Principles for Patient Engagement

Last fall, healthcare IT leaders came together in Salt Lake City, Utah, to discuss the future of patient engagement. This Patient Engagement Keystone Summit sought to accomplish a few things: Define patient engagement and establish a framework. Establish a common, patient-centric language. Align health information technology (HIT) capabilities and expectations. Explore patient engagement outcome measurements. […]

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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.

Susan Carr has 61 post(s) at EngagingPatients.org

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Engaging With Numbers

The Impact of Numeracy on Patient Engagement

Editor’s note: This post, originally published in June 2018, was the third post in Trudeau’s series on how to engage patients through written materials. In February, he wrote about three pillars to creating health-literate material: purpose, audience, and input. In March, he offered two tips for writing engaging content: use question-style headings and explain technical terms […]

Patient Engagement

Engaging with Evidence-Based Medicine in the ‘Lifeworld’

Lifeworld…is the background of ordinary life: mainly private, somewhat naive and biased, but also authentic and essential to our satisfaction as human beings. – Peter Levine Health problems happen in the “lifeworld” – the deeply individual, imperfect, meaningful and authentic experience each of us has living in the world. The way our health care system […]

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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.

Susan Carr has 61 post(s) at EngagingPatients.org

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In the Literature

Engaging Patients in Canada

Earlier this month, I reviewed notable articles about patient and family engagement published in 2018. Reflecting my own bias, all of the articles on my list reflected experience in the United States. The U.S. bias was subconscious until I discovered a special issue of Healthcare Quarterly,a journal published by Longwoods Publishing Corp., based in Toronto. […]

Patient Engagement

Highlights From the Literature of 2018

The new year often inspires top-10 lists of past accomplishments or goals for the coming year. Looking back at published literature on the topic of patient engagement in 2018, I see too many to review comprehensively and too much variation to allow a few – or ten – to pop up as the “best.” It’s […]

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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.

Susan Carr has 61 post(s) at EngagingPatients.org

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2019 Sherman Award

Nominations Open Jan. 24 for the 2019 Sherman Award

Happy New Year! As you are reflecting on your patient engagement accomplishments from 2018, please consider taking a few moments to nominate yourself, a colleague or other outstanding program or project for the 2019 Sherman Award for Excellence in Patient Engagement for 2019 Sherman Citation for Excellence in Pediatric Patient Engagement. Nominations for the 2019 […]

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Arundi Venkayya Arundi Venkayya is marketing and public relations manager for Taylor Healthcare, curator of EngagingPatients.org and administrator of the Sherman Award program which recognizes excellence in patient and family engagement. Before joining Taylor Healthcare, Arundi was an editor at the Dayton Daily News and served as public relations manager for Dayton Children's Hospital.

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KLAS Keystone Summit

KLAS Summit Identifies Seven Principles for Patient Engagement

On October 2, 2018, healthcare IT leaders came together in Salt Lake City, Utah, to discuss the future of patient engagement. This Patient Engagement Keystone Summit sought to accomplish a few things: Define patient engagement and establish a framework. Establish a common, patient-centric language. Align health information technology (HIT) capabilities and expectations. Explore patient engagement […]

Pediatric Medicine

Pediatrics as a Model for Patient Engagement

Editor’s note: This Encore Presentation focuses on programs in pediatric medicine that provide good models for patient and family engagement throughout medicine. The post concludes with a list of five programs recognized as winners or finalists of the Sherman Award for Excellence in Patient Engagement. Nominations for the 2019 Sherman Award will open next month. […]

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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.

Susan Carr has 61 post(s) at EngagingPatients.org

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Patient Engagement

Getting Granular About Speaking Up

If you see something, say something. From the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, to local school districts, to The Joint Commission, organizations are encouraging everyone to speak up when something doesn’t seem right. How we each respond to that directive is highly individual and often unexamined. Most of the time, deciding whether and how to deliver […]

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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.

Susan Carr has 61 post(s) at EngagingPatients.org

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