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2020 Sherman Award

Sherman Award Postponed as Healthcare Workforce Responds to Pandemic

The 2020 Sherman Award for Excellence in Patient Engagement has been postponed while healthcare organizations around the world confront the global coronavirus crisis. The Sherman Award is central the mission of Taylor Healthcare and the Engaging Patients blog, but progress on this year’s award must now be suspended in deference to public health concerns and […]

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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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Partners in Care

Encore Presentation: The Case of the Missing Consent Form

Editor’s Note: Informed consent is more than a signed form–it should be a process–a collaboration between providers and patients. This week, we offer an Encore Presentation of Tim Kelly’s explanation of the importance of informed consent and why it’s critical informed consent is a process for providers. A well-thought out informed consent process helps create […]

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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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Observations from 2016 PX Conference

Post Discharge: Reaching Beyond the Hospital’s Walls to Create an Exceptional Care Experience

I have a confession to make – I love technologies that substitute for oftentimes slow human interactions. At the grocery store and at Home Depot, I head straight to the self-service lane where I quickly scan and pay for my items at a check-out kiosk. Further, I revere my online banking portal with the same […]

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Timothy Kelly, MS, MBA Timothy Kelly is a director at Taylor Healthcare where he is responsible for patient education and patient follow-up technology solutions. Tim has spent 25 years in the medical software/medical device industries, including service at Dialog Medical and C.R. Bard, Inc. His areas of interest include engagement strategies, patient safety and shared decision-making research. Tim serves as Taylor Healthcare's representative on the National Quality Forum, and is a member of ASHRM, HIMSS and ACRP. He publishes frequently on the subject of informed consent and recently presented on that topic at the 2014 ACRP, AHIMA and ASHRM Conferences.

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