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Shifting the Paradigm

Encore Presentation: Engaged Patients Are the New Paradigm

Editor’s Note: This week, we revisit a post written by “e-Patient” Dave deBronkart, whose thoughts are always evolving. In an article published in July in the Beryl Institute’s Patient Experience Journal, deBronkart continued to develop ideas that he explored for Engaging Patients in April: the pace of progress toward engagement and the kind of change that […]

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The Power of ‘&’ in Patient Experience & Engagement

Editor’s Note: Next week, April 24–28, The Beryl Institute (one of Engaging Patients’ partner organizations) will celebrate Patient Experience Week. Each year, PX Week provides a focused time for organizations to celebrate and reenergize their commitment to improving the patient experience and honoring all healthcare workers for their efforts on behalf of patients. In this […]

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Stacy Palmer, Senior Vice President of The Beryl Institute Stacy Palmer is senior vice president of The Beryl Institute, the global community of practice dedicated to improving the patient experience through collaboration and shared knowledge. With a commitment to gather, understand and integrate insights and ideas from The Beryl Institute community, Stacy has helped establish a resource library of proven practices and research sharing how healthcare organizations around the globe are creating positive experiences for patients, family members and caregivers.

Stacy Palmer, senior vice president of The Beryl Institute has 2 post(s) at EngagingPatients.org

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Partners in Care

Family Caregivers: Impacting (and Impacted by) the Patient Experience

Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter said, “You have either been a caregiver, you are a caregiver, you will be a caregiver, or someone will care for you.” There is no denying the role of caregiver can be one of the most unexpected and exhausting challenges a loved one faces, but it has also been referred […]

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Stacy Palmer, Senior Vice President of The Beryl Institute Stacy Palmer is senior vice president of The Beryl Institute, the global community of practice dedicated to improving the patient experience through collaboration and shared knowledge. With a commitment to gather, understand and integrate insights and ideas from The Beryl Institute community, Stacy has helped establish a resource library of proven practices and research sharing how healthcare organizations around the globe are creating positive experiences for patients, family members and caregivers.

Stacy Palmer, senior vice president of The Beryl Institute has 2 post(s) at EngagingPatients.org

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The State of the Patient Experience

The Results are In: Patient Experience Matters

I’d like to start with a basic premise to consider in healthcare (and relevant to life in general, for that matter); that we have a series of experiences, driven by encounters with people or now even technology. These experiences are not just passing moments, but as defined, experiences are all that is perceived, understood and […]

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Jason A. Wolf, President, The Beryl Institute Jason is a passionate champion and recognized expert on patient experience improvement, organizational effectiveness and change, and sustaining high performance in healthcare. As President of The Beryl Institute, Jason has led the growth of the organization from a powerful idea for improvement in healthcare to an organization now recognized as a leading global community of practice and thought leader on improving the patient experience, engaging over 38,000 people in more than 50 countries. Jason is also the founding Editor of the Patient Experience Journal, the first open-access, peer-reviewed journal committed to research and practice in patient experience improvement. Prior to joining the Institute, Jason designed and led the organization change, service, and leadership development strategies with HCA and conducted groundbreaking research to identify the characteristics of high performance healthcare organizations. Jason is a sought after speaker and an author of numerous articles and publications including two recent books on organization culture, change and performance in healthcare.

Jason A. Wolf, Ph.D., President, The Beryl Institute has 3 post(s) at EngagingPatients.org

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Paths to a Better Care Experience

The Power of Person-Centeredness in Long-Term Care

The definition of patient experience closes with a critical phrase. One gaining increased attention as people talk about the subject of patient experience. Those words – across the continuum of care – anchor the definition with a clear statement that individuals do not simply frame their healthcare encounters in single clinical moments, but rather across […]

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Jason A. Wolf, President, The Beryl Institute Jason is a passionate champion and recognized expert on patient experience improvement, organizational effectiveness and change, and sustaining high performance in healthcare. As President of The Beryl Institute, Jason has led the growth of the organization from a powerful idea for improvement in healthcare to an organization now recognized as a leading global community of practice and thought leader on improving the patient experience, engaging over 38,000 people in more than 50 countries. Jason is also the founding Editor of the Patient Experience Journal, the first open-access, peer-reviewed journal committed to research and practice in patient experience improvement. Prior to joining the Institute, Jason designed and led the organization change, service, and leadership development strategies with HCA and conducted groundbreaking research to identify the characteristics of high performance healthcare organizations. Jason is a sought after speaker and an author of numerous articles and publications including two recent books on organization culture, change and performance in healthcare.

Jason A. Wolf, Ph.D., President, The Beryl Institute has 3 post(s) at EngagingPatients.org

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