Health Care Satisfaction

Nation’s First Institute to Prepare Nurses to Care for People with Developmental Disabilities to Open at St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY

Source: Nation’s First Institute to Prepare Nurses to Care for People with Developmental Disabilities to Open at St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY PITTSFORD, N.Y., Oct. 30, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Earlier today, St. John Fisher College, Tom Golisano, and the Golisano Foundation announced the creation of the Golisano Institute for Developmental Disability Nursing thanks to a $5.8 million gift, $5 million from Tom Golisano and $800,000 from …

Nation’s First Institute to Prepare Nurses to Care for People with Developmental Disabilities to Open at St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY Read More »

The Electronic Health Record Problem | Commonwealth Fund

EHRs have one critical performance requirement: generating clinical revenues. In the fee-for-service world Source: The Electronic Health Record Problem | Commonwealth Fund December 13, 2018 David Blumenthal, M.D. It’s no secret that many physicians are unhappy with their electronic health records (EHRs). They say they spend too much time keying in data and too little …

The Electronic Health Record Problem | Commonwealth Fund Read More »

Doctors With Disabilities: Why They’re Important – The New York Times

There’s good reason to believe a more diverse work force — one that includes doctors with disabilities — would be good for patients and doctors. Patients of various backgrounds tend to feel more comfortable with physicians like them, and that’s true for people with disabilities as well. Source: Doctors With Disabilities: Why They’re Important – …

Doctors With Disabilities: Why They’re Important – The New York Times Read More »

Lessons from High Performing Hospitals: Achieving Patient and Family-Centered Care

Source: Lessons from High Performing Hospitals Lessons from High Performing Hospitals: Achieving Patient and Family-Centered Care Patient-Centered Care In A Nutshell Providers partner with patients to anticipate and satisfy the full range of patient needs and preferences Hospitals support staff in achieving their professional aspirations and personal goals A Consistent Finding: It’s All About Culture …

Lessons from High Performing Hospitals: Achieving Patient and Family-Centered Care Read More »

“Bite Sized” Exercises and Discussion Prompts to Reinforce Culture

Source: Planetree.org “Bite Sized” Exercises and Discussion Prompts to Reinforce Culture Below is a collection of discussion prompts and exercises designed to engage the hearts and minds of all members of the team in the practice patient-centered transformation effort. These exercises are designed to be concise enough to be incorporated into brief huddles or team meetings. …

“Bite Sized” Exercises and Discussion Prompts to Reinforce Culture Read More »