clinical engagement

clinical engagement

A generic term for the involvement of UK clinicians, especially GPs, in management (administrative) decisions.
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As a clinical services provider to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, Accelovance offers comprehensive clinical development services including management and implementation of Phase I-IV clinical trials and a clinical engagement solution utilized for recruitment, post-marketing surveillance, and long-term survival follow-up.
Scheduled Speaker: Tammy Richards, corporate director of patient and clinical engagement at Intermountain Healthcare.
CMOs viewed care coordination, clinical engagement and systematic process improvement as interrelated issues that impact their organizations' ability to achieve the Triple Aim of health care reform.
Factors such as lack of executive consensus, patchy clinical engagement , and concerns over having to make decisions which may be politically difficult were all cited as reasons why more progress has not yet been made.
Based on interviews with CIMA members working in the NHS, "Building clinical engagement with costing" covers topics such as the ongoing improvement of both costing quality and systems; benchmarking; decision-making; and efficiency.
Following a public and clinical engagement process, the Intermediate Ophthalmology Service has been identified as an area for service redesign across Fylde and Wyre and Blackpool.
This work will take time in terms of both clinical engagement and public involvement to find the right solutions for Hywel Dda.
This should give dentists opportunities to improve the commissioning of dentistry through efficient clinical engagement.
Three of those are clinical engagement specialists and eight are data collectors/recruiters.
The Clinical Engagement Award is meant to recognize up to three leading clinical health professionals for making the critical link between our industrialized food system and public health.
During the transition phase it had used the small size as a strength to maximise clinical engagement in the commissiing arena for the Eston corridor population.
John Bluford, president and CEO of Truman Medical Centers and chairman-elect of the American Hospital Association Boaru of Trustees, attributes the gains to a mix of boardroom leadership--where quality is now the first tem on me agenda and front-line clinical engagement.
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