clinical engagement

clinical engagement

A generic term for the involvement of UK clinicians, especially GPs, in management (administrative) decisions.
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'We have always appreciated AIM's focus on automation and high touch clinical engagement, and with AIM Inform, we will gain enhancements to our pre-authorization workflow and save staff time,' said Brad Buxton, vice president of strategy and business development at Northwest Community Hospital.
Andrew Murray, medical director at NHS ForthValley,said:"Clinical engagement has been key in our initial go-live and we will continue to refine HOWTRAKCARE fits into patient flow and clinical workflow, to ensure our busy clinicians have easy access to the information they need."
This specialty offering provides education and clinical engagement from pre entry through continuing care.
Lacuna Health will provide CCM services to ACC's existing clients using Lacuna Health's 24-7 clinical engagement model.
To be frank, we were a failing Trust, but through his honesty, drive, strong leadership and clinical engagement he was instrumental in turning around our Trust.
A spokesperson for NHS North of Tyne said: "Within the four North of Tyne CCGs there is very strong clinical leadership with a major emphasis on developing systems and processes to enable the strongest possible clinical engagement.
Stronger clinical engagement in the decision-making process is something that managers would welcome, and indeed, have been encouraging for some years.
Scheduled Speaker: Tammy Richards, corporate director of patient and clinical engagement at Intermountain Healthcare.
We need to strive to maintain our clinical engagement amongst our 6 member practices as we merge with Langbaurgh into a larger organisation.
He will support Perimeter's ongoing clinical engagement, validation of market entry strategy and fundraising efforts.
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