patient-centered

patient-centered

(pā′shĕnt-sent′ĕrd)
Pert. to health care that is focused on the patient or consumer of health care rather than on health care providers, financiers, insurers, or institutions.
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Home-time, which is defined as the total number of days spent alive by the patient at home, outside healthcare institutions after discharge from an index stroke event, is an example of a patient-centered outcome measure that meets this need.
Summary: The latest report on "Patient-Centered Care Market" categorizes the industry by product segmentation, installation process, technology, top manufacturers, applications and forecast during 2018 to 2025.
Tribune News Network Doha As many as 250 clinicians have completed a Compassionate Human Interactions workshop designed to reinforce patient-centered care principles and practices.
You have probably been hearing a lot about patient-centered care in the last few years.
Under the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) programmes, the partnership will work jointly on initiatives to improve chronic conditions, including Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) programmes.
The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI, pcori.org) has approved more than $2 billion since 2012 to fund more than 400 patient-centered comparative effectiveness studies and other projects to enhance the methods and infrastructure necessary to conduct this type of research.
- According to the Chicago, Illinois-based American Academy of Pain Medicine, research presented at its 34th annual meeting being held in Vancouver, British Columbia finds that individualized, patient-centered opioid tapering programs were successful in reducing opioid doses without increasing patient-reported pain intensity or pain interference, the association said.
The National Committee for Quality Assurance announced Tuesday Bel Air-based Upper Chesapeake Hematology & Oncology Services has received recognition for its Patient-Centered Specialty Practice category and for its Oncology Medical Home program.
Isn't it time to make patient-centered care a reality and not just a slogan?
This unipolar construct of health care gradually gave way to a patient-centered model, in which the patient's attitudes, wishes and needs were taken as the guiding principle of management.1
There is potential for a misunderstanding between patients, providers, and policy makers of what patient-centered care is.

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