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BREAST CANCER PATIENTS WEIGH IN ON ADDRESSING FINANCIAL BURDENS
Patients offer approaches to counter financial challenges of breast cancer and lymphedema
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20 Tips For Designing A Patient Engagement Strategy
Designing a patient engagement strategy to improve health outcomes is of vital importance.
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Primary Care Physician Insights Into a Typology of the Complex Patient in Primary Care
To inform the clinical application of new models of care for complex patients, the authors of this paper sought to understand how these physicians conceptualize patient complexity and to develop a corresponding typology.
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Understanding the person, engagement in decision‐making and promoting the care relationship are key elements of effective person-centredness in community care
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Using Psychographic Segmentation to Engage Patients Based on their Needs and Preferences
Psychographic segmentation identifies groups of people according to their motivations, priorities and communication preferences.
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Introducing a Framework for Experience in Healthcare
A framework that offers eight strategic lenses through which organizations can engage all voices in ensuing the best in experience for all.
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Social Listening Identifies Unmet Needs of Rare Disease Patients
A social listening project to learn more about patients living with a rare immune disorder.
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To Care is Human: 3 Considerations for the Future of Patient Experience
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Learning from patients once they leave a healthcare unit: Surviving well at home
In a 2013 essay in The Atlantic, Dr. Daniela Lamas wrote: “As more adults survive intensive care, we’ve inadvertently created a new world populated by the walking wounded....I’ve come to fear that our best interventions are less meaningful, and our counsel to families shallow, if we don’t fully understand what happens to our patients after they leave our units’ doors.”
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To Care is Human: The Factors Influencing Human Experience in Healthcare Today
Supported with in-depth research and consumer insight, To Care is Human brings clarity to the factors influencing patient experience.
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Thinking outside the (pill) box
As people get older and suffer more age-related health problems, non-drug options may be considered for ailments where possible--reducing the complexities associated with excess pill management.
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Nationwide Program Brings Hope Home to Lung Cancer Patients During the Holiday
The Bonnie J. Addario Lung Cancer Foundation (ALCF) and Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc., collaborated this year to brighten lung cancer patients’ holiday season through the “Bring Hope Home for the Holidays” partnership.
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On Demand Webinar: Creating a Culture of Caring
Creating a Culture of Caring describes Dr. Awdish's personal transformation from critical care physician to critically ill patient and describe how the events surrounding her near death changed her understanding of the culture of medicine and lead her to alter the course of her institution.
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Improving patient adherence through data-driven insights
A McKinsey study points to areas pharmaceutical companies can address to combat this long-standing industry issue.
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Patient Empowerment through eSolutions
What exactly are eSolutions in the context of healthcare delivery? Over the past few years, eSolutions have become more widely deployed in clinical trials, for health service delivery and health management.
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