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Early experiences with patient generated health data: health system and patient perspectives.

Although patient generated health data (PGHD) has stimulated excitement about its potential to increase patient engagement and to offer clinicians new insights into patient health status, we know little about these efforts at scale and whether they align with patient preferences. This study sought to characterize provider-led PGHD approaches, assess whether they aligned with patient preferences, and identify challenges to scale and impact.


DOES SURVEILLANCE-DETECTED DISEASE PROGRESSION YIELD SUPERIOR PATIENT OUTCOMES IN HIGH-GRADE GLIOMA?

Sustaining the commitment to patient safety huddles: insights from eight acute hospital ward teams.

A recent initiative in hospital settings is the patient safety huddle (PSH): a brief multidisciplinary meeting held to highlight patient safety issues and actions to mitigate identified risks.


The Patient's Role in Patient Safety.

Keeping patients safe while they receive medical care is essential. Yet current systems designed to ensure patient safety are not enough, because medical error is the third leading cause of preventable deaths in the United States. Clinicians can partner with the patient to enhance patient safety. Pulse Center for Patient Safety proposes patient- and family-driven processes designed to improve a patient's chances of avoiding harm. This article discusses highlights of the role of patient safety through a gras...

CORR Insights®: Do Patient Sociodemographic Factors Impact the PROMIS Scores Meeting the Patient-Acceptable Symptom State at the Initial Point of Care in Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Patients?

Gynecologic Surgical Outcomes Through the Patient's Eyes: Are Physicians Looking in the Same Direction?

Patient-centered care integrates the highest clinical standards with patient preferences surrounding their treatment. Increasing focus is being placed on the identification of patient-centered outcomes to optimize the impact of medical treatments on patient quality of life, as defined by patients themselves.

Fifteen Years' Use of Patient-Reported Outcome Measures at the Group and Patient Levels: Trend Analysis.

Since 2004, we have collected patient-reported outcome (PRO) data from several Danish patient populations for use at the group and patient levels.

Relationships between dental hygienists' work environment and patient safety culture.

Patient safety culture is a core factor in increasing patient safety, is related to the quality of medical service, and can lower the risk of patient safety accidents. However, in dentistry, research has previously focused mostly on reporting of patient safety accidents. Dental professionals' patient safety culture must therefore first be assessed, and related factors analyzed to improve patient safety.

Patient-centered elective egg freezing: a binational qualitative study of best practices for women's quality of care.

How can elective egg freezing (EEF) be made patient centered? This study asked women to reflect on their experiences of EEF, which included their insights and recommendations on the optimal delivery of patient-centered care.

Predictors of patient satisfaction following 1- or 2-level anterior cervical discectomy and fusion: insights from the Quality Outcomes Database.

Patient satisfaction with treatment outcome is gaining an increasingly important role in assessing the value of surgical spine care delivery. Nationwide data evaluating the predictors of patient satisfaction in elective cervical spine surgery are lacking. The authors sought to decipher the impacts of the patient, surgical practice, and surgeon on satisfaction with outcome following anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF).

How doctors recognise that their patients are worried: A qualitative study of patient cues.

Recognising patient cues indicating worry is essential for successful reassurance. To obtain more insight into the variety and nature of patient cues that may arise in practice, this study explores doctors' reflections on patient cues they recognise during consultations.

The Role of the Chaplain as a Patient Navigator and Advocate for Patients in the Intensive Care Unit: One Academic Medical Center's Experience.

Effective communication between intensive care unit (ICU) staff, and patients and their families, can help increase understanding, trust, and goals-of-care decisions. Many strategies focus on enhancing communication by increasing family meetings or adding patient navigators. In our ICU, we implemented both strategies, uniquely appointing a chaplain for the patient navigator role. We then surveyed ICU staff on their perceptions of the chaplain/patient navigator, which yielded several valuable insights. Altho...

Emergency department patient experience: Same location, same provider, different scores by different survey methods.

Recent findings on emergency department (ED) patient experience surveys and concerns for the low response rates challenge the quality and reliability of the survey reports. We assessed the consistency of an ED patient experience survey report and identified the effects of patient demographics on ED patient experiences.

Whose Patient Is This? A Scoping Review of Patient Ownership.

The scope of a physician's responsibility toward his/her patients is becoming increasingly complicated to delimit as interdisciplinary care delivery and degrees of subspecialization increase. Patients can easily be lost across multiple transitions involved in care. Preparing learners to engage in safe and responsible patient care requires that we be clear about the parameters of patient ownership. This scoping review (1) explores and synthesizes definitions of patient ownership and (2) describes the factors...

Capturing the patient voice: implementing patient-reported outcomes across the health system.

Supporting the capture and use of patient-reported outcomes (PROs) at the point-of-care enriches information about important clinical and quality of life outcomes. Yet the ability to scale PROs across healthcare systems has been limited by knowledge gaps around how to manage the diversity of PRO uses and leverage health information technology. In this study, we report learnings and practice insights from UW Medicine's practice transformation efforts to incorporate patient voice into multiple areas of care.

Beyond satisfaction scores: exploring emotionally adverse patient experiences.

Although improving the average patient experience is at the center of recent efforts to make cancer care more patient centered, extreme experiences may be more informative for quality improvement. Little is known about the most deeply dissatisfying experiences that predispose disengagement and negatively influence patient outcomes. We sought to establish a framework for emotionally adverse patient experiences and identify the range of common causes.

The effect of the choice of patient model on the performance of in vivo 3D EPID dosimetry to detect variations in patient position and anatomy.

in vivo EPID dosimetry is meant to trigger on relevant differences between delivered and planned dose distributions and should therefore be sensitive to changes in patient position and patient anatomy. 3D EPID back-projection algorithms can use either the planning CT or the daily patient anatomy as patient model for dose reconstruction. The purpose of this study is to quantify the effect of the choice of patient model on the performance of in vivo 3D EPID dosimetry to detect patient-related variations.

QSEN Safety Competency: The Key Ingredient Is Just Culture.

Patient safety is a familiar and long-standing competency for nurses. Effective error gap analysis is necessary to improving patient safety. Recent updates in patient safety emphasize just culture as vital to improving patient safety. This article explores how just culture has expanded the understanding of patient safety and offers some take-away tips for nurses. [J Contin Educ Nurs. 2019;50(10):444-447.].

Advancing the Use of Patient Preference Information as Scientific Evidence in Medical Product Evaluation: A Summary Report of the Patient Preference Workshop.

Patient perspectives on the process and outcomes of psychiatric genetic counseling: An "Empowering Encounter".

Genetic counseling (GC) for individuals with mental illness (MI) has been shown to improve patient outcomes, such as increased empowerment and self-efficacy. However, we do not understand how the process of GC results in these improvements or what aspects of the process are critical. In this qualitative study, we explored the process and outcome of psychiatric GC from the patient's perspective. Ten Canadian adults with a diagnosed MI were interviewed prior to, and 1 month following, psychiatric GC. Intervi...

Patient values regarding overlapping surgery: Identification of distinct patient subgroups.

To explore patient values associated with their comfort level with surgical trainees and attending surgeon absence from the operating room.

Chaperone Use in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Outpatient Clinics: The Patient Perspective.

Patient perspectives on chaperone use during examinations, especially in surgical subspecialties, are understudied. We aimed to identify specific patient cohorts that desire the presence of chaperones and compare patient and surgeon perspectives, all in an effort to improve quality of care.

Factors affecting patient flow in a neurosurgery department.

Patient flow is the process by which movement of patients and clinical productivity is achieved. The objectives of this study were to implement and evaluate the NHS Improvement SAFER patient flow bundle, evaluate the impact of the Red2Green initiative, and assess the impact of frailty on patient flow.

Technology and Humanity.

New technologies have brought immeasurable benefits to medicine. They have also altered our patients' experiences and our role as providers in significant ways. To give you an example, my patient sessions often start with me madly clicking away in the electronic health record, trying to reconcile three duplicate instances of the same medication in the patient's chart. After that maze, a series of pop-up boxes flash alerts to query the patient about weight, smoking, depression, and pain. I am now clicking as...

Training patients to review scientific reports for the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute: an observational study.

The peer review of completed Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) funded research includes reviews from patient reviewers (patients, caregivers, and patient advocates). Very little is known about how best to support these reviewers in writing helpful comments from a patient-centred perspective. This study aimed to evaluate the effect of a new training in peer review for patient reviewers.


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