How an engaged patient with extensive and complex health care needs "flipped" care from the clinic to home after moving to a new city.
Research shows that patients who are actively involved in their health care have better outcomes. This toolkit is designed to help health care providers, clinic staff, and management understand why patient engagement is so important and how to better engage patients in their own health care.
This roadmap developed by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation and American Institutes for Research is full of specific recommendations.
Breakthrough research on getting patients to sign up for portals in the Sept-Oct edition of the Annals of Family Medicine.
23 minute podcast discussion between Phil Deering of REACH and Deb Boehm, NP.
21 minute podcast discussion between Phil Deering of REACH and Dr. Chris Tashjian.
27 minute podcast discussion between Phil Deering of REACH and Dr. Jeffeory White.
Get some great ideas to make your practice more patient-friendly with this video from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
The American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing Patient Education Tool Kit showcases a list of Health Literacy resources.
This thoughtful JAMA Viewpoint article points out how employing patient engagement strategies like motivational interviewing can help resolve the paradox of making physicians responsible for patient behaviors.
The Center for Health Care Strategies conducted a series of focus groups to understand how digital tools help patients.
Asynchronous virtual visits for patients with chronic medical conditions are an effective way to evaluate and manage patients.
A blog from the Society for Participatory Medicine.
Posts from HIMSS on the topic of Patient Engagement.
Patients and experts explore what it takes to find good health care and make the most of it.
Evidence-based insights for improving the way physicians and patients communicate and engage with one another.
HealthIT.gov has a page aimed at helping patients understand the eHealth tools they can use to improve their health care.
The Society for Participatory Medicine is a not-for-profit organization devoted to promoting the concept of participatory medicine.
e-Patient Dave posts regular updates about Patient Engagement at his blog.
A place where art, medicine, social media and pop-culture collide and create a patient voice in health information technology.