PX Pulse: Consumer Perspectives on Patient Experience in the U.S. – November 2022
This issue reveals the challenges the healthcare industry faces as the world learns how to operationalize the realities of the pandemic. Specifically, the findings share consumers’ perspective of quality of care and experience in healthcare today.
Quality & Clinical Excellence
‘Making it Meaningful’: Co-designing an intervention to improve medication safety for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds accessing cancer services.
This study reports on the process of using an adapted Experienced-Based Co-Design (EBCD) conducted with culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) consumers and cancer service staff to co-design the novel ‘Making it Meaningful’(MiM) instrument at a cancer service in Australia. Multi-source experiential and contextual information was gathered in phase 1 of the co-design and this evidence,Learn more
Culture & Leadership | Policy & Measurement | Staff & Provider Engagement
Promoting Anti-Racism and Supporting Staff through Policy
2pm ET / 1pm CT / 12pm MT / 11am PT – Mount Sinai deepened its commitment to equity and began a journey towards anti-racism in 2020. As part of this effort a diverse group of colleagues responded to a call for action from the staff to create a policy that clearly defines how toLearn more
Culture & Leadership | Staff & Provider Engagement
Volunteer Services + Patient Experience = A Winning Team
Volunteers do a lot to improve services for our patients but in the past patient experience and volunteer teams have worked independently. This webinar will discuss the importance of building stronger relationships between these two teams and showcase how Sharp Grossmont Hospital documents and quantifies volunteer activities. Learning Objectives – Identify how volunteer programs canLearn more