Culture & Leadership

Patient Centered Responsiveness

Megan Hirsch and Nicole Iarrobino, Sr. Project Administrator’s at The John Hopkins Hospital, offers guidelines to achieving patient centered responsiveness, which is the ability of an organization to thoroughly and and compassionately respond to the specific concerns of a patient in a timely manner. By responding to concerns in a thoughtful, caring, and timely way, organizations can improve the patient experience and foster a culture of mutual respect with the patients they serve.