CHICAGO, May 3, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- On Wednesday, May 3, the Center for Healthcare
This paper focuses on examining healthcare value based on the insights and ideas from CHI's Healthcare Executive Roundtable on 10/13/16 in New York City and other key trends and market forces. The roundtable identified specific ways in which healthcare stakeholders can enhance patient engagement, such as building relationships based on mutual trust and open communication with patients. Additionally, this research explores how patients can optimize their degree of engaging healthcare professionals. Furthermore, the research postulates that healthcare organizations (HCOs) that partner with patients, leverage existing health technologies, and draw on external experiences will create environments that engage the patient to be a good steward in managing their health.
This white paper attempts to:
As the healthcare landscape transitions to a more consumer-driven and patient-centric model, organizations must adapt to this changing ecosystem. This white paper aims to not only outline the connection between patient engagement and value but also to identify actionable strategies which stakeholders can benchmark their organizational alignment.
"Today's healthcare landscape is characterized by patients who are more informed and invested in their own health and wellbeing, and patients need to be at the forefront of defining and understanding how to maximize value," said Joseph Gaspero, CEO of CHI. "And this research aims to explore new and novel ways in which all stakeholders can optimize engagement to drive value for the patient."
Download the white paper at http://www.chisite.org/research/pe-healthcarevalue-whitepaper.
About Center for Healthcare Innovation (CHI)CHI is an independent, 501(c)(3) non-profit research and educational institute that helps patients and providers increase their knowledge and understanding of the opportunities and challenges of maximizing healthcare value to improve health and quality of life. CHI encourages and enables meaningful and executable innovation that aims to address existing and ensuing healthcare dynamics through communication, education, training, symposia, reports, and research.
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