Tag Archives: patient centered

Forgotten Patients

Blog post by Joe Babaian Hi, I exist.     ~ Said by anyone overlooked, if they could only find their voice During this ongoing pandemic, we’re all seeing the significant impacts on healthcare, including changing methods of delivery. As telehealth shows a vigorous ascendancy, in-person clinical care walks the tremulous line of reconsidering the value (or […]

Healthcare Social Movement – Impact and Necessity

Blog post by Colin Hung This week I have the privilege and honor of attending my second Cinderblocks event in Grantsville MD. #Cinderblocks3 is organized by Regina Holliday @ReginaHolliday – the amazingly talented ball of energy who not only started #TheWalkingGallery, but also advocates nationally for patients to be included in healthcare and locally for […]

Radiology + Patient & Family-Centered Care

Blog post by James V. Rawson, MD, FACR. Intro by Colin Hung. I am in constant awe of the fantastic people I have met through social media. Never in my wildest dreams could I have imagined the friends and colleagues that I have gotten to know simply because I choose to send out missives in […]

The Connected Cancer Patient: Future Vision and Recommendations

Blog post by Janet Freeman-Daily, Corrie Painter, and Stacey Tinianov The March 14 #HCLDR Chat “Data Sharing for Research & Care” was so helpful in gathering inputs for the March 26 President’s Cancer Panel (PCP) workshop that the PCP decided they wanted another tweetchat prior to the July 9 workshop.  The PCP 2014-15 workshop series, Connected […]

Do we have patient engagement backwards?

Blog post by Leonard Kish We hear a lot about patient engagement, including from me, but have we been getting it backwards? Patients are looking for answers, they’re looking for advice, it’s just that there is too little access, increasing out of pocket costs and too often little ability to “Do It Yourself”, but DIY […]

Future Thanks

Blog post by Colin Hung It’s that time of year for those that live in the US – time for turkey, stuffing, sweet potatoes, flight delays, football and shopping bargains. It’s Thanksgiving! Given that the next #hcldr chat is just ahead of the day when most of our friends in the US will be heading […]

Platforms for Community-Wide Care Coordination

This week on #hcldr we’re doing something we’ve never done before. On Tuesday October 28th at 8:30pm Eastern (for your local time click here) we will have a panel of guests online with us: Katherine Kim, PhD, MPH, MBA (@kimkater): health informaticist, researcher and Associate Professor at University of California, Davis Charles Boicey, MS, RN-BC, […]

Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) and Behavioral Health Integration

We are honored this week to have Steven Daviss return as our guest on #hcldr. Dr. Daviss was our guest host back in February (Behavioral Health Integration and Hospital Readmissions). Below is the blog he wrote specifically for the chat on Tuesday October 14th at 8:30pm ET (for your local time click here). Blog post […]

Beyond the platitudes: Thorny challenges in delivering patient-centered care.

Blog post by Dr. Michael Fisch The phrase “patient-centered care” is ubiquitous in discussions of healthcare delivery. There are innumerable conceptual models for patient-centered care and even a research institute named the “Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI, http://www.pcori.org)” authorized by Congress to conduct research to provide information about the best available evidence to help […]

Patient Centered Innovation Take 2 – with Michele Longabaugh – April 1 2014

Introduction by Lisa Fields This past Thursday March 27, 2014 Healthcare Leader #HCLDR was honored when we were given the opportunity to partner with @heydavemathews @erikreinertsen @paparish and other healthcare leaders from the Health Innovation Lab.  This collaboration all began with a few tweets explaining our vision of a patient not only leading a Grand […]