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Lisa Miller 11h
Don’t underestimate the importance of measuring patient satisfaction at your hospital.
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John Wall Nov 13
The today launched a Patient Advocacy Service that will assist those wishing to make a complaint about their experience of the . Welcomed as current system is both cumbersome & difficult for most to navigate.
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PracticeCoach Nov 13
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The Chronic Theory ♿️ Nov 6
It can be difficult for people to express multiple symptoms to a doctor in a limited time. We have to anticipate nervousness (masquerading as anxiety) when trying to communicate symptoms. Especially post negative interactions with HC professionals
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SE Healthcare 13h
Learn why improving the patient experience benefits both patients and providers
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Alexia Charnley 12h
Today and I welcomed our new PALS volunteer to the team. Bringing new skills, experience and perspectives to the what, when, how and why of what we do
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UX Healthcare 1h
Amsterdam. We have some fantastic papers submitted already. You still have time to submit your papers.
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PracticeCoach Nov 12
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AnneLenaS 2h
Thinking of getting one of our gossip ward staff to do something similar for our own !
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Ashley Cloud 15h
"No Spin Live – The Aesthetic Society Leads with the Patient App"
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Medimojo Nov 8
How Personalization is improving Patient Engagement??
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Michele Gaca 3h
Thank you Richard Stratton for sharing your story; your Melb'born' jaw joint journey & how a body part has improved .
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MSK assist 24h
Always love a compliment! Great to see patients appreciating the hard work of their and we're also happy to know that our work is also helping.
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eVideon Healthcare Nov 12
At least there's *one* way to make hospital food better. Digital meal ordering! 🥞 🥗 🍽️
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Brian Wilkinson Nov 13
“I felt like I was hardly seeing anyone” - the patient experience of - loneliness, confusion, delay, pain. Poor hygiene. “All you want to do is get out and go home”. Need to improve and and most of all,
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🦋Kerry Wong ~ Float Like a Buttahfly 12h
I don't remember which doctor/treatment that was, but the doctor's response is the pervasive attitude of too many medical professionals today: the patient's experience doesn't matter, only the lab report. This has to change. ~🦋
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Tom Howson 24h
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Ameet Vaghela Nov 13
Thank you felt so good to share my work on what matters most to patients about their inhalers
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Emily Abell 5h
Front desk lady: friendly chat, good rapport. Nurse: friendly chat, good rapport. Doctor: combative b/c of my -checks notes- claims of illness!?! Random lady in the stairway: friendly chat, good rapport, genuinely cares about me. So. Tired. Of. This.
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SAGE Clinical Med 6h
Interested in becoming a Journal of Patient Experience author? Please review the submission guidelines and submit your paper!
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