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Shawn Nason 1h
What is one thing you can do today to make someone's life EASIER? We want to hear your ideas. Let's go out and make life easier for our patients, our customers, our WORLD!
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Patrik Vagenius 43m
: Study by Institute researchers highlight the importance of considering medical costs as women face breast cancer treatment decisions.
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Sandra Zelinsky Sep 19
How would you describe the Standard of Care for where you live? I’m bringing the patient perspective to a GI conference in Panama this Friday & Saturday and would love to hear your thoughts.
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Shelley 7h
Got to have dinner with this badass advocate 💪❤️ Can’t wait for we to take the stage tomorrow at the ⁩ Bringing to decision makers!!!
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Layla Therese Sep 24
What do we do about those people who do not have a support team? Patient Advocate/Nurse/Cancer Survivor Bev Johnson makes a point to be there for patients who are struggling and have no support system.
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Andrew Gallan 8h
just told my daughter her doctor “rarely calls patients back.” He’s very busy she said. What exactly is the Cleveland Clinic way? Dr. Fernandez better call back
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Gemma Lumsdon 6h
Thats Elm C ready for autumn, and introducing our "what matters to me tree", we invite patients, staff and visitors to record whats important
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ReedsBooks 8h
Replying to @LillyStairs
once again a patient highlights what is truly important -- "my first steps into the world of health care imprinted me with the knowledge that individualized, personal care will always be at the heart of good medicine."
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Shazia Parveen Sep 21
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Layla Therese 9h
Voice of the patient; William Osler Health System
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CFHI-FCASS 9h
, Patient Advocate, shares lessons learned from his experience as a caregiver. His final question - what are the small choices we, as individuals, can make to improve healthcare? Think about it.
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Kelsey Flott Sep 23
Great to be - so much exciting dialogue about and ideas from around the world
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Irma Rastegayeva 32m
👉Why organizations should prioritize real-time location tracking : “Improved resource & staff management can & care.” 👉 is using to improve &a.
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Layla Therese 7h
PhotoVoice program at lets patients explore photography to change the language that surrounds them from "addict" to "artist".
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Patient Critical Co-op 9h
'What small choices can we, as individuals, make to improve ' asks at . *Everyone* has a role to play in modelling behavior & creating conditions where people feel able to advocate for themselves.
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Layla Therese 3h
Chief rabbi at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center: "We are a place where the temporarily well take care of the temporarily unwell."
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Layla Therese 9h
Patient Experience Measurement systems at William Osler Health System
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Miriam McCarthy 16h
Early start for 2 days of communication facilitator workshop feedback; v excited about these plans. Listening & responding to on a train.
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Andy Ridgway Sep 19
Hi twitter - does anyone know of any good lists of words commonly used in the medical profession and misunderstood/not understood at all by patients? eg chronic and acute - would like one for a session I'm running with healthcare students
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Critical Care 9h
Continuing to shine at the Annual Member's Meeting 2018. Proud to represent the amazing new organisation, delivering safe, high quality patient care
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